Here at Bungay High we encourage every member of the school community to be curious, because it is curiosity that enables them to learn about the world around them. We encourage this curiosity through our engaging curriculum which empowers students to investigate theories and ideas for themselves, whether this be though experiments in Science, gathering data on field trips in Geography, completing ‘rich Maths’ tasks, or by practising new techniques in sports.

Our lessons provide students with many opportunities to ask and answer the big questions about life, the universe and everything, for example in RE; but also encourage the obscure questions that prompt interesting discussions, and the little questions that consolidate learning.

We have a wide range of extra-curricular clubs such as STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) Club and Duke of Edinburgh that allow students to find out more about themselves and what they are capable of. We firmly believe that being curious leads our students into new experiences and challenges them to develop new skills – an essential part of the learning experience at Bungay High.