Excellent results achieved during an uncertain academic year.
George Willingham, Gemma Rumsey, Charly Spurge, and Tracy Xue were amongst the school's top achievers.
High-performing students included Anoushka Chandrasekar and Merissa Lawrence who both achieved 11 grade 9s.
Percentage of both 9-5 grades awarded sees an increase this year, and 9-4 grades also continue to be strong
Students awarded results via the Teacher Assessed Grades (TAG) process.
Improvement to facilities to include a pavilion and clubhouse building that meets modern day requirements.
Kasper Andersen notches a paid eight on his King's Lynn Stars' return.
Eighty-two budding goalkeepers show their skills at annual tournament.
Ian Reeve participates in six events, winning both the 400 metres and high jump.
More than 14,500 students have now successfully passed colour belt gradings since the school was established more than 33 years ago.
Heacham’s Willie Skoyles Jnr misses out on place in showpiece event.
Fakenham Town book home tie against Isthmian League outfit Bury Town in the FA Cup after beating Ely City.
Athletes claim seven gold and four silver medals, as well as a host of PBs.
Director of football can see a strong bond developing between Lynn’s new-look squad on the pitch.
Linnets defender expects team to be a tougher nut to crack next season after three shut-outs in last four friendlies.
Wedding bells deplete Narborough as near-neighbours Castle Acre record a five-wicket success.
Club brothers lead the way in throwing events.
Race ace just misses out on two podium spots
Defender Ross Barrows the late hero for the Linnets against their Championship visitors.
Club asset is one of two changes ahead of derby at Peterborough on Thursday