St Clement’s High School at Terrington St Clement held its Super Learning Day on Tuesday.
Year 8 pupils held their careers fair, youngsters in Year 9 had a trip to Duxford to learn about World War One, Year 10 studied science and Year 11 had maths and English revision.
Anglian Water visited the school to teach Year 7 pupils about problems caused to pipes and the environment.
Deputy head Tom Duce said: “They were very good with the pupils and spoke about problems caused when cotton buds, tea bags and wet wipes are flushed down the toilet. Year 7 pupils are pictured with Richard Park of Anglian Water. MLNF15PM02005.