As a school we have high expectations for student’s attitudes to learning and behaviour.
We want all of our students to come to school and experience lessons that are calm, purposeful and challenging and where they are motivated to achieve.
All students in our school deserve the chance to learn and to make the progress they are capable of.
Our expectations include the following.
On Wednesday 11th July, we had the privilege of visiting Cecil Gowing Infant School. We planned for them to have a magical teddy bears’ picnic.
We really enjoyed spending time with the children, getting to know them and sharing the lovely experience with them. We really did enjoy planning this event for the children and were so impressed with their manners and kindness towards us and each other.
Thank you for a lovely afternoon.
Welcome to a year in pictures at Sprowston Community Academy.
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We have great pleasure celebrating the achievement of two students, Emily Grover and Connor Stout who successfully entered work into the The Norfolk Art & Design Competition 2018.
The Competition celebrates creative student talent from sixth forms and colleges across Norfolk.
Congratulations to all pupils nominated for Star of the Week for the Summer 2 Term, 2018.
The nominations were made by the teachers and members of staff for exceptional effort, attitude, work or progress. These names will be entered into a half term draw to win vouchers.
Well done and keep up these excellent standards
I travelled across to Drachten in the Netherlands on Wednesday 27th June. I left Norwich at 6am and travelled by coach and ferry, arriving at 10pm. We camped outside the sportshall in tents and slept on army beds which I found reasonably comfortable!
Thursday consisted of the official opening ceremony where teams were in two minds whether to run onto the pitch or walk when their names were announced. England walked on whereas Catalonia ran on. Afterwards, all the countries took part in a joint training session which was led by an experienced Netherlands coach who taught us some important skills needed to play Korfball.
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:
A group of 23 Year 9 students took park in Discover Your Voice debate training on Friday 29th June. These keen talkers had a series of morning activities to help their reasoning, providing evidence to back up a point and listening and response skills. This included playing Ma Ma Moo Election, a game where you have to get elected varying tone and pitch but only using the words ‘Ma, Ma, Moo’! It’s amazing how much you can convey using pitch, tone and body language!
We learnt about the Extended Mace format for debating and in the afternoon had a chance to put our skills into practice! There were two motions:
Doddle provides a comprehensive range of engaging online teaching, homework and assessment resources, to support learning and progress across the secondary curriculum in a range of subjects. It allows staff to assign varied resources to support classroom learning (presentations, audio, animations and revision materials), interactive presentations and self-marking quizzes to instantly assess understanding, and a secure and straightforward platform for teachers to assign any homework task.
Here at Sprowston Community Academy we have so much to offer and celebrate within the school. We post a number of articles on the school website but there is a wealth of information to be found in our numerous twitter feeds. Below we have listed the individual accounts and link to them.
|Design & Tech||https://twitter.com/@schs_dandt|
|PE & Sports||https://twitter.com/@SprowstonPE|
|RS/Phil. & Eth.||https://twitter.com/SCHS_RS|