We are committed towards ensuring that our Year 11s are able to maximise their exam potential and the Year 11 Mock Exams play an key role in supporting this drive.
It has therefore been great to see the countless examples of individual student success highlighted by the results and I would like to thank the Year 11 students for the effort towards these exams.
With the new 1-9 grading system in place, a grade 5 denotes what is nationally being considered as a 'Strong Pass'.
I would therefore like to offer a special Congratulations to the following Year 11 students who achieved a Grade 5 or above in all of their Mock Exams.
On Thursday 18th January we had some more visitors from Sprowston Junior Year 6.
More fun and learning in the Science Department, this time with Dr Leeder at the helm.
Another enjoyable and informative session.
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Another addition to our list of super-stars on the YR7 notice board. Erin's report on the Battle of Hastings was a really fantastic piece of work.
A very promising young historian!
I was pleased to be able to give her a certificate and prize for her efforts. Well done Erin!
On Wednesday 10th January, a group of Year 6s from Sprowston Junior School came on a visit to work with Miss Leverington in our Science Department. They had a fun and informative practical session based on light - how light travels, reflection and how we can split white light into different colours.
We look forward to seeing more Year 6s from Sprowston Junior next week.
We would like to share some important information regarding the support offered to Year 11 students as well as an outline of the revision and preparation for each subject; designed to maximise individual success.
Please open the attachments for more information on the following.
It was great to meet the students this morning who have received over 30 achievement points already in Year 7. They have each received a 'Silver Award' and a prize to reward the effort they are putting into lessons.
A really impressive group of students.
It was lovely to see so many of our past Year 13 students and parents at our Prize Winners Awards Evening. One of my favourite parts of this job is when students are at the end of their school career and we have seen them change and grow into young adults. More so at Sixth Form level, when you know what exciting opportunities at university and in the world of work they have left to do. I thoroughly enjoyed hearing about what you’ve been up to. A complete photo gallery can be found at the bottom of this article.
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