Woodland Trust Gold Award

We’re delighted to have reached Gold on the Green Tree Schools Award and our smart cedar wood plaque has arrived from the Woodland Trust. The Green Tree Schools initiative, which has seen more than 12,000 schools sign up since it was launched in 2008, offers the opportunity to bring the great outdoors, wildlife and green …

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RHS Gardening Award

Well done to Miss Foote and all the children who have worked together on growing food in our raised beds, as they have now achieved the RHS School Gardening Award Level 2.


On Monday the 11th November our children stopped their usual school day and went over to the village war memorial. Gavin Walter, from Ashdon Baptist Church, led us, and members of the local community that had joined us, in remembering the sacrifices that so many men and women had given during both the first and …

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The Romans are coming!

This week Class 3 had a very special day when a Roman (Mark from Portals to the Past) came to visit us. They enjoyed a wide range of ‘Roman’ activities throughout the day, from handling everyday objects used by a Roman soldier, playing Roman board games and a magnificent weapons display, culminating in a battle …

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Aylmerton: Day 5

Today was the last day of our residential. We began the day by packing our cases and tidying our rooms. The children’s skills of folding sheets and neatly packing their clothes were put to the test – not all of them passed with flying colours! We hope you found everything you were expecting to see …

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Aylmerton: Day 4

Today was all about our visit to Blakeney to look at the wildlife and the surrounding habitat, including the sand dunes. All together we completed nearly 5 miles of walking. This included taking off our shoes and socks and rolling up our trousers above our knees so that we could wade through the river and …

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Aylmerton: Day 3

Today we continued our study of coastal erosion by visiting Happisburgh where the children could see first-hand how the cliffs had disappeared. We contrasted this with Sea Palling, where millions had been spent on sea defences to protect the Norfolk Broads. Following lunch, we took the coach to Cromer, where we visited the museum to …

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Aylmerton: Day 2

After eating our cooked breakfast, we set out to West Runton beach to see coastal erosion first hand. We started by looking through the rock pools before looking on the beach for fossils. We have been really lucky with the weather today, with sunshine and clouds all day (the 1 downpour came whilst we were …

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Aylmerton Day 1

After arriving on the coach we settled into Patterson Lodge, our base for the whole week, attempted to make our beds (results were mixed!), then ate our lunch. We then took a coach to the Aylmerton outdoor centre where the children became pirates for the afternoon. They had a variety of activities where they had …

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