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- Credit: Norwich School/Hannah Hutchins/Corton Primary School/Town Close School
From pancake races in Norwich Cathedral to learning about the Islamic faith, children across Norfolk have had a busy week at school.
Frying pans were sizzling in school kitchens across the county on Shrove Tuesday, as pupils cooked pancakes to eat with a variety of toppings.
Younger and older pupils at Ludham Primary School worked together to weigh the ingredients and follow the recipe to make their pancakes. There was competitive pancake races in the school playground in the afternoon.
Norwich School Cathedral Choristers also enjoyed their traditional annual pancake race within the cathedral grounds.
Corton Primary School spent a day exploring different aspects of Islam during their faith day. They learnt about special times of the year including Ramadan and their importance. The children got creative and made their own prayer mats, Islamic art and used their acting skills to show different parts of the Muslim faith. Miss Michelle Ayers, a Key Stage 2 teacher said, "these days are really important in helping the children understand our diverse community".
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