Extra Hands' Rising Star awards acknowledge and celebrate the work of their newest employees, who have joined within the last year.
The latest recipient from their Broadland office is Kerry Williams, who hasn’t looked back since making the leap from catering to caring.
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.
Staff and students are working together to raise money for a selfless Wisbech teenager who is being treated for cancer, but thinking of others.
Literary characters were brought to life as pupils and staff at Meridian High (New Addington) and Hillcroft (Caterham), both members of GLF Schools, celebrated the 25th anniversary of World Book Day.
World Book Day at St St Charles’ Catholic Primary School held a day of activities to celebrate World Book Day, with pupils donning costumes and taking part in literary-themed quizzes and writing exercises.
Literary characters were brought to life at six Surrey schools, each a member of GLF Schools, as pupils and staff at Banstead Infants, The Vale (Epsom), Salfords, Hillcroft (Caterham), Cordwalles (Camberley), Pine Ridge & Lorraine (Camberley) celebrated the 25th anniversary of World Book Day.
Literary characters were brought to life by more than 40 members of staff who embraced World Book Day today at a Wisbech academy.
Students were invited to spot the characters to enter a competition to help mark the national event which encourages a love of books among school pupils.
A coven of witches, a Mad Hatter, and Cruella de Vil were some of the characters brought to life at Merstham Park School today.
Staff dressed up as a range of literary characters from the Great Gatsby to the world of Roald Dahl, which has followed a variety of literary based activities throughout this week.
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.
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