Bishop's school visit

CHILDREN at Homefield Primary School in Bradwell were visited by the Bishop of Norwich, the Rt Rev Graham James, on Monday , who dedicated the school's new primary status and unveiled a plaque to commemorate his visit.

CHILDREN at Homefield Primary School in Bradwell were visited by the Bishop of Norwich, the Rt Rev Graham James, on Monday , who dedicated the school's new primary status and unveiled a plaque to commemorate his visit.

The bishop was given a guided tour by members of the school council and, with other guests, who included Diocese member Gill Hipwell and school governors, later enjoyed a cooked lunch in the company of pupils. In the afternoon the entire school walked to the local church where a packed congregation participated in a service to mark the school's transfer to primary status.


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