Dinosaurs, superheroes and warpaint - can you spot your child in our School Report gallery?
- Credit: Mulbarton Primary School
There has been lots going on in schools across Norfolk this week and we've had some great photos submitted for our School Report.
Some schools have been immersing themselves into different cultures.
Year 1 children at Hethersett Old Hall School have been learning about travel for their Geography project.
Mrs Yadav talked to the children about her travels in India.
Hopton primary School have also been learning about different cultures during their Kenyan Day where they learnt how to play African drums and tried African stew.
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Meanwhile, Reepham High School and College welcomed 33 Chinese pupils and their teachers from HuMen Foreign Language School in Dongguan.
They have been attending lessons, eating lunch with their new friends and learning about school life in England.
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Children at Hempnall Primary School were visited by Luke Lennon-Ford, a British 400m sprinter, who helped them complete some exercises to raise money for the school and UK athletes.
He also visited Hempnall Primary School's sister school, Shelton with Hardwick Community School.
There have been several school trips to London.
Year 6 pupils from Caister Junior School took a trip to London to meet their local MP Brandon Lewis at the Houses of Parliament. They also got a tour of the building.
Students from Beccles Free School were flag wavers at the rugby match between the Saracens and Glasgow Warriors at Allianz Park.
It's been a busy week in History lessons too.
Children in Year 2 at Angel Road Infant School have been learning about the world of superheroes to inspire their writing of descriptive stories and poetry. The learning was enriched by dressing up.
The children also challenged themselves by thinking about gender stereotypes.
Children at Year 6 pupils at St William's Primary School had a brilliant time when they were visited by dinosaurs.
They learnt about rocks and got to see some fascinating fossils.
Year 4 students at Langley Preparatory School at Taverham Hall have been learning about how the Celtics and Romans prepared for battle - they even got to try out some warpaint!
Can you spot your child in our gallery?
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