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West Norfolk youngsters share First World War knowledge after school project

West Norfolk youngsters share First World War knowledge after school project

West Norfolk youngsters share First World War knowledge after school project

12 October 2018

Pupils at St Germans Academy impressed members of the King’s Lynn branch of Royal British Legion last week with their knowledge of First World War.


King's Lynn school pupils are keeping safe after receiving reflective badges

King's Lynn school pupils are keeping safe after receiving reflective badges

King's Lynn school pupils are keeping safe after receiving reflective badges

12 October 2018

Pupils at Howard Junior School have received a special reflective badge, as part of KLFM’s Simon Rowe’s safety scheme.


Second site considered for West Norfolk village school

Second site considered for West Norfolk village school

Second site considered for West Norfolk village school

12 October 2018

A second site is now being considered as the new home of a West Norfolk village school, officials have admitted.


Celebrations for students on King's Lynn university graduation day

Celebrations for students on King's Lynn university graduation day

Celebrations for students on King's Lynn university graduation day

08 October 2018

Student of the year says 'don't think twice' about choosing Lynn for degree


Bumper investment in Gaywood Primary School library to aid learning

Bumper investment in Gaywood Primary School library to aid learning

Bumper investment in Gaywood Primary School library to aid learning

06 October 2018

Children at Gaywood Primary School can now delve into new reading adventures following a bumper library investment.


A real success story for Howard Junior youngsters

A real success story for Howard Junior youngsters

A real success story for Howard Junior youngsters

03 October 2018

Gaywood Library’s children’s librarian has presented Howard Junior School pupils with summer reading challenge certificates.


Schools in Norfolk ‘on their knees’ as funding per pupil drops

Schools in Norfolk ‘on their knees’ as funding per pupil drops

Schools in Norfolk ‘on their knees’ as funding per pupil drops

01 October 2018

Spending per pupil in Norfolk’s school has dropped significantly in real terms, according to an analysis of figures from the Department for Education.


King's Lynn college restaurant receives excellence certificate

King's Lynn college restaurant receives excellence certificate

King's Lynn college restaurant receives excellence certificate

01 October 2018

Lynn’s College of West Anglia’s Novus restaurant has achieved a TripAdvisor certificate of excellence for a fourth consecutive year.


‘It was an oompa loompatastic day’ at Howard Junior School

‘It was an oompa loompatastic day’ at Howard Junior School

‘It was an oompa loompatastic day’ at Howard Junior School

28 September 2018

Pupils at Howard Junior School are pictured as they enjoyed a Roald Dahl-themed day of activities on Wednesday.


Parents' vision realised as new sensory garden is opened at King's Lynn school

Parents' vision realised as new sensory garden is opened at King's Lynn school

Parents' vision realised as new sensory garden is opened at King's Lynn school

26 September 2018

Mayor unveils new facility at town academy


Southery school stages Race for Life fundraiser

Southery school stages Race for Life fundraiser

Southery school stages Race for Life fundraiser

26 September 2018

Hundreds raised as school leaves classroom for afternoon event


A jean-ius idea to fundraise at Terrington St Clement school

A jean-ius idea to fundraise at Terrington St Clement school

A jean-ius idea to fundraise at Terrington St Clement school

25 September 2018

There was a change of dress code on Friday, as students of St Clements’ High, Terrington St Clement took part in a Jeans for Genes fundraiser.


King's Lynn hospital governor receives honorary degree

King's Lynn hospital governor receives honorary degree

King's Lynn hospital governor receives honorary degree

23 September 2018

A semi-retired North Wootton man has been awarded an honorary degree for his contribution to a redevelopment project.


Ex-KES scholars agree to carry on association

Ex-KES scholars agree to carry on association

Ex-KES scholars agree to carry on association

23 September 2018

One of Lynn’s oldest school organisations was in danger of folding for good but has been saved by members at the 11th hour.


West Norfolk village school ‘improving, but more still to do’

West Norfolk village school ‘improving, but more still to do’

West Norfolk village school ‘improving, but more still to do’

22 September 2018

A West Norfolk village primary school is improving, but further progress is still needed, education inspectors have said.


Hunstanton school has ‘real family atmosphere’, says new head

Hunstanton school has ‘real family atmosphere’, says new head

Hunstanton school has ‘real family atmosphere’, says new head

21 September 2018

The new headmaster of an independent school in Hunstanton has said he wants to continue its “academic excellence”.


King's Lynn school pupils receive iPads at 'graduation' ceremony to aid learning

King's Lynn school pupils receive iPads at 'graduation' ceremony to aid learning

King's Lynn school pupils receive iPads at 'graduation' ceremony to aid learning

21 September 2018

Pupils who have recently started at a school in Lynn were presented with iPads on Wednesday as part of its programme to aid their learning.


West Norfolk children’s soldiers to mark war sacrifices

West Norfolk children’s soldiers to mark war sacrifices

West Norfolk children’s soldiers to mark war sacrifices

21 September 2018

West Norfolk schoolchildren decorated wooden soldiers and placed them in Lynn’s Tower Gardens as part of WWI Soldiers Remembered, on Tuesday.


Retired teacher displays earth’s history with 100m tape in Downham Market

Retired teacher displays earth’s history with 100m tape in Downham Market

Retired teacher displays earth’s history with 100m tape in Downham Market

21 September 2018

Millions of years of the earth’s history were on display in Downham last week when a retired teacher showcased a 100m tape for students to see.


Docking youngsters gear up for popular village event

Docking youngsters gear up for popular village event

Docking youngsters gear up for popular village event

19 September 2018

Village ready for seventh annual Hare Fair celebration


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