Pupils get taste of big school at Terrington St Clement

Year 10 catering students Tyler King (left) and Travis Ward (right) preparing Focaccia Bread, also in pic Debbie Harrison Food Technology Teacher (back left) ANL-140310-081135009
Year 10 catering students Tyler King (left) and Travis Ward (right) preparing Focaccia Bread, also in pic Debbie Harrison Food Technology Teacher (back left) ANL-140310-081135009
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It’s at around this time of the year that pupils and parents start to think about the transition from primary to secondary school.

With that in mind, schools around West Norfolk have been opening their doors to prospective new students during a series of open events.

Eliza Bennell (left) Head ogf Science with Jack Sutton (10) from West Lynn Primary School ANL-140310-081049009

Eliza Bennell (left) Head ogf Science with Jack Sutton (10) from West Lynn Primary School ANL-140310-081049009

Among them was the St Clement’s High in Terrington St Clement, where would-be pupils were able to see some of the wide range of activities on offer and even have a go themselves.

St Clements High School year 6 open day''Drama Students giving demonstations for visitors ANL-140310-081022009

St Clements High School year 6 open day''Drama Students giving demonstations for visitors ANL-140310-081022009