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Welcome to Suffolk New Academy
The first year of Suffolk New Academy seems to have gone by quickly. The excitement of our opening has been replaced by a real determination to improve on all fronts. Our staff have been working very hard to improve the quality of teaching and as a result I am confident our Year 11s will have achieved highly. There have been many highlights during the year including trips and charity events as well as drama productions and sporting success. I think the overriding success has been the positive attitude that our students have brought to our new academy. The year ended with the very welcome news of our rebuild and we are already in conversation with the Department for Education about the details. In the coming months more of these details will be shared with parents/carers. As well as the work on the new build we have much to focus on next year; the main one being ensuring all our students achieve academically. There have been many other highlights, some of which are in our magazine.
It is very important that we work closely with our parents and our community and this will be the focus for us for next year, so do please get involved with us. If you wish to discuss how you can do this or just want to find out more about Suffolk New Academy please feel free to contact me.
Suffolk New Academy is at the heart of our local community with a commitment to ensuring our young people leave fully prepared for their next steps in life.
Our Values and Principles
Our Academy has very clear values and principles that underpin all that we do. Our principles are that learning is our core purpose and that all of us can grow, change and develop. Importantly, all are welcome and equally valued. From this we have three core values, which are: Listen more, Look after each other more, Achieve more. Or more simply put:
I hope you enjoy finding out about us and I look forward to meeting you soon.
Andrew Fell, Principal