Norfolk Teacher Training Centre has celebrated its latest cohort of trainee teachers earning Qualified Teacher Status, with 37 trainees successfully completing its 1-year school-based course. NTTC, which is part of City College Norwich, is set to train even more teachers next year, despite a nat
Find out more about getting into teaching with Norfolk Teacher Training Centre by coming along to one of our upcoming teacher training information events. These are being held at City College Norwich's main campus on Ipswich Road, just a few minutes walk from Norwich city centre (post code: NR2
Norfolk Teacher Training Centre (NTTC) has now successfully trained 80 new teachers for schools in the region in just 3 years – and another increase in recruits means it will pass the milestone of bringing 100 teachers into the profession by the end of 2017-18.
The latest rankings from The Good Teacher Training Guide show that Norfolk Teacher Training Centre (NTTC) is among the top teacher training providers in England for trainees successfully securing teaching jobs.
The role that schools and teachers can play in fostering positive mental health in young people is the focus of Norfolk Teacher Training Centre (NTTC)’s annual conference for its trainees, newly qualified teachers and partner schools.
Norfolk Teacher Training Centre (NTTC) has been judged by Ofsted to be ‘Good’ in all categories following its first Ofsted inspection, which has been
Following another successful year as a provider of School Direct teacher training, Norfolk Teacher Training Centre (NTTC) has seen a rise in the number of its trainees to 41 for the 2016-17 academic year.
Norfolk Teacher Training Centre’s second cohort of newly qualified teachers took centre stage at a special awards ceremony on Friday 16th September, which was held at the Assembly House, Norwich.
The academy is pleased to announce that after a break of a few years we are once again going to be offering this amazing scheme to pupils. The scheme helps develop young people in lots of ways and many employers look favourably upon candidates who have one or more levels of the award as the awar
Well done to our Year 10 and 11 students who were interviewed for ITV Anglia News. Reporter Malcolm Robertson asked the students about their hopes and aspirations, as well as their concerns, for the future.
"This is certainly a first for our Shout Out's- an animal! She's not the only one this is for because Sue Kay is also included.
The Accelerated Reader scheme continues to go from strength to strength with students reading over 18 million words since September!
We will be holding a “Success at GCSE Evening" for parents of Year 9 and Year 10 students who are now starting their GCSE courses on Thursday 22nd September 2016.
This year’s results are the best ever for Wayland Academy Norfolk. Huge credit must go to all of our students on their hard work and achievements and also to our excellent teachers who have supported them so well in preparing for GCSEs. We have set high expectations, pushing every single st
Welcome to the new and improved Wayland Academy website.
Year 11 students from Wayland Academy Norfolk were given a break from revision on Friday 13th May when the academy hosted a Pets As Therapy (PAT) Club which saw 10 dogs and their volunteer owners help students to relax ahead of their upcoming GCSE exams.
Over the last 18 months a cocker spaniel named Dora has become a valued part of the school community at Wayland Academy Norfolk, helping students to improve their reading confidence as a weekly reading companion through the Pets As Therapy Read2Dogs programme.
Congratulations to Sammy from Parkers on winning the Kindle e-reader in the prize draw at our Year 5 and Year 6 Open Evening.
After a scorching summer full of fiery fun the GoGoDragons! said goodbye to our fine city by raising £369,500 for children’s charity Break. As an academy we raised over £8500 for Break and we are very proud of the staff and students that supported the campaign.
Wayland Academy has been recognised for the impressive work it has been doing to improve progress in English and maths of students who were felt to be vulnerable to under-achievement.
Another huge victory for Boudicca House in both Junior and Senior events, along with a first Sixth Form competition made this years' Sports Day a fantastic way to end the term!
See some of the action in the video on the right.
Wayland Academy has been awarded the Achievement for All Quality Mark! Congratulations to you all on reaching this national standard!
Thank you for all of the support from students and staff. Mr Harder and Mr Allott successful completed the Break fundraising Firewalk.
Having taken part in a series on team and individual technical challenges throughout Year 9 Dylan accumulated the highest number of points.
Congratulations to the students of Wayland Academy on their results for 2014. This year we had some exceptional results and some real high flyers.