Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form is inviting GCSE students to come and find out what it’s like to study at the UK’s first maths and science specialist sixth form.
- Read MorePublished 07/11/18
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A Sir Isaac Newton sixth former has scooped first place in a national competition inspired by the poetry of World War II.
- Read MorePublished 01/11/18
Two high-flying Sir Isaac Newton students who went on to study at Oxbridge have shared their experiences of life at the country’s top two universities.
- Read MorePublished 19/10/18
The next generation of scientists are set to be inspired with a week of hands-on activities and events hosted by Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form as part of Norwich Science Festival.
- Read MorePublished 16/08/18
A record number of top university places crown this year's A Level results.
- Read MorePublished 07/08/18
Two Inspiration Trust schools have been cited as among the reasons for Norwich being named one of the top 12 cities to live in the UK.
- Read MorePublished 16/07/18
The next generation of female scientists have been inspired by an event celebrating women's achievements in the STEM sector.
- Read MorePublished 08/06/18
Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form has been officially ranked as one of the country's best schools with the award of Ofsted's top judgement.
- Read MorePublished 05/06/18
A team of keen skiers from Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form put in a cool performance at an inter-school dry slope competition.
- Read MorePublished 27/03/18
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 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.
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