School news

Singing Futures - A Choir for Young People

Please see attached flyer for the Singing Futures (A Choir for Young People) who are holding a Teddy Bears Party raising money for BBC Children in Need on Saturday 17th November 2018 - see here for more details.

Ofsted - Residence Report


We are pleased to confirm that our Residential Provision maintained its "Outstanding" rating following the most recent joint Ofsted / Social Care inspection undertaken between 19th & 21st September 2018.


The full report can be found here


Ofsted Residential Inspection:

Ofsted will be undertaking an inspection of our residential provision from today (19th September 2018) until Friday 21st September. All parents/carers of pupils who access residence will be sent a letter, by first class post today, setting out how to make comments to Ofsted on our residential provision. If you wish to speak to someone at school about this inspection please call the school office on 01502 565439, thank you



We have two current vacancies which are now open for applications.

Details on our website:



Staff Vacancy


We currently have a vacancy for a team member in our Pupil & Family Support team.


Check out the full details in the Vacancies Section of our website:







Bikeability Training

Well done to all of our pupils who took part in the Key Stage 3 Bikeability programme yesterday. 

Thank you also to Wendy Walpole and Phil Pegg for a fantastic couple of days. @northsuffolksg @MySchoolGames @BikeabilityUK

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Ashley Growers Plant Sale:


From Monday 11th June we will commence our Annual Plant Sale between 1pm and 2.30pm here at the school.

This will continue also on Tuesday (12th June) / Wednesday (13th June) & Thursday (14th June) again between 1pm and 2.30pm.

There is a change to the arrangements this year - we will only be accepting payment on collection: cash or debit/credit cards.

There is a selection of hanging baskets, bedding plants, herbs and more to choose from!

Please pop along to the greenhouse to see the full range.

The Curiosity Project

Thanks to the kind funding of BBC Children in Need, the youth engagement team within Access Community Trust will be supported by local government SCIENTISTS from Cefas Laboratory to deliver a unique learning experience for young people in Lowestoft.

Each session promises to be exciting, engaging and informative whilst focussing on our seaside town, as we specifically target the ages of 10-18 outside of school term. See our poster here

If you require any further details, please do not hesitate to contact me.


Rob Fawcett

Youth Services Coordinator

access community trust


Appeal - Coloured Bottle Tops


We are looking to collect lots and lots of coloured (clean) bottle tops for a major Art project.


If you are able to collect them then please send them into school and ask pupils to drop them off in the Art classroom.


Thank you


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