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Art, Undeniably, is Conductive to Happiness

By Susannah Palmar, Headmistress When I walk around the school, the enthusiasm the children have for creating Art is self-evident.  The topics being covered in each classroom are apparent from the plentiful and varied pieces displayed in every available space.  From...

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Yr 3 and 4 Art Club

Yr 3 and 4 have designed some mythological animal masks in Art club. Well done Eleni, Tanvi, Arwa, Zunairah, Eleni, Ashleigh, Laila and Eva.  

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Mothers from the eyes of Year 1

My mum is special because: she helps me with my homework and she cooks lovely dinners.  she helps me with my homework. (Reuben D) she lets me go toy shopping. (Zachary) she helps me with my homework and lets me watch TV. (Arshan) she helps me with my homework and...

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Nature Detectives

Reception celebrated the first day of Spring by being nature detectives in the school garden. Look at what they found - daffodils, blossom, buds, new leaves sprouting and frog spawn. They listened to the birds singing and spotted a blackbird collecting twigs to build...

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Norfolk House School Alliteration

Pretty Mrs Palmer patiently patted the children as they reached the finish line. Moody Mr Morgans marched through the mess. Cheerful Mr Champs cautiously carried Class 5's completed homework. Mrs Platts placed a plum pie in Mrs Palmer's office. Kind Mrs Kristal kissed...

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GB Athlete Visit

As part of the lead up to the Tokyo Olympics in 2020, we were thrilled to welcome BUCS Silver Medallist, Amy Hillyard through the charity Inspired Through Sport. The children enjoyed hearing all about Amy’s sporting journey, allowing them to understand the hard work...

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Recycled Daffodils!

With Spring and Mothering Sunday fast approaching, our beautiful cascading daffodils have taken pride of place on the external school walls. These beauties made from recycled bottles will mark the start of our new bin contract with Veolia Environmental Services, in...

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Pi Day

The pupils in Year 4 and 5 celebrated Pi Day by using string to measure circumferences and diameters to see how accurately they could calculate pi. They completed some other tasks involving this mathematical marvel. Pi Day is observed on March 14 since 3, 1, and 4 are...

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World Book Day

World Book Day was lots of fun this year. It was lovely to see so many literary characters brought to life by the children and staff! The bright and colourful costumes made the Walking Bus very entertaining!    

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140th Hallfield Cross Country

We were very excited when we learnt that we had been picked for the 140th Hallfield Cross Country Running Competition. When we arrived at the event, we had to walk the course - it seemed quite a complicated route although it was well-signposted. We were quite nervous...

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