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    • Christmas Performances 2014Posted on: 16/12/14

      This year’s Christmas Performances were great! All classes took part in a performance to parents and were a great success. Thank you for all who attended to watch the shows, all the children are very proud of themselves and have enjoyed  learning some history and different cultural views around Christmas. We hope the parents enjoyed it as much as the children.

      Thank you and Merry Christmas from everyone at Churchill Park School. 

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    • Upcoming Event - End of term non-uniform dayPosted on: 15/12/14

      On Friday 19th December we are having a non school uniform day to celebrate the end of term. If you would like to come in non-uniform it will cost £1 and all proceeds will go towards Parkinson's Disease.

      Feel free to wear your most festive Christmas jumper if you wish!

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    • Shakespeare Schools Festival - A Successful Performance!Posted on: 25/11/14

      A few weeks ago some of our students performed in a play at Kings Lynn Corn Exchange as part of the Shakespeare School Festival. It was a great opportunity to showcase some of our students acting skills and get them into the limelight! Click here to read our lovely thank you letter from the Shakespeare School Festival organisers.

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    • Children In Need Superhero Day!Posted on: 14/11/14

      Friday 14th November was Children in Need Day. We all had lots of fun dressing up as Superheroes and sharing our superpowers! So far we have reached a total of over £175 which we will be donating to Children in Need.

      Thanks to everyone for all of your kind donations.

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    • Disability Sports Clubs in NorwichPosted on: 05/11/14

      We have been contacted by the Tennis Foundation and Active Norfolk about some sports clubs that are running in the Norwich area for children and young adults with disabilities. 

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