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From golfing to a visit from dinosaurs - can you spot your child in our School Report gallery?

PUBLISHED: 12:01 14 May 2019 | UPDATED: 14:30 14 May 2019

King's Oak Academy's Key Stage 1 Trigolf team were the champions at the West Norfolk School Sport Partnerships' Trigolf final. They will compete at the Norfolk School Games Finals. Photo: King's Oak Academy

King's Oak Academy's Key Stage 1 Trigolf team were the champions at the West Norfolk School Sport Partnerships' Trigolf final. They will compete at the Norfolk School Games Finals. Photo: King's Oak Academy

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Sporting success stories and outdoor activities appear to be the theme of this week's School Report.

Solomon in Year 7 at Caister Academy created a model bust of Shakespeare as part of his homework for Shakespeare Day. Photo: Caister AcademySolomon in Year 7 at Caister Academy created a model bust of Shakespeare as part of his homework for Shakespeare Day. Photo: Caister Academy

King's Oak Academy's Trigolf team were crowned the Key Stage 1 champions at the West Norfolk School Sport Partnerships' Trigolf final. They will be heading out on the green again and hoping for another win at the Norfolk School Games Finals.

Langley Preparatory School at Taverham Hall's U11 Girls Football team won the ISA Sport Football Regional Qualifiers. They have secured themselves a place in the National Finals at St George's Park in Staffordshire.

Caister Academy's Year 11 girls beat staff 5-0 in a charity netball match. Photo: Caister AcademyCaister Academy's Year 11 girls beat staff 5-0 in a charity netball match. Photo: Caister Academy

Children at Dell Primary School in Lowestoft were amazed when two dinosaurs, Squirt and Bubbles, along with Adam from Dino Hire, arrived to celebrate the completion of their new Early Years play area. The outdoor learning area has raised beds to grow vegetables, a climbing frame and a road for larger imaginative play. With an all-weather sand house and a solar powered water feature, those who love tactile play are catered for too. Each class has a guinea pig to care for and they can also collect eggs from the rescue chickens that live in the play area.

Brooke VC CE Primary School's Robin and Jay classes enjoyed taking part in a scavenger hunt in the woods in Norwich.

Students at the College of West Anglia hosted a charity Mad Hatter's Tea Party in support of Help for Heroes and Pencils of Promise. Photo: College of West AngliaStudents at the College of West Anglia hosted a charity Mad Hatter's Tea Party in support of Help for Heroes and Pencils of Promise. Photo: College of West Anglia

Valley Primary Academy's Year 1 children visited Hall Farm to learn how a farm works. They enjoyed the fresh air, seeing the cows and running through the fields.

Woodpecker class at Shelton with Hardwick Community School enjoyed two hours outside at Forest School - they made a den, necklaces and had fun on a rope swing!

Students at the College of West Anglia hosted a charity Mad Hatter's Tea Party in support of Help for Heroes and Pencils of Promise. Photo: College of West AngliaStudents at the College of West Anglia hosted a charity Mad Hatter's Tea Party in support of Help for Heroes and Pencils of Promise. Photo: College of West Anglia

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Dell Primary School celebrated the opening of their new Early Years play area with help from dinosaurs Squirt and Bubbles from Dino Hire. Photo: Dell Primary SchoolDell Primary School celebrated the opening of their new Early Years play area with help from dinosaurs Squirt and Bubbles from Dino Hire. Photo: Dell Primary School

Dell Primary School celebrated the opening of their new Early Years play area with help from dinosaurs Squirt and Bubbles from Dino Hire. Photo: Dell Primary SchoolDell Primary School celebrated the opening of their new Early Years play area with help from dinosaurs Squirt and Bubbles from Dino Hire. Photo: Dell Primary School

Dell Primary School celebrated the opening of their new Early Years play area with help from dinosaurs Squirt and Bubbles from Dino Hire. Photo: Dell Primary SchoolDell Primary School celebrated the opening of their new Early Years play area with help from dinosaurs Squirt and Bubbles from Dino Hire. Photo: Dell Primary School

As part of their space topic, Year 2 at Hethersett Old Hall School created art work of the moon. They used different materials including crumpets to create texture in their pieces. Photo: Hethersett Old Hall SchoolAs part of their space topic, Year 2 at Hethersett Old Hall School created art work of the moon. They used different materials including crumpets to create texture in their pieces. Photo: Hethersett Old Hall School

