Photoshoots, Berlin and a Model UN Conference - can you spot your child in our School Report gallery?
- Credit: East Coast Production
The start of the new half-term is in full swing in Norfolk's schools. We've had some wonderful photos sent in for our School Report.
Children at Edward Worlledge Ormiston Academy have been enjoying the early spring sunshine in their new Story Telling Corner.
Browick Road Primary School pupils have also been enjoying the nice weather and have been motivated to run a mile every day on the school's new Daily Mile Track.
Norwich Primary Academy students were visited by wheelchair tennis player and double Paralympic medallist Alfie Hewett. He shared the story of his career and provided tennis coaching for the children in Years 3, 4 and 5.
Year 11 and Year 12 pupils from the City of Norwich School, an Ormiston Academy, took a trip to Berlin to improve their knowledge of the city's history, politics and architecture. Meanwhile, a group of Year 9 pupils visited the National Holocaust Centre and Museum in Nottinghamshire. The pupils also had the invaluable experience of listening to Holocaust survivor, 87-year-old Mala, tell her story about her time in a concentration camp.
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Year 3 girls at Cobholm Primary Academy met inspiring women in a variety of careers as part of the workplace-based I Can Be programme. On a visit to the offices of video company East Coast Production and modelling agency Sandra Reynolds, the children worked on a promotional shoot for Orchard Toys, taking on roles from producer and photographer to model, stylist, and graphic designer. The I Can Be programme works with schools in disadvantaged areas to encourage girls to have high career aspirations.
Six Langley School students joined Norwich High School for Girls for the Wycombe Abbey School American-style Model United Nations Conference - consisting of three days debating, discussing and resolving complex international issues.
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