Caister Academy

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Caister Academy
Type Academy
Religion Mixed.
Headteacher Michelle Strong
Location Windsor Road
NR30 5LS
52°39′14″N 1°43′41″E / 52.6539°N 1.7281°E / 52.6539; 1.7281Coordinates: 52°39′14″N 1°43′41″E / 52.6539°N 1.7281°E / 52.6539; 1.7281
Local authority Norfolk County Council
DfE number 926/4017
DfE URN 141331 Tables
Ofsted Reports Pre-academy reports
Staff 108
Students 667 pupils
Gender Co-educational
Ages 11–17
Houses Blue, Red, Yellow and Green
Colours Blue and Black
Website School website

Caister Academy, formerly known as Caister High School, is a coeducational secondary school located in the small seaside village of Caister-on-Sea in Norfolk, England.


Caister Academy is a mixed school for 12 to 17-year-old pupils which has held specialist Arts College status since 2002. Caister High School is located on Windsor Road on the coast. They have recently updated the sports hall to help with the education the students are receiving in the Physical Education and Health department. The pupils are split into coloured houses which compete in competitions such as sport day and quizzes. The houses are Green, Red, Yellow and Blue. Each student has a tie matching their house for example green house students obtain a black tie with thin green stripes.

Update: All Students have now obtained a black tie with thin electric blue stripes to match the logo, regardless of their house colour.

The school converted to academy status on 1 February 2015 and is sponsored by the Creative Education Trust.


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