Pupils at St. Nicholas Priory Primary School in Great Yarmouth always knew that their school cooks provided top notch food, but the recent award of a 5-star rating is the icing on the cake. The award came following a surprise inspection of the school this week from the Borough Council’s food safety team. The schoolDetails
As part of their project Year 5 had an ‘environmental day’ on Monday 4th June, and in the morning, the children went to Great Yarmouth beach. Mrs. Crooks, from G.Y.B.C. Environmental Services, met us and talked about what can happen if rubbish is not disposed of properly – on a recent beach litter-pick a 50-year-oldDetails
On Friday 18th, Y6 celebrated the end of SATs with a trip to the cinema. They watched The Greatest Showman which links to their current project ‘Who Is The Greatest Showman?’.
A great time was had by all with a round of applause from the children at the end of the show.
To launch their Summer Term Project, Year 5 visited different parts of Great Yarmouth, to look for the ‘treasures’ that Great Yarmouth contains. Our first stop was at the Venetian Waterways, where a historian met us and explained the history of the Waterways to them. We continued along the seafront, using various landmarks to answerDetails