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Second Year 11 Parents’ Consultation Evening

Following feedback from our parents we have introduced a second Parents’ Consultation Evening for Year 11 pupils to give you a clear picture on your child’s progress and what they need to do in order to fully prepare for their final GCSE examinations.
The event is on Thursday, 4 April 2019 5 – 8 pm, and pupils should attend this important event in school uniform.
For more information please see the letter on our website.

Year 11 Parents’ Consultation Evening

British Science Week 2019

It’s British Science week and our STEM Coordinator Ms Rix has again created a week of wonderful and exciting activities for our pupils to take part in. Lots of them have signed up for experiments, treasure hunts and talks by scientists and engineers. The ever popular water rockets are back, and there will be a science cake competition and judging by last year’s entries we are in for a treat.

Art students visit Tate Modern

For the second time 50 GCSE Art students visited Tate Modern in London on 4 February 2019. They experienced an incredible variety of work, spanning many decades and from a fascinating range of different artists, inspiring them for their own work. They viewed the gallery in small groups, allowing them to follow their interests and develop their confidence. They were a credit to their school; on the way home they were buzzing from the experience.
Thanks you to Miss Dobson and Mrs Dougherty for organising the trip and to Lucy for taking such great pictures.

Creative music-making

On 24 January 2019 we had the great pleasure of having Aldeburgh Young Musicians with us for an all day workshop. Pupils from Lynn Grove and Caister worked in 3 groups on an improvsed piece of music which they performed in the afternoon. Their hard work payed off as the result was absolutely fantastic. Great to hear music made in a group without the help of sheet music but inspired by great music educators.

Battling the elements

On 22 January 2019 we had 5 of our Cross Country qualifiers running at Langley School (Loddon) in the Norfolk Cross Country Championships 2019. They had all worked really hard in the build up to this event and ran despite the freezing conditions. All showed great endeavor and grit amongst some exceptionally strong athletes. Well done Sophie, Milly, Nathan, Cameron and Ellie.

Happy New Year 2019

The new Year ist still very fresh as we welcome back our pupils on 3 January 2018. We are looking forward to an exciting new term that will take us to Easter.

Invitation to our Carol Service

The staff and pupils of CET schools, Lynn Grove Academy, Caister Academy, Woodlands Primary Academy and Wroughton Junior and Infant Academies would like to invite you to their annual Carol Service on Thursday, 13 December 2018 7pm at Great Yarmouth Minster. Enjoy wonderful singing and readings in the candle-lit Minster from pupils and their teachers.

Year 7 Clubs Fair

Year 7 pupils recently had the chance to find out about all the exciting clubs and extra-curricular opportunities available here. There are lots of different activities available and pupils were enthusiastic signing up to a number of opportunities which will help them to find out what they are good at. Thank you to the Senior Prefects for helping to organise the event. Great to see so many sign-ups; we hope everyone enjoys joining in.
A list of all extra-curricular activities is available on this page.

Don’t Go Down

We were very excited when we heard that Violet and Stuart in Year 9 had won the Creative Education Trust Creative Writing prize as a result of their excellent performance in the London final of the competition. Their prize was to see their script filmed by a professional team here a Lynn Grove. Their friends agreed to take a starring role and you can watch the film here or on the Trust’s YouTube channel.

Watch on Youtube

GCSE Results Day 2018

Well done to the year 11 pupils who collected their GCSE results on Thursday, 23 August 2018. We are very delighted for you and we could tell that you were pleased with your achievements. The class of 2018 achieved some great results in English with 82% achieving a pass at grade 4 and above and 60% achieving a pass in Maths at grade 4 and above. Well done too for the excellent achievement in wide range of subjects; creative, academic and vocational. Hard work paid off and as a result more pupils than ever achieved the very top grades with a record number of grade 7 8 and 9 in the bag. We wish all year 11 pupils the very best for the future and look forward to hearing about their achievements in the next stage.