Boats, bicycles and the Air Ambulance - can you spot your child in our School Report gallery?
- Credit: St William's Primary School
Across the county, it's been another busy week of learning for youngsters and we've been sent some wonderful photos for our School Report.
Children at Downham Preparatory School and Montessori Nursery were visited by the new Magpas Air Ambulance as part of their 'Big Community Fly In'. All the children were given a tour of the new aircraft by the MAGPAS team. This gave them a clear insight into the importance of their current fundraising activities - the school is raising money to purchase a community defibrillator for Stow Bardolph which will be located at the front of the school.
Town Close School Nursery children thoroughly enjoyed a visit from a dentist, Dr. Hamed Karimi from Norfolk Dental Specialists, who spoke to them about looking after their teeth and the importance of visiting the dentist. Meanwhile, older children in the school's Chess Club were thrilled to welcome pupils from Lakenham Primary School to take part in a chess tournament.
Ludham Primary School's Dance Club performed in front of hundreds of parents at an evening of expressive arts at Flegg High School in Martham.
Norwich High School for Girls' Rowing Club entered the Lea Spring Regatta. The J18 coxed four won in the final making it the first ever win by the club in a regatta.
You may also want to watch:
Langley Preparatory School at Taverham Hall's canoeing group enjoyed a sunny afternoon on the school's stretch of the River Wensum.
Year 1 children from St William's Primary School, in Norwich, had a great day at BeWILDerwood. Their teachers said it was 'lovely to see them working together as a team, solving challenges and trying out new and scary things - like the Zippy Zipwires!'.
- 1 Body found in search for missing 87-year-old Margaret Smith
- 2 'I can't carry it' - Shock as plant starts growing eight inches a day
- 3 Aldi planning four new stores in Norfolk
- 4 Norfolk man who had sexual relationship with teen jailed
- 5 Two Norfolk businesses star in TV show
- 6 WATCH: 'Selfish' drug-driver ploughs into police detective's vehicle
- 7 Fly-tipper travelled from Welsh border to dump in Norfolk
- 8 Funeral held for much loved windsurfer after body found in Sweden
- 9 The Range confirms new store at former Outfit on retail park
- 10 New 170-place school likely to get go-ahead
Year 5 at Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy, in Lowestoft, launched their new power of reading book The Adventures of Odysseus with an Ancient Greece themed day - studying Ancient Greece in the morning before holding their own Olympics.
Norwich Lower School and the National Centre for Writing were proud to host the Children's City of Literature Celebration evening, with special host, Mitch Johnson, author of Kick. This year, the project involved pupils from Avenue Junior School, Catton Grove Primary School, Norwich Lower School, Sprowston Junior School and St William's Primary School. Hosted at Norwich Lower School, the Children's City of Literature programme saw pupils being put into groups and assigned a creative writing mentor to guide and offer advice. Each mentor was given the same story opener and then it was up to the children to plan their characters, setting and plot. Over ten weeks the pupils worked collaboratively to create their story, which is no easy task, working in a group and listening to each other's ideas and deciding what to write. The children were also taught about editing and proofreading and were given the opportunity to read their story to a new audience to gain vital feedback.
Langley Preparatory School at Taverham Hall and Langley Senior School were invited to the UEA to take part in the prestigious Salters' Festival of Chemistry. Each school took four of their Year 8 pupils to compete in a couple of science investigations against 25 other schools from in and around East Anglia.
Four Year 8 pupils from Caister Academy attended the Festival of Chemistry - they worked well together against tough competition to win The Salters' Challenge.
• Make sure you check out our School Report pages in the EDP and Norwich Evening News every Monday. To be featured in our School Report pages, please e-mail your photos to us at firstname.lastname@example.org