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The Norfolk Art & Design Competition celebrates creative student talent from Sixth Forms and colleges across Norfolk.

Shortlisted work is exhibited at Norwich University of the Arts, with a private view and awards ceremony, followed by a touring exhibition of award winning work at galleries in Kings Lynn and Great Yarmouth (dates below).

This competition is a great opportunity for students to professionally showcase their work at external venues and to enhance their portfolios.

Find out more details online at www.norfolkartdesigncompetition.com.

Entry requirements:

  • Students must currently be studying in sixth form or college within Norfolk
  • There is a maximum of one entry per student
  • The competition is open to all mediums

The 6th form taster day was a real success. Nearly all our year 11 students, and around 20 external candidates, enjoyed a flavour of what life could be like in Sprowston 6th form. Don't forget to sign up now on the 'Help you Choose' website.

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If you would like to participate in our sixth form taster day please download the application form and choose the subjects you would like to have and experience of to see what you could be doing in years 12 and 13.

We believe passionately in striving to provide the highest quality education in a stimulation and challenging environment. We aim to offer quality information, care and guidance through our supportive pastoral system. We are proud to offer talented and highly enthusiastic Sixth Form subject teachers and a wide range of subjects available at A-Level.

Our Open Evening and Taster Day are opportunities to discuss course content with teachers and current students prior to applying for a place.

To assist with your independent study, we have created a reading list for each of the Sixth Form A Level subjects. The full list can be downloaded below.

Universities support and value the EPQ as evidence of a student's ability to use a range of skills that are vital for successful study in higher education. The EPQ:

  • gives students the opportunity to choose their own topic
  • makes students responsible for their own learning and development
  • inspires and motivates students – completing the project gives them greater confidence and a sense of achievement.
  • teaches new skills, such as, independent research, project management, reflection and self-directed learning
  • awards 70 UCAS points for an A*.

 

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