Interview with Margaret Atwood

Posted on 07 Dec 2018
We are excited to present the full interview with The Handmaid’s Tale’s writer Margaret Atwood conducted by our Young Ambassadors earlier in the year. The interview covers everything from how Margaret started writing, why her novels tackle such challenging subjects and her top five tips for new writers. This is the link to the full interview with the writer Margaret Atwood.    


Posted on 22 Nov 2018
On Wednesday 4 November, Year 12 students had a visit from the Norfolk Emergency Response Unit to demonstrate their ‘#IMPACT’ campaign, to keep young drivers safe and advise them to be cautious when driving.  It is an important time for the Year 12 students as many of them are preparing to drive, take lessons and some even pass their tests.  Students were first taken into the hall to have a short presentation from PC Harmen about the ‘Fatal 4’.  This talk educated the students about the potentia

Day of the Dead

Posted on 12 Nov 2018
Year 8 students have been learning about the Day of the Dead (El día de los muertos) in Spanish lessons. El día de los muertos is a Mexican holiday when families and friends gather together to pray for and remember those who have died, and help support their spiritual journey. A Year 8 student spent her weekend crafting an amazing cake similar to the sugar skull that is the most familiar symbol of the Day of the Dead.

Brundall Parkrun

Posted on 29 Oct 2018
Parkrun is a worldwide running phenomena which started 14 years ago with a small collection of running enthusiasts who met up in Bushy Park, West London on a Saturday morning to run 5k together.  They recorded their results and decided to make this a weekly event and gradually attracted more and more runners to this free and friendly event.  With the run starting at 9 am every week without fail, people were free to come one week and never again or to make it part of their weekly routine.  After

Athletics – 2018

Posted on 20 Jul 2018
The school has had a wonderful summer of athletic performance across a variety of formats and year groups.  Overall around 100 students from Years 7-10 have represented the school across seven different competitions with several pupils going on to perform at county and national level as individuals. In recent years, the track and field cup has come to the forefront of our ambitions with qualification for the regional finals the aim of our teams.  The competition involves teams of 12 girls and 14