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St Nicks joins the circusSt Nicks joins the circus
The circus was here last week and it was very exciting. The children experienced lessons themed on the circus, some of which have taken place in the big top and had the opportunity to try out various circus skills such as juggling, performing tricks with a diablo and plate spinning. There were varying degrees of success but lots of fun and admiration for the circus troupe who were amazing. A big thank you to everyone who joined in with the show, from the children volunteering to display their new found skills to the parents and teachers who were coerced from the audience to dress up and have knives thrown at them!
Bake the world a better place !Bake the world a better place !
The children were proud to announce a fantastic total of £89.55 raised from their bake /cake sale today in aid of Cancer Research and our special, super-ladies who are ‘Racing for Life’. Their little faces were beaming when counting up the money and within minutes they had announced their successful news to the entire school!
An enormous thank you to each of our star bakers (that’s everyone who sent in those yummy contributions) and also to those who visited our stall to make donations.
Our Kindness Club has really felt the value of teamwork through this and we hope that our message here is clear: when a few good people pull together, GREAT THINGS ARE POSSIBLE!
Henry on Radio 4Henry on Radio 4
Henry appeared on Radio 4s Kitchen Cabinet today. Jay Rayner hosts a culinary panel show packed full of tasty titbits that might change the way you think about food, cooking and eating. The expert panel answers questions from audiences around the UK and this week it was recorded on Cromer Pier. Among the subjects up for discussion this week were crab sandwiches. Henry attended as his parents had won the award for best crab sandwich in the world at the Crab and Lobster Festival last year. The panel tasted sandwiches that they had made and Henry tried them too. He commented that " they were nice but not as nice as ours " which brought a huge round of applause from the 400 strong audience . Well said Henry.
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Don't forget your tickets for the St Nicholas House summer ball on the 1st June. The event is to be held at the Norfolk Mead Hotel in Coltishall. The ticket price of £55 includes a welcome drink, 3 course meal and dancing to a live band. Tickets from the school office.
Please note the date for this years summer fete. There are so many activities and stalls and we are sure it will be the best yet!