It’s not every day a racing car parks on a school playground and pupils were amazed when it happened in a West Norfolk village this week.
Year 7 science students at a West Norfolk secondary school have learnt the truth of the phrase ‘don’t ask, don’t get’ after writing to legendary wildlife broadcaster Sir David Attenborough with a query about their studies – and receiving a handwritten reply.
A group of Year 10 students at a high school in King's Lynn have had a chance to show how far they have chosen to take their studies beyond the bounds of the curriculum after presenting their higher projects to staff and school governors.
A chain of schools across the borough has given the stars of tomorrow an extra-curricular helping hand by organising a West Norfolk’s Got Talent competition for its pupils.
This year’s BBC Springwatch programme will be closely watched by pupils at West Norfolk schools which have close ties with the venue being used by Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan and crew.
There was a purple haze at one West Norfolk primary school when pupils dressed to support two charities which use the colour in their logos.
With the world of work beset by talk of job losses, redundancies and economic crisis, this may seem like a perilous time to be entering the world of employment, but some of the Springwood’s class of 2020 are getting used to post-school life having taken up apprenticeships.
The national anthem is likely to be played with particular enthusiasm by the young musicians after a £2,000 grant with royal connections will further help support music teaching in West Norfolk Academies Trust schools.
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