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2011 Yr11 Prom
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Christmas Assembly 2011
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Children from Harleston, Pulham and Arburgh with Denton primary schools took part in a fiercly competitive event hosted by Archbishop Sancroft. The teams were warmed up and led through various rugby drills by some of the High School's Sports Leaders. The final standings were Arburgh with Denton 1st, Harleston 2nd, Pulham 3rd. Well done and thanks to all players, young leaders and teachers.
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It’s Movember, the month formerly known as November, dedicated to growing moustaches and raising awareness and funds for men’s health issues, specifically cancers affecting men.
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Tom Palmer author of the popular football series: Football Academy and Football Detective was invited to Archbishop Sancroft School on Thursday 10th November.
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ASHS Rugby 'World Cup' - 21st October 2011
On the last Friday of half term the Year 11 boys did themselves proud in their 'ASHS Rugby World Cup Final'. Two teams, representing France and New Zealand took to the field and gave a superb display of Rugby
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The Sancroft Centre was officially opened on Friday 17 June 2011 by the Rt Revd Graham James, Bishop of Norwich.
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At the end of March, the stage in the school hall saw its first major ASHS production for many years. The famous Broadway hit, Annie, was performed for three nights to a rapturous reception and critical acclaim. It had been the result of months of hard work by the music and drama departments, students from across the school and a great number of staff members.
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48 year 10 and 11 students started their holiday to Classical Turkey with 3 nights in Istanbul where visits included the Blue Mosque, the Byzantine Church of St Sophia and the Topkapi Palace. Students also enjoyed a boat cruise along the Bosphorus and bartering in the Grand Bazzar. We then headed south to the Coastal town of Canakkale, visiting en route, Gallipoli, a grim reminder of the allied assault during the First World War. The beautiful resort of Kusadasi was our base for 3 nights. From here we visited Troy, Pergamun, Ephesus and the Temple of Artemis. The students also experienced wading in the warm thermal waters of the calcium deposits at Pamukkale.