Parent & Community Engagement

Parents Evening - Nov 2022

It was lovely to be able to come into school and speak to their teacher. We received good and constructive feedback. You can tell they have taken the time to know my child and it was nice to be able to talk freely and honestly about his progress. Thank you

Parents Evening - Nov 2022

It’s great we can have this parents evenings to see how our children are doing from the school perspective and I love to have the targets set for improvement, thank you!

Parents Evening - Nov 2022

Great to hear how our child is doing. Teacher gave us a really good insight and took his time to make sure all our questions was answered.

Parents Evening - Nov 2022

Wonderful teacher, I can see such a great improvement with my daughter and her speech. She is shown so much attention and in a wonderful atmosphere!

Recent Trips, Visitors and Community Projects

Y5 Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

11th December 2023

Some of  us in Year 5 had the opportunity to visit OVA to watch the dress rehearsal for their Christmas production of ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang!’. We all were wowed by the amazing acting and dancing skills of the … Read more

Year 3 Cathedral Trip

8th December 2023

Year 3 enjoyed learning all about advent at Norwich Cathedral this week. They were able to hear the Christmas story as well as complete craft activities! Thank you for having us!

Making Musicians!

23rd November 2023

Some KS2 pupils went with Miss Peek and Miss Forrest to Norwich Cathedral for a music recital this afternoon. They were able to enjoy a short concert featuring piano, french horn and violin. The children heard a range of … Read more

Rotary Club Dictionaries

2nd October 2023

Year 3 were presented with dictionaries today from the Rotary Club in their year group assembly. The children are able to take these home to support their learning. We would like to thank the generosity of the Rotary Club. … Read more

Year 6 Orchard Visit

12th July 2023

Year 6 had a wonderful morning in the sunshine at the Orchard today. They were able to fix the tree labels they made last year directly onto the steel mesh of the tree guards using zip ties through pre-drilled … Read more

Imagine a Story Writing Project!

10th July 2023

Congratulations to the Year 5 and 6 writers who are now officially published authors! A group of our UKS2 children participated in a project in collaboration with The Southbank Centre, in London, to write a chapter of a novel … Read more

Reception – Gressenhall

29th June 2023

On Thursday we went on our school trip to Gressenhall. We met Cinderella, Jack, Griselda, the Wicked Witch and the Curator. We enjoyed helping Griselda and Cinderella with their chores, searching for the magic bean with Jack, making potions … Read more

Year 6 Cricket

26th June 2023

Year 6 have been enjoying their weekly cricket sessions through Norfolk Cricket’s ‘Chance 2 Shine programme’ this half term. They have been developing concentration, focus, hand-eye coordination and throwing and catching skills. Today the children focused on the accuracy of their … Read more

Year 2 – Online Author Visit

23rd June 2023

Year 2 had an exciting morning today when they took part in an online author visit with Nathan Bryon and Dapo Adeola. The children listened to Nathan and Dapo read their new book Speak Up! and then took part … Read more

Y5 Eaton Vale 2023

9th June 2023

We had a fun packed few days at Eaton Vale this year. All the children were amazing and gave everything a go even if they were initially weary. We packed so much in that the photos below do not … Read more

Year 6 Maths Competition

5th June 2023

Some of our Year 6 mathematicians ended last half term with a Maths competition hosted by Langley School. The children worked fantastically as a team and represented the school admirably. Miss Chamberlain even got stuck in with the tasks … Read more

Thorpe Park

19th May 2023

Year 6 had the best time at Thorpe Park yesterday! The children were so excited and were fearless going on some very thrilling rides. We were so proud of how they represented the school too. A well-deserved end of … Read more