Praise for Gaywood school from down under

A story in Your Local Paper has resulted in a West Norfolk School receiving recognition from the acting Australian High Commissioner.  Howard Junior School at Gaywood was presented with a certificate of appreciation from the London embassy for its efforts to help the wildlife caught up in the devastating Australian bushfires. North West Norfolk MP James Wild…

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MP gets involved with Gaywood school’s Australian wildfire efforts

North West Norfolk MP James Wild will be supporting Howard Junior School’s fundraising efforts in aid of native Australian wildlife tomorrow. Mr Wild will be joining in with the pupil’s charity cake sale at 10am as the school raise funds for Wires, a charity rescuing native Australian wildlife in distress due to the wildfires disaster. Headteacher Gregory…

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Sending our support to Australia

He said: “We know there is a climate emergency with Australia and what has upset the children is the billion animals which have died.  “We want to do something about it, so we are hoping to fill the giant koala picture with coins to raise £1,000.” This week, the school welcomed class teacher Hannah Gidman…

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Norfolk schoolchildren transform into koalas to fundraise for Australian bushfire relief

“Help Australian wildlife now, raise lots of money”! Children from Howard Junior School in King’s Lynn have donned koala facepaint to fundraise for Wires, an Australian wildlife charity. Wires are currently rescuing and rehabilitating birds and animals caught up in the bushfires ravaging Australia. The crisis has killed over 20 people and over 1,400 homes have…

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Teachers soaked as school raises £1,000 for Children in Need

Students at Howard Junior School raise money for Children in Need with the help of Pudsey and Vashti Hardy. Photo: Howard Junior School Teachers were sponged and soaked with buckets of water as the school raised almost £1,000 for BBC Children in Need. It’s sponge 🧽 a teacher time to raise money for #ChildrenInNeed2019 @BBCCiN…

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Poppy Preparations in Tower Gardens

Local schools gathered in Tower Gardens today (29th October) to display poppies and wreaths they have made. Two memorial benches were also unveiled in preparation for this year’s remembrance service. Pupils made poppies and poppy wreaths from old plastic bottles to hang on the railings at the Tower Gardens, home to the war memorial.  A…

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Howard pupils encouraged to keep fit and healthy

One in three Norfolk children finishing primary school ‘unhealthily overweight’; but Howard Junior School pupils are fighting back. Pupils at Howard Junior School in King’s Lynn take part in a junior Parkrun in the town to help them keep fit. Picture: Greg Hill In 2018/19, 19pc of year six pupils in the county were obese…

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VIP visit to Legoland

‘All thanks to Robbie Williams’: Schoolchildren get surprise VIP Legoland tour PUBLISHED: 10:16 18 October 2019 Children at the school where one student was recognised by Robbie Williams for his model of the singer’s Hyde Park concert, have now been taken on a VIP tour of Legoland Windsor. Children from the Howard Junior School in King’s…

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Howard offered VIP trip to Legoland

School offered VIP Legoland trip after pupil’s model gig goes viral Schoolchildren are to be given a VIP tour of Legoland Windsor, after a student’s model went viral on social media. The Howard School will now go on a VIP trip to Legoland following Callum’s modelling fame. Photo: Chris Bishop Nine-year-old Callum Boldero, a pupil…

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