The pupils, parents and staff donated £206.21 for a non-school uniform day on Friday 17th November 2017 to raise money for Children In Need.
On Friday 20th October, one of our parents, Jennifer Whittemore, completed her Brave the Shave challenge right here at school! This challenge involved collecting sponsors to donate money to the Macmillan Cancer charity for having all of her VERY long hair cut off! Jennifer had her hair cut and shaved very short indeed. Jennifer also […]
This academic year, we have joined forces with all of our partner schools in our Academy Trust, to further raise the quality of arts and cultural education across all of the schools. We are really excited to see how our school will grow even further and look forward to celebrating and sharing all of […]
On 6th October the whole school had fun supporting two charities: CAFOD and Gorleston Foodbank. Every child came in to school wearing their own choice of bright clothing and donated an amount of money for the privilege. This money has been donated to CAFOD for the annual Harvest fundraising event. We raised an amazing £167.86 […]
Whole School Cultural Extravaganza – July 2017 We said goodbye to the 2016 – 2017 academic year with a fantastic array of performances from each class in the school, Nursery through to Year Six. The entire school and our community were full of the buzz of the carnival, especially because we were lucky enough to […]
This afternoon we had a visit from Barbara. She came to talk to KS2 about the launch of a new group at our School called Mini Vinnies. They are a group that meet to pray and do things that make a difference to people who need help. Those children who were interested have taken home […]
We had a fabulous morning time travelling to find out about holidays in the past. We met a Victorian holiday maker and found out about about the clothes she wore for the seaside and some of the activities she did. We decided that we preferred our biscuit cones to the penny licks that people shared. […]
Our new library was opened by the Mayor of Gt Yarmouth. We can’t wait to start using it and reading all the wonderful new books that it contains.
The letter letting you choose clubs for next half term will becoming out soon. We are really lucky to have so many amazing clubs at our school and opportunities to learn so many new things.
We had a wonderful start of the Summer term with a visit from the Bishop. He celebrated Mass with us and then made a tour of the classrooms.