Education in our area
Archbishop Sancroft High School
High School in Harleston is a successful and progressive Church of England High School where everyone thrives. We are a distinctive learning community where students are at the centre of everything.
Our emphasis is on educating the whole person. We provide an exciting and
broad curriculum with
dedicated support to enable students to identify and
develop their skills and
talents. The school provides high quality and inspirational teaching in an environment where everyone is challenged to achieve ambitious goals. Outstanding pastoral care ensures that every student is known individually and nurtured within our caring Christian community.
Students leave the school equipped with the skills, belief and confidence they need to succeed in their chosen path; from ASHS to anywhere!
Sixth Form at Saint Felix
SIXTH Form in an inspirational environment – it could be more affordable than you think. Saint Felix, Southwold is an independent co-educational day and boarding school for pupils aged 2 – 18. Sixth Form students benefit from small teaching
pastoral care and the extensive range of extracurricular and enrichment activities on offer. We offer bespoke Oxbridge preparation, and the majority of our students achieve places at their first-choice university. 2018 saw a 100% pass rate across 18 A Level subjects. 70% of students live within 15 miles of the school with transport offered across Suffolk and South Norfolk.
Easton & Otley College
EASTON & Otley College are a land-based college with campuses in Easton and also Otley,
We work closely with local schools and industry to identify skills gaps & career opportunities and match these to the courses offered by the college.
known for further education we also offer a selection of excellent degree programmes and are well-respected Apprenticeship provider. In addition to our land-based courses we also offer sports, engineering, construction, equine and animal courses at all levels.
If you’d like to find
out more about the college you can visit our website, call 08000 224556 or come along to our next Course Advice Day on Saturday 6th April 9am-12pm.
East Anglian Inter-Club 2019 SEVERAL students from
Bungay High School took part in the East Anglian Inter- Club Taekwondo Tournament held in Northampton over half term and came back with a good haul of medals. Henry Rush (Year 12) won double gold for sparring and patterns whilst Frankie Howells (Year 11) won a gold for patterns and silver for sparring in his division. Benjamin Burden (Year 8) narrowly missed out on the medals in the junior black belt category whilst his brother Jacob (Year 11) helped referee throughout the day, Christian Everett (Year 11) also got eliminated in the junior black belt patterns after coming up against a member of the England Squad! Other members of the club that train at the High School on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays also competed well
with Jade Howgate getting bronze for sparring and destruction in the adult female black belt section whilst her son Jayden (Bungay Primary) gained a silver for sparring in the junior black belts. Lewis Flatt (Earsham Primary) fought for a well-deserved bronze in his tough pee wee sparring category. Barbara Mazza from Beccles won bronze for patterns and silver for destruction to round off a successful haul. Now is a brilliant time of year to start this dynamic martial art and new students are welcome from all ages both male and female to come along and gain self defense and fitness ready for summer, for
further details please contact Clinton Gillett (5th Dan) at Bungay High School on 01986 892140.
THE spring term is flying by here at ASHS as we explore the values of ‘Thankfulness’ and ‘Wisdom’. Our Year 9 students are off to the Norfolk Show ground
Archbishop Sancroft High School to take part
in the Norfolk
Skills and Careers Festival – an interactive event designed to inspire and demonstrate the different options available to our students after ASHS. Half term saw a group students
of in Italy for
to Pila trip
alongside some students from Stradbroke High School. They had a fantastic time and we were very proud of how well they represented ASHS. We are also incredibly
proud that five of our Year 10 students have launched their own Radio Show on Saturday evening (5pm-7pm on Park Radio 105.2 and 107.6 FM) this week. They will be hosting the show for the next 13 weeks, discussing a range of topics and current affairs and we strongly recommend you have a listen! #ASHStoAnywhere
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