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Excellent achievement is honoured at King’s Lynn college

Students and staff from the College of West Anglia dressed to impress at Alive Corn Exchange on Wednesday to celebrate academic and personal achievement at the annual awards ceremony.

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East Rudham archaeology dig 
Left to right Michael Viner, Ayla Freij-Nichols and Chris Wayland

Youngsters get involved in archaeological dig in East Rudham

Students from a number of schools across West Norfolk and Fenland took part in an archaeological dig at East Rudham on Thursday.

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Author Jill Murphy visits South Wootton Juinor School Pictured Seated Author Jill Murphy . Teacher Tina Tostevin with pupils of year four.

Author is popular visitor to South Wootton school

Well-known author Jill Murphy, who is regarded as one of the most engaging writers and illustrators for children in the land, was a popular visitor to South Wootton Junior School on Monday last week.

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West Norfolk schoolboy in isolation until hair grows back

A West Norfolk schoolboy has been put in isolation because an “inappropriate” haircut that his family says was deemed acceptable by the army.

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KES Academy Prom evening at the school, King's Lynn

A glittering prom evening for students in King’s Lynn

Teenagers in Lynn enjoyed some glitz and glam on Friday to celebrate the end of their academic years.

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West Norfolk schools in line for £3 million building cash boost

More than £3 million of extra funding is set to be allocated to school building projects in West Norfolk, a new report has revealed.

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Den Day at Nelson Academy. Pictured in centre at back second left Teacher Lisa Jack with  Year six pupils.

Downham Market pupils show off creativity on den day

Students at Nelson Academy enjoyed some time in the sunshine last Friday to coincide with Save The Children’s den day.

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North Wootton Community School triumphed in the public speaking competition run by Soroptimist International of Kings Lynn.

North Wootton Community School triumph in public speaking competition

Primary Schools from across Lynn were at King Edward VII Academy on Thursday to battle it out in the annual public speaking competition run by Soroptimist International of Lynn.

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RAF Marham re-dedication of the stations Blue Bull Roundabout exactly 50 years to the day that it was originally dedicated to the station 31st August 2016

Air base links ‘help Marham schools’, inspector reports

A village school’s links with a nearby air base have helped pupils attending it and its partner school, an inspector says.

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Youngsters from Tilney All Saints and Anthony Curton primary schools performing at Ely Cathedral

Walpole St Peter and Tilney All Saints pupils at the cathedral

Children from sister schools Anthony Curton School at Walpole St Peter and Tilney All Saints Primary Schools went to Ely Cathedral to participate in a Science and God Festival.

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BeLong Education Project at Houghton Hall with pupils from Fairstead Primary School, King's Lynn

King’s Lynn pupils enjoy arty day at Houghton Hall

Children from a Lynn primary school had a day in the stately surroundings of Houghton Hall on Tuesday to learn more about ‘land art’.

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Whitefriars CE Primary Academy celebrates GOOD OFSTED Pictured Centre Headteacher Mathew Tuckwood with sixth form pupils

King’s Lynn school on right track after Ofsted visit, says head

A Lynn school is “heading in the right direction” following praise from Ofsted inspectors, according to its headteacher.

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Castle Acre Primary School fun run IAO RNLI. Pictured  Oak Class Yr 4,5,6 preparing for the fun run with Teacher  Karen Shrimpton

Castle Acre schoolchildren get on their marks to help RNLI

Pupils of a village school near Swaffham have kept on running to help raise hundreds of pounds for the RNLI.

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Southery pupils go on the run for cancer charity

Southery pupils go on the run for cancer charity

Youngsters at the Southery Academy have raised hundreds of pounds for Cancer Research by taking part in a Race for Life-themed event at the school.

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Year 6 pupils who have been involved in the stem project at Terrington St Clement Community Primary School, also in pic (left)  Kevin Hackett (professional Engineer)

Youngsters build go-kart at Terrington St Clement school

Pupils at Terrington St Clement Community School have built a go-kart as part of a school project.

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Snettisham Primary School celebrate 'good' Ofsted

‘Good’ rating for Snettisham Primary School

Snettisham Primary School has received a ‘good’ rating from Ofsted inspectors – just three years after it was reported to be in special measures.

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The crest above the entrance to King's Lynn Court in College Lane.

Downham Market teacher given suspended prison term for sexting pupil

A 27-year-old former Downham teacher has been handed a suspended prison sentence after admitting exchanging 30 sexual images and 15 videos with a pupil.

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King's Lynn Flitcham Church of England Primary Academy receives 'good' Ofsted rating

Flitcham Primary Academy celebrate their ‘good’ Ofsted report

A West Norfolk primary school has been rated as ‘good’ by Ofsted - marking its first inspection since becoming an academy.

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Greyfriars Primary School King's Lynn holding their own mini General Election Vote
LtoR, Back Row, Kiriththika Srikanth, Seb Chowns, Oliver Boss.
LtoR, Front Row, Andrew Blows, Pippa Cook, Piper Smith.

Pupils have their say in King’s Lynn school’s mini-election

Their parents may be going to the polling station today, but pupils at one Lynn school were determined to have their say on election day too.

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Carol Bower Mayor of Kings Lynn and West Norfolk at Gayton School

Mayor visits art exhibition in Gayton

Talented artists at a West Norfolk village school have had the civic eye cast over their work.

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