Inspiration Teacher Training is joining forces with a major education charity in a bid to bring experienced professionals into teaching.
- Read MorePublished 21/11/18
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The world's oldest living Test cricketer proved she has plenty of game left in her as she officially opened a Trust sports centre today.
- 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 15/10/18
The Inspiration Trust is searching for the school leaders of the future as applications open for our leadership training programmes.
- Read MorePublished 01/10/18
The artistic talents of students across the Inspiration Trust will be showcased this week at the second Inspired Art exhibition.
- Read MorePublished 06/09/18
More than 50 new teachers have kicked off their careers as part of Inspiration Teacher Training's first group of trainees.
- Read MorePublished 04/09/18
Staff from across the Inspiration Trust were treated to impromptu rowing lessons from an Olympic gold medallist at this year's Welcome Back event.
- Read MorePublished 31/08/18
Founding chairman Lord Theodore Agnew has decided to step down as a trustee and member of the Inspiration Trust.
- Read MorePublished 23/08/18
Students across the Inspiration Trust have secured record GCSE results in this summer's exams.
- Read MorePublished 16/08/18
A record number of top university places crown this year's A Level results across Inspiration Trust schools.
- 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 17/07/18
Students from Cromer Academy took home the winners’ trophy after secondary schools across Norfolk and Suffolk came together for a celebration of sporting excellence.
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