Student Admissions (September 2022)
Welcome to Attleborough Academy!
Thank you to all those families who joined us on Wednesday 6 October 2021 for our Annual Open Evening. We were delighted to see so many visitors and very much hope that we shall be welcoming you back as prospective students and parents and carers in September 2022.
In the current climate, we fully understand and appreciate that some families may not have wished or have been able to visit the Academy for such an event where groups of people were gathered inside buildings. In recognition and respect of those concerns, we will be creating an alternative recorded introduction to the school which you will be able to request access to by completing the online form at the bottom of this page for this purpose. Please note that this recording will become available during the next two weeks.
In the meantime, please do read our Prospectus and Parent Handbook to find out more about Attleborough Academy.
If you were unable to attend our Open Evening this year, you may wish to view the collection of presentations below which were used during last year's remote Open Evening due to the restrictions in place at that time.
Introduction to our Virtual Opening Evening (from October 2020)
Open Evening Speech
Head Student Speech
Virtual Tour with Izzy and Toby
Introduction to the Student Support Team
Introduction to Student Progress Teams
Introduction to the English and Media Faculty
Introduction to the Maths Faculty
Introduction to the Science Faculty
Introduction to the Expressive Arts Faculty
Introduction to the Humanities Faculty
Introduction to the PSHE Faculty
Introduction to the Technologies Faculty
If you have any questions about admissions, please do not hesitate to contact us via our Contact Us page. We truly look forward to working with you in the future.
Apply to the Academy
Admissions to Attleborough Academy (with the exception of the Sixth Form) are handled by Norfolk County Council.You will be contacted directly by the Local Authority and asked to complete a Common Application Form where you outline your school preference. The Local Authority will then inform you which school your son or daughter has been allocated to.