Snow, firefighters and letters - can you spot your child in our School Report gallery?
- Credit: St William's Primary School
It has been a busy week in Norfolk's schools and we've had some great photos submitted for our School Report.
Last week may have been very cold, but there were plenty of outdoor activities taking place at schools across the county.
Dickleburgh Primary Academy students and staff gathered outside for the official opening and blessing of the school's peace garden.
Over at Dell Primary School, children have played in their outdoor learning area, while at Great Dunham Primary School pupils were visited by Swaffham's retained firefighters and even got to try out the water hose.
The outdoor fun hasn't just been for younger pupils.
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Girls and staff at Norwich High School for Girls braved the cold weather to plant a selection of fruit trees as part of their outdoor learning Orchard Project.
Two sixth formers took the Norwich High School for Girls' school dog, Casper, for a walk in the snow.
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Fortunately, there was more than a dusting of snow for Norwich School's snowboarder Charlie O'Shea, who finished second in the latest Free Ride World Tour competition.
On the subject of sporting success, Langley Preparatory School at Taverham Hall's U11 boys hockey team were crowned county champions.
There was success too for Norwich High School for Girls' equestrian team who have all qualified for the #NSEA National Showjumping Championships in October.
Dereham Neatherd High School students have been sending colourful letters to their pen pals in France. Meanwhile, children at Fairhaven Primary School, in South Walsham, have been learning about Malawi in Africa.
The children looked at photos of the area near their partner school in Dedza, Malawi.
They took part in an African dancing workshop and learnt some words in the native Malawian language of Chichewa.
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