Rugby nations, water polo and pirates - can your spot your child in our School Report gallery?

Toftwood Infant and Junior School's Year 2, 3 and 4 attended the West Norfolk and Dereham School Spo

Toftwood Infant and Junior School's Year 2, 3 and 4 attended the West Norfolk and Dereham School Sports Partnership's Active Kids Festival at Taverham High School. Picture: Toftwood Infant and Junior School Federation - Credit: Toftwood Infant and Junior School Federation

Beeston Hall School students thoroughly enjoyed their Around the World Day. It was an oppurtunity to celebrate the different cultures and languages of the nations participating in the Rugby World Cup. Children completed a research session about their 'country' where they had to reinterpret the information available either online or from books in the library. During the day, children participated in sessions which included dancing, African drumming, the Highland Games, Pétanque, Futsal (sadly, without the Brazilian weather!), German language and food tasting.

Beeston Hall School's had a Rugby World Cup themed Around the World Day. Children researched their '

Beeston Hall School's had a Rugby World Cup themed Around the World Day. Children researched their 'country' and took part in numerous activities from each country. Picture: Beeston Hall School - Credit: Beeston Hall School

Dereham Church of England Junior Academy have been celebrating the Harvest Festival. The school's staff were amazed by the generosity of the families and all contributions will be going to support the local Food Bank.

Children in Year 2 through to 4 from Toftwood Infant and Junior School had a great time and worked brilliantly as a team during the Active Kids Festival held at Taverham High School. They participated in eight different activities including 'Jack High' where they enjoyed playing with an oversized football and 'Not in my Back Yard', a game which had the children racing against each other to throw all the beanbags and balls out of their area.

Beeston Hall School's had a Rugby World Cup themed Around the World Day. Children researched their '

Beeston Hall School's had a Rugby World Cup themed Around the World Day. Children researched their 'country' and took part in numerous activities from each country. Picture: Beeston Hall School - Credit: Beeston Hall School

Town Close School's Year 7 children have been playing water polo to improve their strength, stamina and teamwork in the swimming pool.

Reception children at Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy enjoyed dressing up and baking ship shaped cookies during their pirate themed day.

Beeston Hall School's had a Rugby World Cup themed Around the World Day. Children researched their '

Beeston Hall School's had a Rugby World Cup themed Around the World Day. Children researched their 'country' and took part in numerous activities from each country. Picture: Beeston Hall School - Credit: Beeston Hall School


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Children at Red Oak Primary School had a very busy National No Pen Day - discussing, debating, exploring, investigating, creating, performing and finding methods of learning that did not involve writing.

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Beeston Hall School's had a Rugby World Cup themed Around the World Day. Children researched their '

Beeston Hall School's had a Rugby World Cup themed Around the World Day. Children researched their 'country' and took part in numerous activities from each country. Picture: Beeston Hall School - Credit: Beeston Hall School

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Beeston Hall School's had a Rugby World Cup themed Around the World Day. Children researched their '

Beeston Hall School's had a Rugby World Cup themed Around the World Day. Children researched their 'country' and took part in numerous activities from each country. Picture: Beeston Hall School - Credit: Beeston Hall School

Bunwell Primary School's winners of the Bunwell Bake Off competition. Picture: Bunwell Primary Schoo

Bunwell Primary School's winners of the Bunwell Bake Off competition. Picture: Bunwell Primary School - Credit: Bunwell Primary School

Dereham Church of England Junior Academy have been celebrating the Harvest Festival, all contributio

Dereham Church of England Junior Academy have been celebrating the Harvest Festival, all contributions will be going to support the local Food Bank. Picture: Dereham Church of England Junior Academy - Credit: Dereham Church of England Junior Academy

Dereham Church of England Junior Academy have been celebrating the Harvest Festival, all contributio

Dereham Church of England Junior Academy have been celebrating the Harvest Festival, all contributions will be going to support the local Food Bank. Picture: Dereham Church of England Junior Academy - Credit: Dereham Church of England Junior Academy

Dereham Church of England Junior Academy have been celebrating the Harvest Festival, all contributio

Dereham Church of England Junior Academy have been celebrating the Harvest Festival, all contributions will be going to support the local Food Bank. Picture: Dereham Church of England Junior Academy - Credit: Dereham Church of England Junior Academy

Gresham’s School’s Year 2 visited the Henry Blogg Museum in Cromer as part of their “Ahoy There” top

