February Half Term Treat

Thursday morning,  pupil's who had achieved the special treat, weighed ingredients, designed, baked and decorated their own shortbread biscuits.  During the afternoon pupil's gathered in the cookery room to create their own fruit and sweet kebabs which included - grapes, apples, chocolate yoghurt, marshmallows and liquorice shoelaces. 

Science Week

On Tuesday of our Science week, throughout the day 'Mad Scientists' held 5 interactive hands-on Science sessions which consisted of:  Watts Up, Magnetic Magic, Lights Camera Reaction and Optical Illusions.

Pupils couldn't wait to participate and were mesmerised by the results.

May Half Term Treat

For the end of May half term treat, Norfolk Wild Encounters bought onto our school playing field a selection of birds of prey they had rescued or hand reared, including: a barn owl, a harris hawk, an American eagle owl, a tawny owl and a great grey owl.


Varley, a hearing dog, visited our school with his owner Ann Jillings to inform  pupils of all the good work Varley, and other trained dogs do to support deaf people.  Anne, who has a 13 year old deaf son Daniel, couldn't praise Varley enough and through a power-point Daniel said Varley had changed his life.

Our school recently raised the fantastic amount of  £1142.16, which is going to be used to train another dog like Varley to help someone else.


Rotary Club - Great Yarmouth

Great Yarmouth Rotary Club joined our school assembly, Tuesday 6th November, to hand each child in Year 3 a new dictionary.

Dog's Trust

Our visitor today, Thursday 22nd March, was Jo from our local Dog's Trust.  She gave advice on keeping safe around dogs, followed by workshops in the Year 3 and 4 classes.