All welcome at school’s 70th celebrations
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A school is opening its doors for a free day of celebrations as it marks its 70th anniversary.
Cromer Academy - previously known as Cromer High School and Cromer Secondary Modern School - will mark seven decades of educating the town's young people with a special open event from 10am to 2pm on Saturday, July 6.
Staff, pupils, and families past and present are invited to meet old friends, share memories, and view an exhibition of school photos, uniforms, and memorabilia.
Visitors can tour the classrooms and corridors and discover how the building has changed and developed over the years.
Headteacher Antony Little said: "Our staff, students, and buildings may have changed a lot over the years, but what remains the same is our proud role educating the young people of our community.
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"We look forward to coming together for this special day as we celebrate our school's rich history and bright future."
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