Gresham’s School’s Year 2 visited the Henry Blogg Museum in Cromer as part of their “Ahoy There” topic. Picture: Gresham's School - Credit: Gresham's School

Gunton Primary Academy's Learning Leaders gave Tim Culpin, the Deputy Director of Education for the

Gunton Primary Academy's Learning Leaders gave Tim Culpin, the Deputy Director of Education for the school's trust, REAch2 Academy Trust, an enthusiastic tour of the school. Picture: Gunton Primary Academy - Credit: Gunton Primary Academy

Howard Junior School's Macmillan coffee morning was supported by their reading rabbits Biscuit and B

Howard Junior School's Macmillan coffee morning was supported by their reading rabbits Biscuit and Bramble, who helped to sell the carrot cake! Picture: Howard Junior School - Credit: Howard Junior School

Howard Junior School's Macmillan coffee morning was supported by their reading rabbits Biscuit and B

Howard Junior School's Macmillan coffee morning was supported by their reading rabbits Biscuit and Bramble, who helped to sell the carrot cake! Picture: Howard Junior School - Credit: Howard Junior School

Reception at Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy made ship shaped biscuits on their pirate themed

Reception at Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy made ship shaped biscuits on their pirate themed day. Picture: Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy - Credit: Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy

Reception at Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy made ship shaped biscuits on their pirate themed

Reception at Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy made ship shaped biscuits on their pirate themed day. Picture: Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy - Credit: Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy

Reception at Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy made ship shaped biscuits on their pirate themed

Reception at Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy made ship shaped biscuits on their pirate themed day. Picture: Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy - Credit: Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy

Children at Red Oak Primary School had a very busy National No Pen Day - discussing, debating, explo

Children at Red Oak Primary School had a very busy National No Pen Day - discussing, debating, exploring, investigating, creating, performing and so much more. Picture: Red Oak Primary School - Credit: Red Oak Primary School

Children at Red Oak Primary School had a very busy National No Pen Day - discussing, debating, explo

Children at Red Oak Primary School had a very busy National No Pen Day - discussing, debating, exploring, investigating, creating, performing and so much more. Picture: Red Oak Primary School - Credit: Red Oak Primary School

Children at Red Oak Primary School had a very busy National No Pen Day - discussing, debating, explo

Children at Red Oak Primary School had a very busy National No Pen Day - discussing, debating, exploring, investigating, creating, performing and so much more. Picture: Red Oak Primary School - Credit: Red Oak Primary School

Children at Red Oak Primary School had a very busy National No Pen Day - discussing, debating, explo

Children at Red Oak Primary School had a very busy National No Pen Day - discussing, debating, exploring, investigating, creating, performing and so much more. Picture: Red Oak Primary School - Credit: Red Oak Primary School

Children at Red Oak Primary School had a very busy National No Pen Day - discussing, debating, explo

Children at Red Oak Primary School had a very busy National No Pen Day - discussing, debating, exploring, investigating, creating, performing and so much more. Picture: Red Oak Primary School - Credit: Red Oak Primary School

Adrian and Josh from Jack Richards & Son Ltd parked their lorry on Swaffham CE Junior Academy School

Adrian and Josh from Jack Richards & Son Ltd parked their lorry on Swaffham CE Junior Academy School's playground to teach children about dangers and blind spots. Picture: Mrs Oxborough - Credit: Mrs Oxborough

Toftwood Infant and Junior School's Year 2, 3 and 4 attended the West Norfolk and Dereham School Spo

Toftwood Infant and Junior School's Year 2, 3 and 4 attended the West Norfolk and Dereham School Sports Partnership's Active Kids Festival at Taverham High School. Picture: Toftwood Infant and Junior School Federation - Credit: Toftwood Infant and Junior School Federation

Toftwood Infant and Junior School's Year 2, 3 and 4 attended the West Norfolk and Dereham School Spo

Toftwood Infant and Junior School's Year 2, 3 and 4 attended the West Norfolk and Dereham School Sports Partnership's Active Kids Festival at Taverham High School. Picture: Toftwood Infant and Junior School Federation - Credit: Toftwood Infant and Junior School Federation

Toftwood Infant and Junior School's Year 2, 3 and 4 attended the West Norfolk and Dereham School Spo

Toftwood Infant and Junior School's Year 2, 3 and 4 attended the West Norfolk and Dereham School Sports Partnership's Active Kids Festival at Taverham High School. Picture: Toftwood Infant and Junior School Federation - Credit: Toftwood Infant and Junior School Federation

