House Sadler

 

Les Sadler has worked at Cromer Academy for over 30 years.

His contribution to the school and the community was recognised in 2015 in the Cromer Town Council Honours Awards Scheme which was set up to recognise significant achievement by individuals or groups.

Les is a much loved and respected member of both the school and Cromer community. House Sadler is so named because of this wonderfully humble man who has dedicated his working life to the school and the house motto, 'Nec aspera terrent,' reflects Les' attitude of enduring any hardship that we are faced with and that we have to muster the strength to keep going.

Head of House

Mr Posthill

Logo

The Church

Motto

Nec Aspera Terrent

Motto (translation)

Frightened by no difficulties

Traits

Resilience, Loyalty, Resourcefulness

House poem

Thinking (The Man Who Thinks He Can) by Walter D Wintle