|Principal||Ms Nancy Robinson|
|Chair of Governors||John Helleur|
|Location||Braziers Wood Road
|DfE URN||136453 Tables|
|Ofsted||Reports Pre-academy reports|
|Students||903 (of which 80 are in the sixth form)|
|Colours||Black and Purple|
|Former name||Holywells High School|
The Learning Schools Trust, as part of the government's academy programme, has invested £16m into a new building, which was officially opened in November 2013 by the Education Secretary, Michael Gove. The new building boasts light, bright, airy learning spaces, a College system which means students feel part of a "school within a school", advanced IT systems and the only 3G sports pitch in the area, built to FA standards.
The school operates a personalised learning method of teaching, and believes not only that students should progress according to ability rather than age, but also that "every child can achieve more than he or she thought possible".
- Hollie-Rae Merrick (2 March 2011). "Ipswich: High school has first day as town’s new academy". Ipswich Star.
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