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Radio listeners across Norfolk had a chance to hear all about the great work done in lockdown by our school PE department recently when Mr Ward and pupils Hannah and Ella were interviewed on BBC Radio Norfolk’s Breakfast Show.
Lockdown may have put many aspects of normal life on hold, but for our musically talented youngsters, the show must go on, as the West Norfolk’s Got Talent competition is being held again in a bid to find the rising stars of tomorrow.
Our pupils have had a spring in their step all through winter after a lockdown physical fitness challenge saw them raise more than £500 for a mental health charity.
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Lockdown may have meant students have not been much in evidence recently, but that does not mean the place has been quiet, as it has provided an opportunity to continue the overhaul of our facilities and buildings.
Smithdon High School pupils have been given a helping hand with lockdown learning courtesy of the Knowledge Organiser book system which are assisting remote schooling.
If you are in years 7 to 9 and wish to test your knowledge, then why not sign up for one of the MFL virtual quizzes.
Our Year 7 pupils took time out from their own Christmas countdown to put a smile on the face of local care home residents by creating a video of Christmas jokes, group singing and poetry reading, as well as providing gifts and cards.
The coronavirus pandemic may have impacted many aspects of school life this year, but it has certainly not silenced the young musicians of schools within our trust, where participation numbers just keep on growing.