Days after being officially enthroned at Norwich Cathedral as the 72nd Bishop of Norwich, the Rt Rev Graham Usher’s welcome service at Great Yarmouth Minster on Monday November 18 included a promise of commitment to a young student. Full story here.Details
Year 4 spent the day learning about the Roman invasion of Britain. Great fun was had by all in many activities; an Iceni tribal meeting, Roman legionary training, torque making and much more!
Children at St Nicholas Priory Primary, Great Yarmouth, were awarded an Oscar Award for outstanding behaviour on Wednesday 17th July. St Nicholas Priory Primary School rolled out the red carpet for 30 of their pupils, who were nominated by their peers and teachers for outstanding behaviour. The children received a special letter through the postDetails
Trip 1: To launch Year 5’s project, ‘Who are the architects of the future?’, the year group undertook an ‘architecture hunt’ around Great Yarmouth and looked at how buildings have changed over time. We visited Anna Sewell House as an example of Tudor architecture, travelled around the Town Wall, explored Greyfriars Cloisters and finally lookedDetails
On Friday 10th May Y3 & Y4 took 3rd place at the GY7 football morning with only one point away from 2nd place. The girls were incredibly strong, holding their own and didn’t loose any of their games. We also saw a cracking goal scored by Preston from his defending position! Well done to both teams!Details
As of January 2019, the school P.E kit was changed. Children are to be wearing the below kit for all forms of P.E and games lessons. A reminder to say that all items of jewellery are to be removed before lessons and long hair is to be tied back. *Plimsolls are not to be worn.Details
On Monday, our team of 7 girls secured their place in the High5 netball county final qualifier held at Flegg, Martham. All of the girls presented themselves well on and off the court. Showing respect for the umpires and opposing teams. Unlike 7 a side netball, the girls had to rotate positions, playing in bothDetails