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Police station workers build bridges at King’s Lynn nursery

A construction company has taken time out of a £3 million project to put smiles on the faces of staff and children at a Lynn nursery.

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King’s Lynn school issues bike theft warning

Officials at a secondary school in Lynn have warned people not to leave their bicycles at the premises after a spate of thefts in the area.

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Children from Nelson Academy in Downham Market taking part in the Noted Liars project. Photo: SUBMITTED.

Project revives past in Downham Market schools

Students at primary schools in the Downham area have been learning more about their roots thanks to a Heritage Lottery-funded project.

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Terrington St Clement Community School, staff from Learning Resources in King's Lynn will be handing out pods of Playfoam to children who cycle to school to mark Bike to School Day.
Abbie Wood (front left) and Laura Fox (back right) from Learning Resources with the pods, along with some of the pupils who cycled to school, also in picture (front right) Georgia Newell (Year 6 Teacher and Cycle event organiser)

Terrington St Clement school teams up with firm to lead cycling initiative

Village education leaders have teamed up with a Lynn company in a fresh bid to encourage pupils to have a healthier school run.

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New Microsoft education for West Norfolk

New Microsoft education for West Norfolk

The College of West Anglia are offering people the chance to improve their Microsoft skills at their own academy this spring.

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BookLife staff, from left: Danielle Jones, Danielle Rippengill, Steffi Cavell-Clarke and Eleanor Pettet.

King’s Lynn publisher pledges £1m for school match-funding book scheme

A publishing company in Lynn is doing its bit to help schools in the country by pledging £1 million towards literary 
resources.

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The Galloper Wind Farm pre-assembly site at Great Yarmouth Outer Harbour, Ben Hutchinson being shown around by Peter Scott-Andrews - Pic by TMS Media

Denver’s Ben sees the future of energy

A 16-year-old college student from Denver has been given a close-up look at the energy of the future on a Norfolk quayside.

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Children at Downham Preparatory School with their Easter bonnets. Photo: SUBMITTED.

Eggs-cellent work from pupils in Downham Market

Creativity was rife at a school in Downham last week, as pupils donned their homemade Easter bonnets for the festive season.

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Easter fair at St Edmund's Academy Kings Lynn

Easter eggs-travaganza at fayre in King’s Lynn

Visitors to an Easter Fayre in North Lynn enjoyed an array of seasonal activities on Saturday.

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Easter fayre at Clenchwarton Pre-School,
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Avah Ferrucci, Freddie Knott and Brody Knott

Cracking day at Easter Fayre in Clenchwarton

Cake decorating, an Easter egg and spoon race, and a seasonal hoopla game were all part of an Easter fayre to fundraise for Clenchwarton Preschool in the village on Saturday.

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COSMOS science workshop at Lynn Town Hall 
Anabelle Martin 7 and Archie Martin 9

Families enter the Cosmos at King’s Lynn science show

Families have been stepping into the world of science during a special roadshow in Lynn this week.

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South Wootton Infant school celebrates it's 50th Anniversary by opening  their new library. Pictured Head teacher Jo Davenport with children  in the new library.

New South Wootton school library opens during 50th anniversary celebration

Pupils at the South Wootton Infant School celebrated the start of the Easter holidays by taking a first look at their newly-refurbished library.

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Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary - Rainforest ranger, Ally Sharp, handles Monty, a Royal python, one of the smaller members of the species found in central and western Africa

Visitors to get a flavour of the jungle at Hunstanton attraction

Visitors to a popular West Norfolk attraction will now have the chance to enjoy an extremely exotic experience.

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Emneth school completes academy move, despite trust sponsor withdrawal

Emneth school completes academy move, despite trust sponsor withdrawal

A village school has completed its transition to academy status, days after the sponsor of the trust it has joined announced it was pulling out of the group.

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Writer’s inspiration for Howard pupils

Writer’s inspiration for Howard pupils

A leading children’s author inspired youngsters when she visited their school before the Easter break.

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Elizabeth Truss MP Member of Parliament for South West Norfolk, Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice, will be joining pupils and staff at Hillcrest Primary, Downham Market to mark Comic Relief day and to take part in a question and answer session, with members of the school council, the pupils are dressed up for Comic Relief.

Downham Market students get political for quiz with MP

Pupils at a school in Downham got political when they were visited by their local MP on Friday last week.

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King’s Lynn college students support Comic Relief

King’s Lynn college students support Comic Relief

Level 2 Enterprise Skills students from Lynn’s College of West Anglia campus joined in the Comic Relief fun on Friday.

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Careers fair at Nelson Academy School Downham Market.. Pictured Richard Allen and Scott Jarvis (Spring Board TV) with children from year 6.

A look towards the future for schoolchildren in Downham Market

Students at a primary school in Downham have been given a taste of what the future could hold for them thanks to a careers fair.

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Downham Prep School students enjoy a demonstration from Fens Falconry.

Downham Market pupils make strides with science in activities week

Pupils at a school in Downham have enjoyed a series of scientific experiences to coincide with British Science Week.

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Sixth form students at KES watch a demostration about the process of removing someone from a car accident by the emegency services.

King’s Lynn youngsters experience first-hand impact of road safety

Students at a Lynn Academy experienced first-hand the impact of a road traffic collision at an event designed to help keep them safe on the borough’s roads.

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