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St Nicholas' Activity Week

PUBLISHED: 19:04 03 July 2008 | UPDATED: 11:21 03 July 2010

St Nicholas' Activity Week

St Nicholas' Activity Week

PUPILS at St Nicholas Priory Middle School took part in a range of events during Activity Week last week.

Eighty year 6 and 7 pupils enjoyed camping at Whitwell Hall in Reepham where they took part in archery, made pottery, painted t-shirts, watched sheep dog trials and helped staff to prepare and cook meals on the camp fires.

PUPILS at St Nicholas Priory Middle School took part in a range of events during Activity Week last week.

Eighty year 6 and 7 pupils enjoyed camping at Whitwell Hall in Reepham where they took part in archery, made pottery, painted t-shirts, watched sheep dog trials and helped staff to prepare and cook meals on the camp fires. Back at school, year 4 pupils and staff organised a presentation based on the rhyme, “There was an old woman who swallowed a fly,” made costumes, re-arranged the words in the rhyme and took part in role play. Year 4 pupils also made up an imaginary habitat with imaginary animals.

Pupils in year 5 enjoyed visits from the fire service and coastguard and spent a morning with year 7 pupils on the beach building sandcastles. Years 6 and 7 also visited the Sea Life Centre as part of their activities.

The picture shows year 7 pupils building sandcastles on the beach.

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