Two young biologists from a Norwich school are branching out of the classroom to take part in a prestigious summer school run by one of the region’s major scientific organisations.
- Read MorePublished 12/03/18
- Read MorePublished 08/03/18
The Hewett Academy has welcomed pupils from nearby primary schools for a day of water-based competition and fun in its feeder school swimming gala.
- Read MorePublished 06/03/18
The Hewett Academy celebrated World Book Day with a library-load of literary fun on Monday, March 5 - after heavy snow scuppered its plans for the previous week.
- Read MorePublished 28/02/18
Students and their families are invited to come and find out how The Hewett Academy supports student wellbeing at a special event this month.
- Read MorePublished 08/02/18
A Norwich maths teacher and his students have raised over a thousand pounds to fight cancer with a whole-school fun run.
- Read MorePublished 05/02/18
Students from Norwich schools are set to make the city a better place by tackling the issues stopping all young people from achieving their full potential.
- Read MorePublished 24/01/18
There was no topping it when students from The Hewett Academy enjoyed a slice of Italian cuisine in a pizza-making workshop.
- Read MorePublished 18/01/18
Former students of The Hewett Academy are being invited to give something back to the school by motivating and inspiring current students through the school's new alumni network.
- Read MorePublished 11/01/18
Aspiring athletes from Norwich had the chance to train like Olympians in a trip to one of the country’s top sporting venues.
- Read MorePublished 19/12/17
Students from across Norfolk are being offered free places on a visit to one of the country's top centres of sporting excellence.
- Read MorePublished 18/12/17
Pupils at two Norwich schools got a first glimpse of their new £2m sports centre today with a special visit to mark the beginning of building work.
- Read MorePublished 15/12/17
Pupils, parents, and staff from our schools came together last night for our third annual Christmas service.
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