Archive for November, 2014

Tuesday 24th November 2014.

Children from Queen’s Hill School were invited to meet Kate Middleton at the Norfolk Showground.

The Duchess was greeted by a group of excited children, including some whose siblings use EACH hospices.

The Duchess was all smiles as a little girl swept her a cheeky curtsey before presenting her with a bunch of flowers as she arrived at the event, which was held on behalf of the East Anglia Children’s Hospices Appeal.

Cerys and Caitlyn are both pupils at the local Queen’s Hill Primary School and said they had been practising for their big moment.

‘She said “are you missing school for this?” and we told her we had been practising curtseying at school,’ revealed a delighted Cerys afterwards.


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Anti-Bullying Week – Curriculum Day 17th November

This year we are calling on the school community to take action to stop the bullying of ALL children and young people – including disabled children and those with special educational needs – children who are significantly more likely to experience bullying in schools and the wider community.

All children were invited to wear blue, the anti-bullying colour.  Children made kind hands, which included writing  acts of kindness they will do this week,  this has been made into bunting in our school entrance.  Children listened to stories discussing bullying and the issues that it raises, para olympians are inspirational people they discussed challenges and what makes them inspirational.  Lots of good discussions within each activity, with the children in mixed year groups in their individual school houses.

Below are pictures of the children doing different activities throughout the day.






Remembrance Service 11/11/14


Remembrance Service was held on the 11th November, and was led by Year 6 children to all the children, parents and community.  Mr Fraser a Teaching Assistant in the school attended with his military medals.

A two minute silence was observed by the whole school at 11.00am.