Thank you to everyone involved in the Remembrance Service that was held at Great Whelnetham Village Hall. We are incredibly proud of all students who took part, for recognising the centenary (100 years) since the great war as they performed so beautifully during the service. A special thanks goes to Mrs Hugill for her involvement in this very memorable occasion.
We would like to welcome parents of pupils currently in Year 6 to our Open Evening which is being held on Thursday 27th September at 6.30pm. Should you require any further information, please contact the school office on 01284 413400.
All Students put in a fantastic effort as they competed against each other during our sports day, to help earn points for their houses. Well done to all students who took part and made this such a competitive and fun event, but there can only be one winner! We are very pleased to announce that for the second year running team Garrett stole the show and won the the trophy, congratulations to all house members!
The SAA Starlets continue to do us proud, delivering yet again, another outstanding perfomance and retaining their title at the Future Cheer competition in Bournemouth. Congratulations to all the girls and Miss Earrye for their hard work, dedication and for bringing home the trophy!
Students and staff from Sybil Andrews Academy were incredibly privileged to be invited along to the Moyse's Hall Museum, Bury St Edmunds to visit the Sybil Andrews Art exhibition and also take part in a Horrible Histories tour. All four year groups were able to participate in these visits and enjoyed learning about the life and work of Sybil Andrews, whilst also hearing some fun and gruesome facts about Horrible Histories.