A new canteen facility exclusively for the use of sixth formers at Springwood High School has proved to be very much to the taste of the students.
Students at Marshland High School have heard first-hand the moving story of how a Holocaust survivor was hidden from the Nazis by two brave sisters.
Marcel Ladenheim held an online webinar with year 9 students, who have been studying the genocide carried out during World War II.
Children from primary schools across West Norfolk gathered together for a literary event at the Corn Exchange in King's Lynn.
The event saw 18 pupils from six primary schools in the West Norfolk Academies Trust (WNAT) come together for the first time in months following the lifting of covid restrictions.
Smithdon High School has launched an annual literary festival to celebrate World Book Day and help inspire a love of reading and writing in students.
The Hunstanton secondary school held a week of activities for all year groups, including visits by authors, and writing competitions.
Children at Clenchwarton Primary School took part in a mega maths day to help raise funds for charity.
Pupils dressed up in costumes with a maths-related theme for the NSPCC’s annual Number Day.
The children were invited to support the charity by making a small donation, with the school raising a total of £103.
West Norfolk schools are helping language students get a flavour of different countries by holding themed meals, cinema experiences and encouraging baking of traditional European dishes.
West Norfolk Academies Trust schools hold reward breakfasts and afternoon teas to celebrate effort and learning in modern foreign languages (MFL) throughout the term.
Students at Smithdon High School have been dreaming of a ‘Green Christmas’ - by making a tree out of recycled materials.
The environmentally friendly festive decoration was created by Year 7 students using chicken wire, cardboard, old school postcards, string and wool at Smithdon, one of 50 schools in the country recently chosen to receive a multi-million pound investment to be rebuilt.
A search for music teachers has been launched by a leading group of West Norfolk schools after a surge in demand for singing lessons from students.
West Norfolk Academies Trust has seen a huge rise in secondary school pupils keen to learn how to sing after the lifting of Covid restrictions impacting music lessons.
The organiser of the Duke of Edinburgh award for the West Norfolk Academies Trust has become one of a small group of people to receive Royal recognition for exceptional dedication to the role.
Pauline Petch has been involved with the scheme for nearly 10 years, running it to begin with at Springwood High School and then managing it across the four high schools of the West Norfolk Academies Trust.
Students at Marshland High have joined schools across the UK to write a poignant poem marking the anniversary of an accident which claimed the life of a Red Arrows pilot.
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