A live orchestra hit the right note as they performed for children at Charles Darwin Primary.
The latest news from Charles Darwin Primary and Nursery in Norwich.
- Read MorePublished 17/05/19
- Read MorePublished 03/05/19
Children from Charles Darwin Primary had a real-life maths lesson with tasty additions as they visited a nearby cafe.
- Read MorePublished 08/03/19
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.
- 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 11/05/18
Young poets from Charles Darwin Primary will see their verses in print after impressing judges in a nationwide poetry contest.
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