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Some of Norfolk's schools have had a multi-cultural week with Chinese New Year celebrations and fundraising for relief work in Australia.

From lunchtime clubs to volunteering in the community, it's been another busy week for Norfolk's pupils.

It was a busy first week of the new term in schools across Norfolk and we have been sent some great photos for our School Report.

Dublin's singer songwriter Dermot Kennedy brought his Without Fear tour to a sold out Nick Rayns LCR in Norwich last night.

Norfolk's school children have been busy unearthing bones, visiting the capital city and much more over the past week.

From raising money for BBC's Children In Need to experiencing university style learning, it's been a busy week for Norfolk's schools.

Northern Ballet arrived in Norwich last night during their national Autumn 2019 tour to bring their stunning version of Cinderella to the Theatre Royal.

Another week in Norfolk's schools has been crammed with activities from burying a time capsule, a visit from the author of Percy the Park Keeper to making 104th birthday cards.

From a rocket themed science workshop to explosions of bright colours as children celebrated Bonfire Night - we've been sent lots of great photos for School Report.

From learning about construction site safety to learning poems off by heart, we've received some great photos from schools around the county for our School Report.

Over the years since Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's children's book The Little Prince was released in 1943, it has been adapted numerous times for radio, stage and screen. Luca Silvestrini's Protein brought their musical twist of the feel-good French story to the Norwich Theatre Royal yesterday [October 22].

It was a busy week leading up to the half term holidays for schools in Norfolk.

Norfolk-born singer-songwriter Lucy Grubb will be returning to her home turf for a gig in Norwich complete with her full band.

Beeston Hall School students thoroughly enjoyed their Around the World Day. It was an oppurtunity to celebrate the different cultures and languages of the nations participating in the Rugby World Cup. Children completed a research session about their 'country' where they had to reinterpret the information available either online or from books in the library. During the day, children participated in sessions which included dancing, African drumming, the Highland Games, Pétanque, Futsal (sadly, without the Brazilian weather!), German language and food tasting.

Following last year's world premiere of the stage adaption of Alice Sebold's best-selling novel The Lovely Bones, the show has embarked on a national tour. Last night, the cast took to the stage for the first of eight shows at the Norwich Theatre Royal.

From the depths of the potato fields to the Norfolk coast, pupils made the most of last week's fair autumn weather.

From blackberry picking to a visit from a best-selling author, it has been a busy week in Norfolk's schools.

It may have only been two weeks since children returned to school after the summer holiday, but from the photos we've received for School Report it appears to have been an exciting start to the academic year.

School is out for summer, but schools across the county had a busy end to the summer term.

From creating sea creatures to working with the Royal Shakespeare Company, Norfolk students have had a productive week.

From winning a national championship to fundraising to visiting the Royal Norfolk Show - we have received some brilliant photos from Norfolk's schools.

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