SATs tests, baking and a national hockey final - can you spot your child in our School Report gallery?
- Credit: Fairhaven CE VA Primary School
It's been another busy week in Norfolk's schools and we've been sent some wonderful photos for our School Report.
Before sitting their Key Stage 2 SATs tests, Year 6 pupils at Fairhaven CE VA Primary School tucked into a breakfast including rolls filled with bacon and sausages, pancakes, waffles, toast and more. It is a tradition at the school for the children to come in early and have a relaxed start to their day before taking their tests.
Year 6 pupils at Corton Primary School have enjoyed their breakfast club which is a chance to eat together and socialise.
Year 5 at Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy created an edible Science experiment as they learnt about irreversible and reversible changes of matter. They also learnt how to follow a recipe.
Year 4 and 5 children at Town Close School competed at the East Area Junior athletics championships and set two new School records.
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For the first time in Norwich School's history, their 1st XI boys hockey team competed in the national Notts Sport Boys Schools Championships Finals. Mr Cowan, Director of Sport at Norwich School, was proud of what the boys achieved, "The team proved they deserved to be in the final four and while the 3/4th [place] play-off did not go the way they hoped - the season has been a brilliant success with the side overachieving at a time where the initial goal was to not finish last in group stages of the tier 1 competition. It will be interesting to see how the side fair moving forwards in the same competition next year having been given a taste of what it takes to be National champions".
Langley Senior School's sixth former Tim Dowden has been picked for Great Britain's under-23 marathon kayaking team.
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Riddlesworth Hall School launched their charity work for Walking with the Wounded with a visit from Duncan. He told the children of the challenges he faced after becoming a double amputee and how he walked to the South Pole and ran the Marathon des SablesHis honest and humorous way of answering the children's thoughtful questions made them consider their approach when things get a bit tough.Martham Academy and Nursery took park in the NSPCC's Speak Out Stay Safe campaign and raised £2550. All students took part in a buddy sponsored workout throughout the day including a danceathon, mini Olympics and super circuits. The pupils are proud of their efforts as they have raised the most amount of money across the Norfolk schools taking part.
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