A fabulous morning of fun was enjoyed by toddlers this week to raise money for charity.
The sell-out summer special sessions on Tuesday (August 24) at Dersingham Village Centre were organised by baby and toddler activity providers Munchkin and Me and Little City Norfolk to raise money for the Eilidh Brown Memorial Fund.
An award-winning home care company is hosting a virtual hiring event next week to recruit for a variety of caring positions as the company continues to grow.
Extra Hands - based in Heacham - have roles available for those looking for full-time work and wishing to become a social carer, support worker, care assistant, or health care assistant to provide domiciliary care to people with a range of disabilities.
Staff and students at Marshland High School were celebrating this morning as this year’s GCSE results were revealed.
High achievers included Aiden Falkus whose results included four 9s, four 8s, and one 7, and Olivia Marshall whose results included four 9s, two 8s and three 7s.
There were celebrations at Springwood High School this morning when students arrived to collect their GCSE results.
High-performing students included Anoushka Chandrasekar and Merissa Lawrence who both achieved 11 grade 9s while Karishhma Srikantha picked up 10 grades 9s and one grade 8, and Fatima Massawi obtained nine grade 9s and two grade 8s as well as Alisha Gail Bedeser who was celebrating nine grade 9s, one Distinction, and one grade 8.
There were smiles at Glyn School in Epsom this morning when students collected their GCSE results.
High achievers included Yang Liu who achieved 10 9s, and Kieran Meah who received eight 9s and one 8.
Yang said: “I am pretty excited about my results. I did not think I would get 9’s in everything”.
Kieran added: “I am over the moon. I didn’t expect so many 9s. I am so happy because I worked so hard”.
Students at St Clement’s High School celebrated excellent GCSE results today.
George Willingham, Gemma Rumsey, Charly Spurge, and Tracy Xue were amongst the school's top achievers.
Sixteen-year-old George is setting out on his road to becoming a doctor after securing eight 9s and three 8s. He will be going to Springwood next month to study his A levels before hopefully heading to medical school.
Rosebery students Rachel Brewin, Alanna Hazelewood, Sophie Cmoch, Lucy Hagley, Emma Amselem, Molly Bailey and Sophie Turney were among the students celebrating their A Level Results today.
It was back to school for James Wild as he visited St Clement’s High School where he found classrooms full of students even though it’s the summer holiday.
A big-hearted primary school pupil has helped dry her mother’s tears by organising fundraising to help children born ‘under not so lucky stars.’
The pupil at St Robert’s First School, Morpeth, a member of the Bishop Bewick Catholic Education Trust, is running more than 300 miles along with her brother and sister to raise money for Save the Children after she noticed a tear in her mother’s eye.
The end of term was a time of mixed emotions for staff and pupils at a Northumberland school as it said farewell to its headteacher of 20 years.
Samantha Leslie has seen many changes over the course of her career and during her time at St Aidan’s, Ashington, she saw it successfully navigate a move to become a primary school.
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