Your West Norfolk home schooling photos
Children across the region are having to adapt to learning from home as schools have been forced to close to pupils except those with special circumstances.
As these photos sent in to us demonstrate, students are certainly excelling at getting on with their school routine at home.
Local schools have been encouraging pupils to make use of online resources for their core subjects, while also taking time to exercise since there are no regular PE lessons at the moment.
One parent, whose two daughters attend St Martha's Primary school and Springwood High School, said both schools have provided enough materials to keep them both busy from 9am to 3pm on weekdays. Both of the parents are key workers but the pupils can still work at home using these materials.
She said: "We started straight away from Monday with a routine in our house to get homework done. But straight after breakfast every day the girls love training with Joe Wicks on YouTube as PE lessons that is giving them endorphins.
"They are missing teachers, friends, however they try to catch up with friends on Facetime in the afternoon so they don't feel so alone."
She advised all parents to stay at home, stick to a routine, make time for exercise and keep in touch with friends via social media.
Danielle Kirk's son Tristan-James, aged 6, has a learning theme for each weekday, including "Forest School" on Wednesday and "TJ the Zookeeper" on Thursday.
She said: "He has absolutely loved learning at home, instead of doing blocks of learning we're doing theme days. I've made an Instagram with a massive Google Drive link full of free resources, it's @inspirationforisolation.
"Learning isn't just sitting at a desk, there's so many opportunities to learn with play!"
Andrew Gedge, assistant principal at the College of West Anglia, said: "The College of West Anglia has moved successfully to support our students remotely.
"We have always had a really successful Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) and Student communication tool that enables learning beyond the classroom.
"This VLE is well used by students downloading the app or accessing through the pc to engage with their staff members remotely."
College students also have video conferencing tools to contact staff for additional educational support.
Mr Gedge continued: "The course directors and student support teamers are equally as focussed on the support for students safety and welfare.
"We have had an excellent response from our fantastic teaching staff to move into this mode of delivery fully from Monday to provide as much as possible teaching, learning and assessment as usual.
"We are also supporting students of key workers and those identified on the vulnerable list with face to face teaching at our King's Lynn campus.
"Our Applewood Nursery is also stepping up to support those young children of key workers as part of our response to the Prime Minister's request."
Louise Page said her children had taken the time to make some posters to go inside a hamper for staff at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
She said: "These posters were made to go in some hampers and other goodies we made.
"They were taken up to the hospital for the staff to enjoy and bring a little bit of happiness to them."
Thank you to everyone who sent in pictures, and apologies if we missed any of you out.
We will be publishing the best ones in an upcoming edition of the newspaper.
To send in your own photos of children learning at home, email firstname.lastname@example.org or message us on Facebook and Twitter.