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Walpole Cross Keys Primary School

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  • Children In Need - Friday 17th November 2017

    Published 16/11/17

    On Firday 17th November the school is supporting this years BBC Children in Need.

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  • Cross Country¬†

    Published 10/11/17

    On Thursday 2nd November some of our Class 2 pupils went to St Clements High to take part in their cross country race.  

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  • Active Kids Festival @ Lynnsport¬†

    Published 10/11/17

    On Monday 9th October 2017 our Year 1 and 2 pupils went to Alive Lynnsport to take part in an Active Kids Festival.  

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  • Harvest Festival¬†

    Published 09/11/17

    This year we held our harvest festival assembly on Thursday 5th October.  We kindly asked the children to bring donations for the King’s Lynn Foodbank to school with them on the day.  

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  • Vegetable Carvings for Halloween

    Published 09/11/17

    All children were asked to being in a vegetable carving for Halloween!!!

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  • Halloween - October 2017

    Published 09/11/17

    Halloween Party Time!!!

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  • Write a Ghost Story Competition

    Published 08/11/17

    A competition for 7 to 11 years olds at Garywood Library

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  • Family Voice, Family Chat

    Published 31/10/17

    Are you the parent of a child with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND)? Join us for coffee at our new-style information and feedback sessions. 

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  • Winners of Tag Rugby Tournament!

    Published 12/10/17

    On Thursday 12th October some of our Year 4, 5 and 6 pupils went to West Lynn Primary School to take part in the St Clements Cluster Tag Rugby tournament.  

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  • Kingswood Trip - September 2017

    Published 22/09/17

    Every year we take our Year 4 to 6 pupils on a residential trip to Kingswood.

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  • Jeans for Genes Day - 2017

    Published 22/09/17

    On Friday 22nd September our school took part in the Jeans for Genes day 

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  • Count On Norfolk

    Published 25/05/17

    On Tuesday 30th May Norfolk County Council are launching a new maths campaign, Count on Norfolk, aimed at supporting children’s learning at home.

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