Charles Darwin Primary’s newest pupils had a fantastic first taste of school as they shared a fun picnic lunch with their new friends.
The latest news from Charles Darwin Primary and Nursery in Norwich.
- Read MorePublished 20/09/18
- 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 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.
- Read MorePublished 14/03/18
Charles Darwin Primary and Nursery is growing – and we need exceptional staff to add to our success.
- Read MorePublished 01/03/18
Pupils at Charles Darwin Primary will go the extra mile to raise money for Sport Relief this month.
- Read MorePublished 19/12/17
A kind-hearted pupil at Charles Darwin Primary is on a special mission to help Santa this year – by delivering presents to poorly children and adults in hospital.
- Read MorePublished 15/12/17
Pupils, parents, and staff from our schools came together last night for our third annual Christmas service.
- Read MorePublished 28/11/17
Work has now begun on a great new playground area for Charles Darwin Primary and Nursery.
- Read MorePublished 15/11/17
Charles Darwin Nursery has ambitious plans to make its outdoor space bloom – and you can help by voting for it in a community funding scheme.
- Read MorePublished 14/09/17
Over 800 Inspiration Trust staff got the new school year off to a pitch-perfect start at a special event to welcome back teachers and support staff after the summer break.
- Read MorePublished 28/06/17
A choir from Charles Darwin Primary won a chorus of approval for their performance at a concert in Norwich Cathedral.
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