On Friday 22nd May, Norman Lamb visited the school to see the new Sensory Room in action and participate in the Friday Assembly. Greeted by James Stanbrook, Bec Tate, Matthew Smith and Carole Fields, Mr Lamb was able to see the Sensory Room being used with pupils from both Pine and Elm Classes.
Mr Lamb was very impressed with the hard work undertaken by the school and local community to secure such a valuable facility. Mr Lamb had an opportunity to see individual pupils interacting with the Sensory Room equipment, speak to staff about the merits of such a room and even have go himself!
The afternoon was finished off by joining the Friday assembly where Mr Lamb supported Mr Stanbrook in handing out the weekly certificates.
After a busy Sports Week the finale was the annual sports day. This took place on Friday 22nd May. The first part of the morning saw pupils taking part in fun games using kicking , throwing, bowling and running skills. Different pairings of classes were organised to give it a competitive edge! The morning was a major success with everybody enjoying themselves.
After a small break the classes returned for the traditional races with primary, secondary and staff all taking part. The pupils really enjoyed taking part in these.
A massive thank you to Neen and Jason for all their hard work organising another successful Sports Week.
On Thursday 21st May the school was visited by Community Sports Foundation from Norwich City FC.
They visited the school to support the sports week in school. Six classes were given the opportunity to show off their skills within the sessions culminating in various matches at the end of the day.
All the pupils engaged very well with coach from CSF and all left with a big smiles on their faces. The school would like to thankÂ Darren Hunter for visiting and supporting Sports Week at Sheringham Woodfields
On 18th May 2015 the school saw the Norfolk Cricket Board visit the school as part of Sports Week 2015. The Board have been a great supporter of the school in the past and the pupils really enjoyed the sessions which were delivered.
All the pupils showed off their skills in various fun activities.
The day was a major success and the pupils are already wanting more in the future!
The school would like to thanks Kevin Denmark for the continued support he gives to the school.