Youngsters graduate from children’s university

Children celebrate by throwing their mortar board hats in the air PHOTO: Toftwood Infant School

Children celebrate by throwing their mortar board hats in the air PHOTO: Toftwood Infant School - Credit: Toftwood Infant School

Children from across the Toftwood Junior and Infant school in Dereham have taken part in a Children's University Graduation ceremony.

The youngsters received a range of awards after gaining credits for participating in extra-curricular activities.

Wearing blue caps and gowns, the children received their certificates from Alix McGarvey-Leggett, the Project Officer from Norfolk Children's University.

In total the children participated in 3420 hours of out of school activities, including participating in sports, visiting museums and places of interest, and attending brownies, rainbows, beavers and cubs.

One pupil, Milo, achieved a postgraduate bronze certificate after gaining over 530 credits, he said


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'I've been going to lots of different clubs and places of interest for about 7-8 years. I am pleased with my award.'

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