Year 11 and Year 12 – London Art and Photography Trip

Posted on 19 Jul 2019
On the 4th July we made our way to London on the train. First stop was to the the Photographer’s Gallery where we were treated to the TPG New Talent and Urban Impulses: Latin American Photography exhibitions. After a picnic in the shade of Leicester Square we made our way to explore the permanent collection and BP Portrait Artist exhibition at the Portrait Gallery. We then headed onto the Royal Academy of the Arts to get lost in the amazing display of artworks from all genres in the Summer

Top Class – Norwich Science Olympiad

Posted on 10 Jul 2019
This competition (Top Class) is part of the Norwich Science Olympiad and runs over several weeks from March up to the Olympiad in July. It comprises matches for whole classes or a combination of classes. The matches take place in schools at convenient times agreed by teachers, and last about half an hour.  The students are allocated ten teams with up to three students in any one team. Each team works at a computer that downloads multiple-choice questions which refer to scientific situations

German Week at Hemblington Primary School

Posted on 09 Jul 2019
Following last year’s successful collaboration, Hemblington Primary School invited us again to participate in their German week.  The event is designed to promote a love of languages and improve the children’s cultural awareness.  A group of Year 8 and Year 12 students worked with children in Years 1-6, teaching them songs in German.  Our students were a credit to the school and really enjoyed the experience of sharing their German knowledge with the younger students.  Here’s

Finance and Business Students in London

Posted on 09 Jul 2019
On Wednesday 3 July 2019 a group of Finance and Business students went to London to attend a series of talks at the London Institute of Banking and Finance and visit the Bank of England Museum. They had the opportunity of taking part in a fun and informative interactive quiz about the Financial Services industry in the UK and were given a taster lecture by the Dean, Peter Hahn, who fascinated them with his stories from previous roles within the sector (he was Managing Director of Citibank and a