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Southery students celebrate harvest festival

Southery Academy held their Harvest Festival assembly on Friday, October 13 and children were asked to bring in a donation on the day.

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Downham Market primary school expansion plans revealed

Plans have been revealed to expand a primary school in Downham and increase it to a 630 pupil facility.

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Fakenham Sixth Form. Photo: SUBMITTED.

‘Popularity’ of Fakenham Sixth Form grows with new facilities

Fakenham Sixth Form is set to officially open its new building next month, after a £770,000 investment in dedicated facilities for sixth formers at Fakenham Academy.

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Session in Downham Market to help keep families safe on the internet

Session in Downham Market to help keep families safe on the internet

A charity is hoping to make parents and children aware of how to stay safe online with a presentation in Downham next month.

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Fishy lesson on menu for West Norfolk students

Fishy lesson on menu for West Norfolk students

Students from three West Norfolk schools have been given a taste of the seas with a lesson in fish preparation.

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Watlington School Council Elections Pitured centre King's Lynn Mayor Carol Bower with all candidates for the school council elections.

Watlington Community Primary held a school council election

Four officers and two class representative were elected at Watlington Community Primary School on Friday, when pupils went head-to-head in a school council election.

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Earl of Wessex visits Springwood High School

Earl of Wessex visits Springwood High School

Trustee of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (DofE), The Earl of Wessex, visited Springwood High School on Tuesday to speak to students from across four Norfolk schools about their DofE achievements.

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Pupils from class 6J and 6T at South Wootton Junior School with some of the items, which are being taken to Guana by Year 6 Teacher Sarah Jay (centre of photo), during her visit in the October half term.

South Wootton students to share school supplies overseas

A parachute, rounders bats and dominoes are just some of the equipment bought by a West Norfolk school for their peers in Ghana thanks to money raised by the pupils.

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Author Andrew Bickerton with illustrator Sue Kingston

Retired teacher prompts children to care for planet

A Great Massingham man is releasing a children’s book to educate youngsters about the “life cycle of a seemingly insignificant thing”.

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Tilnet All Saints History Group open day

Tilney All Saints project to honour war dead a century on

Village historians and local school children have joined forces for a new project to commemorate the men of their community who fell in the First World War.

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Anthony Curton Primary School

Rotary Clubs donate 1,900 dictionaries to primary schools in King’s Lynn

Lynn’s three Rotary Clubs are gifting 1,900 illustrated dictionaries to youngsters across the town’s primary schools.

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Iceni Academy unveils new student leaders

Iceni Academy unveils new student leaders

A new student leadership team has been appointed at the Iceni Academy in Methwold.

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Graduation procession through King's Lynn Town Centre Graduates from The College of West Anglia. .Pictured Graduates celebrating their achievement.

Lynn students celebrate on graduation day

Scores of students celebrated their successes at the weekend as the University Centre West Anglia’s annual graduation ceremony took place at Lynn’s Corn Exchange.

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Graduation procession through King's Lynn Town Centre Graduates from The College of West Anglia.

Students from University Centre West Anglia celebrate degree success

Students from Lynn’s University Centre West Anglia celebrated their degree successes at the weekend.

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West Norfolk schools to teach students about the dangers of criminal exploitation and drug dealing

West Norfolk schools to teach students about the dangers of criminal exploitation and drug dealing

A play teaching young people about the dangers of criminal exploitation and drug dealing is being rolled out in high schools from next week.

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West Norfolk Council support proposal for new nursery and primary school in Gayton

West Norfolk Council committee members have backed a proposal to build a new nursery and primary school in Gayton.

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Premier League Trophy visiting Hunstanton Primary School.

Hunstanton school children enjoy Premier League experience

Many youngsters dream of lifting the Premier League trophy and pupils at Hunstanton Primary School have now had a closer look at the silverware.

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Members of King's Lynn Trinity Rotary Club presenting Howard Junior School pupils with dictionaries. Pictured are: John Taylor, back left, and Malcolm Wood with Evie (far left), Kirsty, Evie and Lukenya. Photo: SUBMITTED.

Rotary group helps Howard Junior School pupils turn the page

A group in Lynn is helping pupils extend their vocabularies after presenting more than 100 dictionaries to them.

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Students of Whitefriars Primary Academy, King's Lynn, with a PCSO during the school's Aspirations Week. Photo: SUBMITTED.

Whitefriars Primary Academy pupils get a flavour of the future

Youngsters at Lynn’s Whitefriars Primary Academy got a taste of what their futures could hold during Aspirations Week last week.

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Dr Kalpana Tadikonda and Dr Tim Mawson

Oxford academic mentors King Edward VII Academy RE teacher

A King Edward VII Academy teacher is to be mentored by an Oxford academic as part of a programme to aid teachers’ professional development.

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