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Cricket News

It was a busy week with two teams playing in the Norfolk School Games Kwik Cricket Tournament. On Monday our U10 girls headed to Mundford Cricket Club. Our girls batted extremely well with many boundaries scored, along with quick singles. A couple of run outs along...

Cup Cake Classes

Last Sunday, the boarders took part in a professional cupcake decorating class! They were taught to master many new skills such as creating stunning icing roses, different piping techniques and many other 'tricks of the trade'. The class was enjoyed by all our...

Outdoor Learning

Much learning has taken place outside this week, making the most of the sunny weather. Years 1 and 2 got creative in the woods. After making their own natural paintbrushes they used natural resources to create different coloured ‘paints’. In Maths, Year 1 have been...

Pantastic Pancake Day!

National pancake-munching day has finally arrived and Pre-Prep have enjoyed cooking and deciding what toppings they would like on their pancakes...Our most random request has to be grapes and meatballs (and that is on the same pancake!) Happy Shrove Tuesday everyone!

U10 Netball v Notre Dame Won 17-0

Our U10 girls played an exceptional game against a less experienced Notre Dame side.All their extra practice payed off and they were able to string their passes together in a slick manner. They moved the ball well, supporting each other at each pass and their shooting...

On Guard!

Reliving my childhood joy of the three Musketeers was a pleasure, as last Friday a Fencing instructor came in to teach ten of our pupils the basics of this historic and sophisticated sport. The instructor explained the subtlety and tactical nature of the sport,...

Harp recital a musical delight

We had a visit from a former pupil on Monday. Sophie Bowes was a talented musician in her time at Riddlesworth; when she left in Year 8, she was already Grade 8 in Flute and Grade 6 in Harp and went on to graduate from Trinity College. She brought her harp in to...

A child’s castle is his home (work)

Mrs Styles’ Year 6 and 7 have been studying castles and before Christmas, pupils were challenged to design and make a castle of their own over the holidays. Fast forward to the first Thursday of term and pupils arrived to school with...

Use the force!

Year 7 have been busy exploring forces this week. They have used Newton meters to measure a variety of pulling forces and have investigated Hooke’s Law by measuring the extension of a spring with different weights suspended from it.