Race cars, korfball and post - can you spot your child in our School Report pages?
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On your marks, get set, go! This week's School Report includes photos of numerous sporting events and a special delivery.
Schools from around the county lined up in cars that they had made on the starting lines to race in the Greenpower Education Trust's challenges. It aims to spark enthusiasm for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) subjects through the excitement of motorsport.
The Formula Goblin event saw school children aged 9 to 11 compete for awards for making the most economical cars as well as winning races.
Eight Year 6 children from Bure Valley School recieved the 'Spirit of Greenpower'award for their Bure Valley Blazer car.
Year 6 pupils at Langley School's car won 'the greenest bodywork' award as it was made soley of recycled materials.
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The Formula 24 races saw students aged 11 to 16 racing Greenpower Kit Cars or cars of their own design race at the Lotus test track.
Town Close School's F24 racing team finished third in the first race and won their final race of the day.
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Over 500 students and staff at the College of West Anglia headed to Lynnsport's running track to participate in a Race for Life 5k - raising money for Cancer Research UK.
St William's Primary School's Year 6 korfball team came third at the national finals which were held at the Copper Box Arena at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London.
Richard Smith, a professional golfer at Southwold Golf Club, ran a workshop for pupils at The Clare School. Staff at the complex needs school are keen to give students every opportunity to develop their co-ordination skills in a variety of fields.
Paralympian and TEDx speaker Elizabeth Wright, who won swimming medals at the Sydney Paralympics in 2000, visited Howard Junior School to talk to children about resilience and overcoming challenges.
A special parcel arrived from the Post Office for the nursery at Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy - a box of caterpillars and a note asking the children to look after them! They are looking forward to watching them transform into butterflies.
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