Great Yarmouth Charter Academy is well-known for its open door policy towards visitors - but it had an extra special visitor for the end of spring term.
News from Great Yarmouth Charter Academy
- Read MorePublished 04/04/19
- Read MorePublished 22/03/19
Pupils taking their GCSEs this summer can get an extra boost over Easter with a series of revision sessions.
- Read MorePublished 04/03/19
Great Yarmouth Charter Academy pupils have helped secure a life-saving piece of equipment for the local community.
- Read MorePublished 28/02/19
All Great Yarmouth Charter Academy pupils will come together on a single site in April, under proposals announced today.
- Read MorePublished 20/02/19
Pupils at a Great Yarmouth Charter Academy have raised thousands of pounds to help children facing life-ending medical conditions.
- Read MorePublished 05/02/19
The team to defend Great Yarmouth Charter's debating crown has been selected after a series of heats, judged by seasoned councillors.
- Read MorePublished 23/01/19
Year 10 pupils from Great Yarmouth Charter will be putting their hearts in to a special show in February.
- Read MorePublished 16/01/19
Year 9 and 10 parents can get an update on their child's progress at our parents’ evening on Monday, January 28.
- 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 13/12/18
The daily timetable at Great Yarmouth Charter Academy's Salisbury Road site is changing after the Christmas break.
- Read MorePublished 23/11/18
A pupil from Great Yarmouth Charter Academy proved that beauty isn’t skin deep as she used her pageant success to raise money for charity.
- Read MorePublished 21/11/18
A Great Yarmouth Charter teacher has hit the headlines after teaming up with an award-winning author on her debut music video.
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