Welcome to Attleborough Academy Norfolk

Attleborough Principal

Attleborough Academy Norfolk (AAN) is an inclusive, friendly and effective learning community with high aspirations and a reputation for innovation. Excellent relationships between students and staff are at the heart of the ethos of the Academy and are often commented on by those who come in to visit.

Neil McShane
Principal

Recent News

Sports Day 2015

Another huge victory for Boudicca House in both Junior and Senior events, along with a first Sixth Form competition made this years' Sports Day a fantastic way to end the term! Watch the video!

Academy Times: Summer 2015

A bumper issue for the last term and a look back at some of the highlights of what has been an busy year for the Academy!

CVC Summer Fete - a memorial to Mr Bartram

This year saw the launch of Community, Volunteering and Charities week, and on Saturday 27 June we opened for a Summer Fete to raise money for the British Heart Foundation and the East Anglian Air Ambulance

As you will be aware we sadly lost our Vice Principal in October Half-term of 2014. Mr Bartram's family chose these charities for us to support and we raised an incredible £2500 on the day!

Academy Times: Autumn 2015

This term the Academy Times is a special edition. It includes many of the moving tributes paid to Mr Bartram who sadly passed away in October. Click here to read the Autumn edition.

We're OnTop!

It's Sunday 8 February and our Year 10 Young Enterprise company have set up their stall at the Norfolk Young Enterprise Trade Fair at the Forum in Norwich. OnTop Headwear are among over fifteen other companies made up of 14-18 year olds selling their products to the general public today. 

New for this year, our GCSE Business Studies students all take part in setting up and running a business of their own design for eight months during Year 10. Paige, the Marketing Director of the company had this to say on the process so far:

What our students say

Attleborough Sixth Form gives me something I value as much as my education, and that is freedom and the responsibility as a Sixth Former to set an example for the main school.

Alex, Sixth Former 2014

It is an amazing community where as students we are given genuine respect and help from teachers. I have had the chance to participate in some brilliant experiences; giving me the opportunity to develop confidence as well as achieve progress in my education.

Poppy, Head Girl 2014

The teachers really want to help, and without them I wouldn't have progressed as much as I have. Nor would I have had the chance to experience some of the amazing places I've been with school.

Emma, Head Girl 2012

Upcoming Events

Teacher Training Day

Mon, 04/01/2016 - 12:00am

Teacher Training Day

Fri, 23/10/2015 - 12:00am

Teacher Training Day

Thu, 22/10/2015 - 5:13pm

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