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Recent Activities

Year 6 Leavers

We had a celebration assembly for the Year 6 leavers and Diamond Class performed Bugsy Malone. We were very proud of all the Year 6 achievements and wish them well for high school.

Receiving Kiki Books

Diamond Class were very lucky to receive their own individual copy of ‘Kiki Kallira breaks the kingdom’ signed by Sangu Mandanna. Thanks go to the ‘Friends of Fleggburgh’ for organising this. The class will be studying the novel over the next weeks – look out for their work related to it.

History Time Line

Diamond Class have a task of trying to learn the periods in British History this term. They are definitely getting better at remembering the order!

Diamonds’ Dragons

Diamond Class imagined what type of dragon they would be and what characteristics they would have. What type of dragon would you be?

Refugee Day

Diamond Class learned about the history of refugees to Norfolk and welcome all refugees as part of Norfolk welcomes refugees’ day.

Diamond Sports Day

Everyone enjoyed the sports days and receiving their first, second and third stickers. We all tried our best and everyone won at least one sticker!

An Author Visits Diamond Class

On Monday 5th August Sangu Mandanna come to talk to Diamond Class about her new book ‘Kiki Kallira Breaks a Kingdom’. They asked her lots of questions and learned a lot about what being an author is like. They really enjoyed hearing an extract for the book to. We look forward to studying it as a class text in September!


Year 6 visited Bewilderwood on Tuesday 6th July. They had a fabulous time exploring all the adventurous activities and particularly enjoyed the zip wires. At the end, they said they definitely demonstrated our school value of ‘courage’ to complete some of the activities. We all agree!

William Morris

We have been studying the artist William Morris. We created our own William Morris designs and turned them into wrapping paper. For one, we used pencil and felts for the other, we used printing techniques.

Olympic Day!

The whole school took part in an Olympic day competing in their house teams. We did running, underarm throwing, overarm throwing, relay race, balancing a tennis ball race and bouncing a tennis ball race.In Diamond Class, Saturn (Yellow) and Jupiter (Green) came joint third, Mars (Red) came second and Neptune (Blue) was first. Well done all those pupils in Neptune!

Fleggburgh Primary School
Main Road, Fleggburgh, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk NR29 3AG

Executive Headteacher - Mrs Julie Church
Head of School - Mrs Ingrid Rounce
SENCo - Mrs C Laband

Contact Jenny Pratt or Tina Cogdell in the school office
Telephone: 01493 369283
Email: office@fleggburgh.norfolk.sch.uk