Well done the Year 11 netball team who fought off local opposition to win a tournament at Acle Academy on Tuesday, 16 october 2018 and qualified for the Nationals. The performance was characterised by skill and outstanding sportswomanship. We are proud of you.
We are please to announce that during October half-term our family support worker Bev will be running two action-packed fun days here at Lynn Grove. These are open to all children in year 5 and 6 adn will include cooking, science and arts & crafts. For more information and how to book please see the leaflet. OCT 2018 HOLIDAY ACTIVITIES
Year 7 pupils recently had the chance to find out about all the exciting clubs and extra-curricular opportunities available here. There are lots of different activities available and pupils were enthusiastic signing up to a number of opportunities which will help them to find out what they are good at. Thank you to the Senior Prefects for helping to organise the event. Great to see so many sign-ups; we hope everyone enjoys joining in.
A list of all extra-curricular activities is available on this page.
Year 7 pupils recently had the chance to find out about all the exciting clubs and extra-curricular opportunities available here. Thank you to the Senior Prefects for helping to organise the event. Great to see so many sign-ups; we hope everyone enjoys joining in.
On Thursday, 27 September 2018 Year 7 mathematicians had a fascinating time developing their skills in a historical context. They took part in project called Storming the Castle organised by Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery. Mr Farman co-ordinated the visit that allowed pupils to explore maths in a creative way while appreciating our cultural heritage. Thank you to the Museum Service for the opportunity.
Over the last September weekend almost 100 of our new Year 7 pupils spent time away at PGL Caythorpe in Lincolnshire. The two days were packed with exciting activities that encouraged the children to take on challenges, try something new and look out for their peers. It was great to see how much fun the children had, and they all came home tired but happy to see their parents again. Thank you very much to Mrs Edwards, Mrs Hirst and all the other members of staff who accompanied the children on their adventure.
The Lynn Grove boys choir joined forces with over 70 singers from across Creative Education Trust yesterday at St Pancras Station. They were invited to take part in the 150th birthday celebration of this wonderful example of Victorian ingeniuity and engineering. After spending the afternoon in rehearsals lead by the The Voices Foundation they then performed to the delight of the evening commuters. An enormous cake was cut a piece of which all the boys could enjoy. A great opportunity to enjoy singing, architecture and a day in the city.