From Hermione Granger to the BFG, the classrooms at Charles Darwin Primary were packed with storybook favourites as the school celebrated World Book Day 2019.
The latest news from Charles Darwin Primary and Nursery in Norwich.
- Read MorePublished 08/03/19
- Read MorePublished 01/02/19
Pupils at Charles Darwin Primary will see their poems in print after being picked for publication in a new volume.
- Read MorePublished 28/01/19
Children from Charles Darwin Primary learned about the Jewish faith in a visit to an exhibition at Norwich Cathedral.
- Read MorePublished 14/12/18
Pupils, staff, and parents from across the Inspiration Trust family of schools came together to celebrate the festive season with an evening of traditional readings and carols.
- Read MorePublished 07/12/18
Pupils from Charles Darwin Primary sang their hearts out at a choral concert in the stunning setting of Norwich Cathedral.
- Read MorePublished 30/10/18
A visit to Norwich Science Festival went with a splash as pupils from Charles Darwin Primary learned all about the ocean.
- Read MorePublished 12/10/18
Charles Darwin Primary will hold an open day on Friday, November 9 2018 for children due to start Reception in September 2019.
- Read MorePublished 20/09/18
Charles Darwin Primary’s newest pupils had a fantastic first taste of school as they shared a fun picnic lunch with their new friends.
- Read MorePublished 24/07/18
Children at Charles Darwin Primary have travelled back in time 100 years to delve into the industrial heritage of their school site.
- Read MorePublished 12/06/18
Pupils at Charles Darwin Primary have been inspired to pick up an instrument during a special concert and live music workshop.
- Read MorePublished 11/05/18
Young poets from Charles Darwin Primary will see their verses in print after impressing judges in a nationwide poetry contest.
- Read MorePublished 23/03/18
A cast of fairytale characters filled Charles Darwin Primary's classrooms as the school celebrated World Book Day 2018.
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