Students from East Point Academy explored careers in nursing and healthcare as they visited one of the region’s leading hospitals.
- Read MorePublished 10/06/19
- Read MorePublished 20/05/19
East Point’s young scientists explored the future of power in a visit to a major nuclear power plant.
- Read MorePublished 17/05/19
Students at East Point Academy ended the week on a high note with a special performance by a live orchestra.
- Read MorePublished 09/05/19
GCSE students from East Point Academy multiplied their maths knowledge at a weekend study camp in a country house.
- Read MorePublished 08/05/19
Young athletes from East Point Academy came together with more than 600 students from across Norfolk and Suffolk in a day of sporting celebration.
- Read MorePublished 24/04/19
Students from East Point Academy were rewarded for their commitment to extracurricular clubs with a special trip to watch England win at Wembley.
- Read MorePublished 05/04/19
A weekend maths retreat at a country house proved a winning formula for GCSE students at East Point Academy.
- Read MorePublished 04/04/19
East Point Academy has received a gold award for the support it gives to young carers.
- Read MorePublished 22/03/19
Former students of East Point Academy are invited to give something back to the school by motivating and inspiring current students through the school's new alumni network.
- Read MorePublished 18/03/19
Bright sparks at East Point Academy and Lowestoft primary schools were inspired by a week of hands-on fun as a science and engineering roadshow visited the school.
- Read MorePublished 11/03/19
Two East Point Academy students have been praised for their work in dance and design as they picked up the top prizes at a youth awards ceremony.
- Read MorePublished 07/03/19
Parents of children joining East Point Academy in September are invited to find out more about the transition to secondary school at our information evenings.
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