Key Stage 2 children enjoyed their inspiring visit to Coventry Transport Museum. Together, pupils from Norwell and St Matthews investigated forces and designed their own cars and explored the museum where, they saw cars old and new as well as cars of
The children at St Matthews CofE and Norwell CofE Primary enjoyed a fantastic day at Duxford Imperial War Museum! They had the opportunity to see many different aircraft and they were especially excited about walking on the famous Concorde!
The children loved seeing and learning about the different birds of prey today. They had plenty of questions to ask Simon and Laura from Go-Active Falconry and were even lucky enough to stroke some of the birds!
The children had a fantastic day learning about African culture. First, we found out how African women carried their babies and how chiefs dressed. They then learned a football inspired African dance and later created African art, using brown, orange
Congratulations to Year 5 and 6 on completing their D.A.R.E programme! During the graduation, some children read their D.A.R.E reports, role-played some resistance strategies and everyone received their D.A.R.E certificates. Thanks to D.A.R.E Officer Duncan and parents who attended.
The children thought hard about questions they would like to ask Robert Jenrick about local and national issues which he answered in detail when he visited us today. There was no end to the questions and eventually it was decided
The Year 5 and 6 children had a wonderful time exploring the historical clues in Laxton with the help of the Laxton History Group and learnt how to be good historical detectives by looking closely at different buildings, brick patterns, names
The children really enjoyed the range of Christian activities, led by Greg and Janet, at St Nicholas’ Church.
Key Stage 2 children participated in a very informative visit from Network Rail, discussing different aspects of safety. Did you know trains on our line can travel at speeds of up to 125 mph? It takes 30 seconds to travel
The children sat entranced as Grant read his book ‘ The Day Granny’s Knickers Blew Away!’ They then asked brilliant questions about why he became an author and how long it had taken to write and publish his book. He