Sprowston Community Academy
Cannerby Lane, Sprowston, Norwich, NR7 8NE
Telephone: 01603 485266
For any school queries please contact Ann Burton or to request a paper copy of anything on our website
Academy Trust Head Office
Boudica Schools Trust, Sewell Park Academy, St. Clements Hill, Norwich, NR3 4BX
Telephone: 01603 937 303
Head of School: Liz Wood
Chair of the governing body: Darren Vertigan
Our SENCo is Neil Bugdale, please contact the school office for more details.
Read a statement of our school’s Ethos & Aims
Our application process is detailed in the Boudica Schools Trust admissions policy or at the end of this page.
Our academy admissions procedure is detailed in SCA Admissions procedure.
Our selection and over-subscription criteria is detailed in our SCA Admissions procedure.
Our school’s published admissions number (PAN) is 280 for year 7 and for each subsequent year.
The PAN is the maximum number of pupils that the admission authority will admit to each year group.
Admissions arrangements for disabled students
Details on priority applications
Mid-year application information and process is contained in our SCA Admissions procedure
For sixth form admission arrangements please see our Timeline For Applications page
All Boudica Schools Trust schools are part of the Norfolk County Council in-year coordination scheme.
Further information (including the In-Year Coordination Scheme) can be found at:
For an up to date copy of the admissions policy including admission criteria please see Norfolk Schoolfinder - https://csapps.norfolk.gov.uk/schoolfinder/
Key Stage 4 Results
Progress 8 score : -0.11
Attainment 8 score : 45
Percentage of pupils who have achieved Grade 5 and above in English and Maths GCSEs : 39.9%
EBacc average point score : 3.75
Y11 Student ‘destinations’ (the percentage of students who continue to education, training, or employment) 2018: 95%
Key Stage 5 Results (Age 16-19 : Years 12 and 13)
Progress students have made in English and maths
Progress students have made compared with students across England
KS5 Student ‘retention’ 2018: 96.5% (the percentage of students who get to the end of their study programme)
Y13 Student ‘destinations’ 2016: 94% (the percentage of students who continue to further education, training or employment at the end of 16-19 study)
Our curriculum content for each academic year for all subjects.
A list of the courses available to pupils at KS4, including GCSEs.
To find out more about the curriculum our school is following please see the individual subject pages under the main Subjects page.
How you meet the 16-19 study programme requirements (Key Stage 5)
Statement of British Values.
Our school’s child protection and safeguarding policy can be found on our Policies page.
Our published strategy for the school’s use of pupil premium funding including how much pupil premium funding we received for the current academic year, the main barriers to educational achievement faced by eligible pupils, how we will spend the pupil premium to address those barriers and how we will measure the impact of the pupil premium funding are covered in our SCA Pupil Premium Strategy and Action Plan.
Our Pupil Premium Impact Report details the number of pupil premium students, the income received, progress of those students, a summary of pupil premium spending, together with their attendance and attitudes to learning.
Our Year 7 Numeracy and Literacy Report covers how much Year 7 catch-up premium we received, how we will spend the funding, how we spent the funding last year and the impact of the funding on students’ attainment last year.
Our latest Accessibility Plan can be found on our policies page
Our Single Equality Scheme (SES) and action plan integrates our statutory duties in relation to race, disability and gender and promoting community cohesion. The duties cover staff, pupils and people using the services of our academies such as parents. This can be found on our policies page.
Our governors information can be found on the Governance page.
An attendance record for members and trustees at board and committee meetings over the last academic year
For academies - refer to the Academies financial handbook
We will publish our Annual Reports and Accounts once they are completed after our first full year as an Academy.
Our school’s charging and remissions policies can be found on our policies page.
Our school’s careers programme including: Contact details including details of how pupils, parents, teachers and employers may access information about our careers programme can be found on our Careers website.
How our school measures and assesses the impact of the careers programme on pupils and the date of the school’s next review of the information published can also be found on the Careers website.