Students from Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form have explored the booming world of cutting-edge science at an event showcasing the region’s latest research developments.
- Read MorePublished 27/03/18
- Read MorePublished 26/03/18
Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form is making some changes to the school timetable after the Easter holiday.
- 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 05/01/18
Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form has held its first ever reunion for former students, three years after they were the first to complete their A Levels there.
- Read MorePublished 15/12/17
Pupils, parents, and staff from our schools came together last night for our third annual Christmas service.
- Read MorePublished 07/12/17
Former students are invited to catch up with old friends and teachers over drinks and nibbles at Sir Isaac Newton's inaugural alumni reunion evening.
- Read MorePublished 30/11/17
Two of the Inspiration Trust's academies have been highly ranked in the 2018 Times / Sunday Times Parent Power guide.
- Read MorePublished 31/10/17
Students from Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form have seen chemistry in action on an industrial scale during a visit to a major manufacturing plant in Norwich.
- Read MorePublished 04/10/17
Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form is set to share its science, maths, and technology expertise with GCSE students in a series of free workshops.
- Read MorePublished 20/09/17
Two Sir Isaac students have scooped the top prize in a space race after the craft they designed reached a staggering 33,000 metres.
- Read MorePublished 14/09/17
Over 800 Inspiration Trust staff got the new school year off to a pitch-perfect start at a special event to welcome back teachers and support staff after the summer break.
- Read MorePublished 17/08/17
Students at Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form have led a strong year of results for the Inspiration Trust's sixth forms.
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