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Norfolk Plant Heritage £500 Young Gardeners' Award


The Norfolk Plant Heritage Group established the Jan Paulger Young Gardeners' Award which provides a sum of £500 to assist with a primary school gardening project.

Funded Cycle Training available for primary and secondary schools.


Norfolk County Council has secured funding from The Bikeability Trust via Active Travel England to offer Norfolk children in education with funded cycling opportunities. We also have funded courses to support students with the knowledge to fix their bicycles.

Exceptional Practice Visits - an opportunity to visit other settings.

This half-term, some of Norfolk's outstanding primary and secondary schools will be opening their doors and inviting colleagues to visit them as part of a programme of exceptional practice visits.

"Promoting Flourishing Communities: Norfolk's Restorative Pathway for Reducing Exclusions and Improving Attendance"


Restorative approaches in schools focus on improving relationships, reducing exclusions, and equipping staff to manage difficult situations. By prioritizing positive connections and addressing underlying behavioural causes, such as trauma or social-emotional needs, restorative practices create a more inclusive and supportive school environment where all students can thrive.

New Horizons- Meeting the KS2 Challenge in Norfolk Conference 16 July 2024

FAO: Headteachers and English Subject Leaders primary phased schools and academies, 10 June 2024 10:15

Over the past year, primary phase schools in the Norwich have benefited from the opportunity to take part in two innovative writing projects aimed at KS1 and KS2 as part of the DfE's Priority Area initiative. Now all primary schools across Norfolk are invited to share in the key learning from the projects and attend this fully funded sector-led event.

Explore our Active Norfolk 2023-2024 Impact Report

Our 2023-2024 Impact Report highlights the transformative work we've undertaken in Norfolk over the past year. You'll discover the heart of our projects, campaigns, and strategic efforts. From empowering communities to driving positive change, we've focused our resources where they matter most - to the people of Norfolk

Revisions to 'Keeping Children Safe in Education', DfE (Guidance from 1st September 2024: For Information Only)


The revised guidance the Department for Education (DfE) published for is information only at this stage so that schools and colleges can plan for the commencement of the guidance on 1 September 2024.

Norfolk Virtual School for Children in Care, Children Previously in Care and Children with a Social Worker- Change the Narrative; Have your Say Participation Events


Norfolk Virtual School seeks the views of children in care, children previously in care and children with a social worker at our free summer participation events at Norfolk Snowsports Club.