Toftwood Infant and Junior School's Year 2, 3 and 4 attended the West Norfolk and Dereham School Spo

Toftwood Infant and Junior School's Year 2, 3 and 4 attended the West Norfolk and Dereham School Sports Partnership's Active Kids Festival at Taverham High School. Picture: Toftwood Infant and Junior School Federation - Credit: Toftwood Infant and Junior School Federation

Toftwood Infant and Junior School's Year 2, 3 and 4 attended the West Norfolk and Dereham School Spo

Toftwood Infant and Junior School's Year 2, 3 and 4 attended the West Norfolk and Dereham School Sports Partnership's Active Kids Festival at Taverham High School. Picture: Toftwood Infant and Junior School Federation - Credit: Toftwood Infant and Junior School Federation

Magdalen Gates Primary School raised £509 at their 20th annual Macmillan coffee morning. Children we

Magdalen Gates Primary School raised £509 at their 20th annual Macmillan coffee morning. Children were pleased to be chosen to show the Lord Mayor around the school. Picture: Magdalen Gates Primary School - Credit: Magdalen Gates Primary School

Magdalen Gates Primary School raised £509 at their 20th annual Macmillan coffee morning. Children we

Magdalen Gates Primary School raised £509 at their 20th annual Macmillan coffee morning. Children were pleased to be chosen to show the Lord Mayor around the school. Picture: Magdalen Gates Primary School - Credit: Magdalen Gates Primary School

Performance Poet, Matt Windle, celebrated National Poetry Day with Norwich School pupils. He held a

Performance Poet, Matt Windle, celebrated National Poetry Day with Norwich School pupils. He held a workshop where he composed a poem on the spot and hosted a Poetry Slam competition. Picture: Hannah Hutchins/Norwich School - Credit: Hannah Hutchins/Norwich School

Performance Poet, Matt Windle, celebrated National Poetry Day with Norwich School pupils. He held a

Performance Poet, Matt Windle, celebrated National Poetry Day with Norwich School pupils. He held a workshop where he composed a poem on the spot and hosted a Poetry Slam competition. Picture: Hannah Hutchins/Norwich School - Credit: Hannah Hutchins/Norwich School

St Clements Hill Primary Academy's Year 1 were visited by Happy Smiles Club. Derek the Dinosaur taug

St Clements Hill Primary Academy's Year 1 were visited by Happy Smiles Club. Derek the Dinosaur taught them all about dental health and how to look after their teeth. Picture: St Clements Hill Primary Academy - Credit: St Clements Hill Primary Academy

St Clements Hill Primary Academy's Year 1 were visited by Happy Smiles Club. Derek the Dinosaur taug

St Clements Hill Primary Academy's Year 1 were visited by Happy Smiles Club. Derek the Dinosaur taught them all about dental health and how to look after their teeth. Picture: St Clements Hill Primary Academy - Credit: St Clements Hill Primary Academy

St William's Primary School's Year 5 had a great residential trip at Holt Hall which included lots o

St William's Primary School's Year 5 had a great residential trip at Holt Hall which included lots of activities. Picture: St William's Primary School - Credit: St William's Primary School

St William's Primary School's Year 5 had a great residential trip at Holt Hall which included lots o

St William's Primary School's Year 5 had a great residential trip at Holt Hall which included lots of activities. Picture: St William's Primary School - Credit: St William's Primary School

Thorpe St Andrew School's younger football teams have new football kits sponsored by Wildpitch Data

Thorpe St Andrew School's younger football teams have new football kits sponsored by Wildpitch Data Services. 8A boys proudly wore them as they started their league campaign win a 5-0 win. Picture: Thorpe St Andrew School - Credit: Thorpe St Andrew School

Thorpe St Andrew School's younger football teams have new football kits sponsored by Wildpitch Data

Thorpe St Andrew School's younger football teams have new football kits sponsored by Wildpitch Data Services. 8A boys proudly wore them as they started their league campaign win a 5-0 win. Picture: Thorpe St Andrew School - Credit: Thorpe St Andrew School

Water Polo is helping the Town Close School's Year 7 children improve their strength, stamina and te

Water Polo is helping the Town Close School's Year 7 children improve their strength, stamina and teamwork in the swimming pool. Picture: Town Close School - Credit: Town Close School

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