The Big Sleepover! See full report under “News”.
Celebration Day! A wonderful day was had celebrating the school’s 130th Anniversary as well as the Royal Wedding.
Kingfishers had a very successful trip to the Sea Life centre where the children enjoyed getting close to the sea life, and in some cases touching it. Then a quick but chilly visit to the beach afterwards.
Book Week – a fantastic effort on dress-up day! Well done children (parents!) and staff!
SNOW in March!!
Class Kingfishers put on a wonderful performance of Pirates and Mermaids for their Spring Term topic on Islands.
Our school choir was part of a concert performing in Norwich Cathedral on Wednesday 13 December at 7.30pm. This charity Christmas concert was organised by the YMCA. The children did us proud and performed beautifully. Well done to Huff n Puff as well, they all did a fantastic job!
Due to poor weather conditions our Christingle service had to happen in the school hall rather than St. Mary’s Church, but it was still very enjoyable with lots of parents attending.
We all enjoyed an excellent Christmas dinner altogether
Well done to Robins who put on a wonderful Nativity performance.
Thank you to everyone who supported the Christmas Fayre. A fantastic amount was raised!
Class Eagles produced some excellent Christmas cakes.
Well done to our brilliant KS2 runners, an amazing 20% of the pupils from Alpington who ran have made it through to the next round which will be at Fritton Lake on 2nd November 11.30am – 2.30pm.
Class 4 residential to Brancaster.
Class 3 Wild West Trip to Lundy Farm, Hempnall
Whole School Trip to Carrow Road – what a great experience!
We organised a visit for all the children in Class 3 to Norwich Cathedral. The children took part in singing and learning about other cultures through music making, and they also had time to enjoy the amazing Cathedral.
Visit by Will Lord – the Prehistoric experience and workshop. A fantastic time was had by class 3 and 4. A huge structure was erected on the school playing field, and cavemen ‘Wood’ and ‘Sea’, in full caveman regalia, introduced the children to a wide range of skills and knowledge required to survive and thrive during the Stone Age.