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Language lessons on King's Lynn college agenda

Language lessons on King's Lynn college agenda

Language lessons on King's Lynn college agenda

31 March 2019

College staff and students in Lynn have undergone training in a unique language programme for people with learning disabilities.


Downham Market Academy welcomes Holocaust survivor

Downham Market Academy welcomes Holocaust survivor

Downham Market Academy welcomes Holocaust survivor

29 March 2019

Pupils at Downham Market Academy were visited by Holocaust survivor Jane Webber this week, which was organised by the Holocaust Educational Trust.


Children’s dinosaur fossil display on show in museum

Children’s dinosaur fossil display on show in museum

Children’s dinosaur fossil display on show in museum

29 March 2019

School pupils create dinosaur fossils for museum cabinet display


National Youth Theatre to offer pop-up audition hope

National Youth Theatre to offer pop-up audition hope

National Youth Theatre to offer pop-up audition hope

28 March 2019

Calling all talented young people!


Students plant bulbs at King's Lynn hospital in citizenship programme

Students plant bulbs at King's Lynn hospital in citizenship programme

Students plant bulbs at King's Lynn hospital in citizenship programme

26 March 2019

Students from the College of West Anglia have planted bulbs at various sites around Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital.


King's Lynn convent pupils to be reunited 50 years later

King's Lynn convent pupils to be reunited 50 years later

King's Lynn convent pupils to be reunited 50 years later

26 March 2019

Half a century on from its closure, former pupils and teachers of a Lynn convent are set to be reunited in May.


Village ‘will see school site assessment’

Village ‘will see school site assessment’

Village ‘will see school site assessment’

26 March 2019

Education chiefs say residents of West Norfolk village will have the chance to see assessments of a second potential site for new primary school


South Wootton youngsters get interactive for 'immersive' RE lesson

South Wootton youngsters get interactive for 'immersive' RE lesson

South Wootton youngsters get interactive for 'immersive' RE lesson

25 March 2019

Youngsters in South Wootton enjoyed an RE lesson with a difference last week when the Key to Life trailer paid them a visit.


Rocket man Rod fuels King's Lynn pupils’ aspirations

Rocket man Rod fuels King's Lynn pupils’ aspirations

Rocket man Rod fuels King's Lynn pupils’ aspirations

22 March 2019

It was an out of this world experience for pupils at Howard Junior School in Gaywood yesterday when rocket enthusiast Rod Stevenson paid them a visit.


School in Downham Market recognised for its support of last year's Poppy Appeal

School in Downham Market recognised for its support of last year's Poppy Appeal

School in Downham Market recognised for its support of last year's Poppy Appeal

21 March 2019

Pupils at a school in Downham have been recognised for their fundraising efforts for last year’s Poppy Appeal.


Prestigious art award for school at Natural History Museum

Prestigious art award for school at Natural History Museum

Prestigious art award for school at Natural History Museum

19 March 2019

Children from a West Norfolk primary school have been recognised for their artwork illustrating concern for the environment


Children get creative with robot coding at Downham Market library

Children get creative with robot coding at Downham Market library

Children get creative with robot coding at Downham Market library

16 March 2019

Youngsters got hands-on with a real robot at a coding event at Downham Market Library last week.


Dozens of King's Lynn pupils take part in 'Fridays for Future' climate change protest

Dozens of King's Lynn pupils take part in 'Fridays for Future' climate change protest

Dozens of King's Lynn pupils take part in 'Fridays for Future' climate change protest

15 March 2019

Students from a number of schools in Lynn took part in a strike today outside KES Academy to raise awareness of climate change.


Strong support for town’s new primary school on site of Sacred Heart

Strong support for town’s new primary school on site of Sacred Heart

Strong support for town’s new primary school on site of Sacred Heart

15 March 2019

The school would open on the site of the current Sacred Heart School which is due to close in July after the summer term


Musical youth hit the right note on stage

Musical youth hit the right note on stage

Musical youth hit the right note on stage

15 March 2019

The organiser of a school music concert in the Corn Exchange this week has hailed the event as a great success


Parents’ safety fears as school shuts access point

Parents’ safety fears as school shuts access point

Parents’ safety fears as school shuts access point

15 March 2019

A parent has claimed children’s safety is being put at risk after they were barred from using an alternative entry point


College of West Anglia apprentices recognised at awards night

College of West Anglia apprentices recognised at awards night

College of West Anglia apprentices recognised at awards night

12 March 2019

A total of nineteen awards were handed out to apprentices at the college for a range of fields including engineering, horticulture and brickwork


Musical Lynn schools set for Corn Exchange stage

Musical Lynn schools set for Corn Exchange stage

Musical Lynn schools set for Corn Exchange stage

12 March 2019

Seven primary schools will be performing a music concert at the Lynn Corn Exchange tonight (Tuesday, March 12)


New scheme to fight period poverty launched at King's Lynn college campus

New scheme to fight period poverty launched at King's Lynn college campus

New scheme to fight period poverty launched at King's Lynn college campus

10 March 2019

A West Norfolk MEP has visited the campus to give her backing to the scheme

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Fictional characters brought to life as thousands celebrate World Book Day in West Norfolk

Fictional characters brought to life as thousands celebrate World Book Day in West Norfolk

Fictional characters brought to life as thousands celebrate World Book Day in West Norfolk

08 March 2019

Imaginations ran wild yesterday as thousands of pupils and staff in West Norfolk celebrated World Book Day by bringing fictional characters to life.


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