Year 7 students from Jane Austen College brought their Latin studies to life with a Roman day at Norwich Castle in December.
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- Read MorePublished 11/01/18
- 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.
- Read MorePublished 14/12/17
It was far from a silent night in Norwich city centre when a flashmob of Jane Austen students broke into a festive song and dance on Wednesday, December 13.
- Read MorePublished 05/12/17
Jane Austen College has announced details of the last day of term before the Christmas holidays.
- Read MorePublished 28/11/17
A young author from Jane Austen College celebrated her publishing debut with an exclusive tour of a national newspaper after scooping second place in a prestigious writing competition.
- Read MorePublished 27/11/17
Art students at Jane Austen College brushed up on their creative skills, and had a taster of university life, in an inspiring day of workshops.
- Read MorePublished 09/11/17
Students at Jane Austen College have a great reason to curl up with a good book as the nights draw in - to raise money to send books to sick children.
- Read MorePublished 08/11/17
Jane Austen College’s students are set to strut their stuff in a fantastic fundraising show for Children In Need.
- Read MorePublished 19/10/17
Young hockey players from schools in Norfolk and Suffolk have been coached by one of the British Olympic team’s star players.
- Read MorePublished 12/10/17
City councillors have approved plans for a new sports hall to be used by Jane Austen students.
- Read MorePublished 18/09/17
Talented hockey players from across the Inspiration Trust’s schools have been officially accredited as young leaders in the sport.
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