At the tender age of just ten years old TNHA student, Nicole Mosely, took to the sport of bowling becoming runner up in the Norfolk under 16s indoor ladies championship in her first year. Since then she has won the championship twice and was runner up this year.
She also has won numerous open competitions including reaching the semi-finals of the singles Norfolk Ladies Competition this year and frequently representing Norfolk. She is currently ranked in the top 20 of the under 18s in the country and is hoping play for England in the future.
Nicole and her partner Evelyn Scott were crown champions in the Norfolk under 25 pairs competitions and will go on to represent the county at the national championships at Royal Leamington Spa in August.
Staff and students at TNHA wish them both every success!
With the help of fire, flying drones and a jet engine, the RAF Science Roadshow delighted students with their presentation on ‘Understanding the Physics of Flight’.
The Rubens Tube (pictured below) graphically demonstrated the relationship between sound waves and sound pressure and caused great excitement when set alight.
The star of the show however was a miniature jet engine, which when powered up, could be heard all over the school.
Limousines, sports cars, classic cars and other modes of unusual transport arrived at the Academy as the Class of 2017 stepped out onto the red carpet for their prom to the delight of onlookers. Prom dresses and suits were the order of the evening and students looked wonderful. After the official photos, ‘mocktails’ and a three course meal, students danced their way into the night amidst cannons of confetti.
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