Despite both of her parents being critical workers, Levizah was able to spend the day at home today. However, she did join the rest of her class doing PE with Joe Wicks and then put on her school uniform to do her Maths lesson.
Lara-Ann might be at home, but she still had the same lunch as the rest of her friends. Mr Authi donned an apron and became Mr Dinner-man to ensure the experience was authentic.
Priya was disappointed to miss school today, but loved being able to join her classmates exercising with Joe Wicks.
Mr Lavander set a fantastic example to the children last week when he was awarded Man of the Match in the final of the Three Counties Championship. Mr Lavander scored two tries to help his team to their win.
Yesterday, the UII netball team triumphed against Highclare. Their fabulous score of 12-6 was achieved both by skilful shooting from Anika and determined defending by Ashleigh. All girls played exceptionally well and with high spirits. Well done, girls!
All the staff and children at Norfolk House School have enjoyed exciting World Book Day activities.
Here are some Book in a Box creations made by our KS2 children for World Book Day!
Today, The Year 6 School Council representatives arranged a meeting with Mrs Palmer to discuss their ideas. High on their agenda were different ways to recycle, including using revolutionary Air Ink, which is made from pollution.
James celebrated his birthday last week by presenting the school with a copy of his favourite book. His whole class enjoyed hearing the story of Silly Suzy Goose.
Pupils have been creating some badge designs for the 2020 "Wonders of the World " Living Streets charity competition. They were asked to create a badge design depicting a " Wonder of the World". Here are some Year 3 entries by Srika, Lara-Ann and Ashley.