The children were very excited to take the opportunity to work with our governors.
On the 5th December 14 Year 5 and 6 pupils represented St Nicholas Priory at the East Norfolk Schools Sports Partnership Cross Country race at Bure Park. Children competed against other schools in the local area and all did brilliantly in what was a wet and muddy race. They all had a fantastic attitude andDetails
“A team of social workers recently travelled over to Kenya to visit some schools and to take some equipment over to them. When I heard about the project I asked Mrs Grimmer if we could donate the old book bags and PE bags that were in the cupboard. As well as sending the bags IDetails
On Monday 12th November the U11 girl’s football team played their first football match. Unfortunately, the score was 5-1 to Ormesby Village School. Despite the score, all players left the ground in high spirits with determination to train harder. As a team, their game play was well thought out. The girls were able to createDetails
Year 5 received a lovely ‘thank you’ card from the Fishermen’s Hospital, for the cooked food that they shared with the residents, at the start of October.
St Nicholas Priory is ready for their second year of netball! The girls have took responsibility and shown ambition by training at break time, lunch time and after school. We welcome new faces to the team and old faces to training sessions to support their girls and continue to family ethos we created last year.Details
As part of the Year 5 project, in collaboration with the Fishermen’s Hospital, some of the children made food to share with the residents. They created yummy Spanish omelette, also delicious mantrap cake. The next day, the children took the food and delivered it to the Fisherman’s Hospital … the residents were over the moon with theirDetails
KS1 have had a fantastic start to the sporting school year, winning 1st place in the Premier Sport dodge ball morning at Caister Academy on Monday 8th October. Riley ” I was so good I was the last one in catching all the balls getting my team back in” Chloe “I love being a girlDetails
September 2018 Dear Parents/Carers, ATTENDANCE AT SCHOOL AND LEGAL INTERVENTION Research commissioned by the Department for Education shows missing school for even a day can mean a child is less likely to achieve good grades, which can have a damaging effect on their life chances. At St Nicholas Priory C.E.V.A. Primary SchoolDetails