A Jane Austen College student has notched up another triumph in her successful archery career.
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- Read MorePublished 15/02/19
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A pair of talented musicians at Jane Austen College's sixth form have won places at two of the country's most prestigious music schools.
- Read MorePublished 29/01/19
A Jane Austen College student has spoken out on the radio about issues affecting young women in today’s society.
- Read MorePublished 15/01/19
Students at Jane Austen College are appealing for emergency funds to help refugee camps in a Lebanon valley which has been devastated by flooding.
- Read MorePublished 09/01/19
Tickets are on sale now for Jane Austen College’s monster production of the sci-fi musical Little Shop Of Horrors.
- Read MorePublished 14/12/18
Pupils, staff, and parents from across the Inspiration Trust family of schools came together to celebrate the festive season with an evening of traditional readings and carols.
- Read MorePublished 11/12/18
Kind-hearted students at Jane Austen College have helped make sure families in need won't go hungry this Christmas.
- Read MorePublished 10/12/18
A young dancer from Jane Austen College is set to shine in Norwich’s biggest pantomime this Christmas.
- Read MorePublished 15/11/18
Staff from Jane Austen College have shared their knowledge with teachers at a new school in the Lebanon for Syrian refugees.
- Read MorePublished 06/11/18
Students at Jane Austen College have marked the centenary of the 1918 armistice with a series of events commemorating those who fought in the First World War.
- Read MorePublished 02/11/18
The world's oldest living Test cricketer proved she has plenty of game left in her as she officially opened a Trust sports centre today.
- Read MorePublished 01/11/18
Three worthy causes are hundreds of pounds better off thanks to a fundraising day run by Year 9 pupils at Jane Austen College.
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