As part of their space topic, Year 2 at Hethersett Old Hall School created art work of the moon. They used different materials including crumpets to create texture in their pieces. Photo: Hethersett Old Hall SchoolAs part of their space topic, Year 2 at Hethersett Old Hall School created art work of the moon. They used different materials including crumpets to create texture in their pieces. Photo: Hethersett Old Hall School

As part of their space topic, Year 2 at Hethersett Old Hall School created art work of the moon. They used different materials including crumpets to create texture in their pieces. Photo: Hethersett Old Hall SchoolAs part of their space topic, Year 2 at Hethersett Old Hall School created art work of the moon. They used different materials including crumpets to create texture in their pieces. Photo: Hethersett Old Hall School

A record number of 43 pupils from Howard Junior School took part in the Mini-GEAR run in King's Lynn. Photo: Howard Junior SchoolA record number of 43 pupils from Howard Junior School took part in the Mini-GEAR run in King's Lynn. Photo: Howard Junior School

Howard Junior School watched the live broadcast of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex showing the world their new son Archie. Photo: Howard Junior SchoolHoward Junior School watched the live broadcast of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex showing the world their new son Archie. Photo: Howard Junior School

Howard Junior School watched the live broadcast of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex showing the world their new son Archie. Photo: Howard Junior SchoolHoward Junior School watched the live broadcast of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex showing the world their new son Archie. Photo: Howard Junior School

Long Stratton High School's Harry Potter themed fancy dress afternoon in the library. Students shared in the magic of Harry Potter with quizzes, activities and a game of Quidditch. Photo: Long Stratton High SchoolLong Stratton High School's Harry Potter themed fancy dress afternoon in the library. Students shared in the magic of Harry Potter with quizzes, activities and a game of Quidditch. Photo: Long Stratton High School

Long Stratton High School's Harry Potter themed fancy dress afternoon in the library. Students shared in the magic of Harry Potter with quizzes, activities and a game of Quidditch. Winners of the best costume competition. Photo: Long Stratton High SchoolLong Stratton High School's Harry Potter themed fancy dress afternoon in the library. Students shared in the magic of Harry Potter with quizzes, activities and a game of Quidditch. Winners of the best costume competition. Photo: Long Stratton High School

Archant's video team visited Neatishead C of E Primary School to understand how science lessons are being taught at a school with a recent Outstanding Ofsted accreditation. Photo: Neatishead C of E Primary SchoolArchant's video team visited Neatishead C of E Primary School to understand how science lessons are being taught at a school with a recent Outstanding Ofsted accreditation. Photo: Neatishead C of E Primary School

Archant's video team visited Neatishead C of E Primary School to understand how science lessons are being taught at a school with a recent Outstanding Ofsted accreditation. Photo: Neatishead C of E Primary SchoolArchant's video team visited Neatishead C of E Primary School to understand how science lessons are being taught at a school with a recent Outstanding Ofsted accreditation. Photo: Neatishead C of E Primary School

Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy's Reception children have started the book Bedtime for Monsters so they have been making their own monsters. Photo: Northfield St Nicholas Primary AcademyNorthfield St Nicholas Primary Academy's Reception children have started the book Bedtime for Monsters so they have been making their own monsters. Photo: Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy

Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy's Reception children have started the book Bedtime for Monsters so they have been making their own monsters. Photo: Northfield St Nicholas Primary AcademyNorthfield St Nicholas Primary Academy's Reception children have started the book Bedtime for Monsters so they have been making their own monsters. Photo: Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy

Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy's Year 2 children described characters from the story Traction Man is Here. Then they designed and described their own superhereos. Photo: Northfield St Nicholas Primary AcademyNorthfield St Nicholas Primary Academy's Year 2 children described characters from the story Traction Man is Here. Then they designed and described their own superhereos. Photo: Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy

Year 5 at Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy observed the chemical reaction between bicarbonate of soda and white vinegar in their Science lesson. Photo: Northfield St Nicholas Primary AcademyYear 5 at Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy observed the chemical reaction between bicarbonate of soda and white vinegar in their Science lesson. Photo: Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy

Year 5 at Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy observed the chemical reaction between bicarbonate of soda and white vinegar in their Science lesson. Photo: Northfield St Nicholas Primary AcademyYear 5 at Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy observed the chemical reaction between bicarbonate of soda and white vinegar in their Science lesson. Photo: Northfield St Nicholas Primary Academy

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Benji the Pet As Therapy Dog visits St. Benet's Catholic Primary weekly to help the children gain confidence in reading and for some children their social and emotional needs. Photo: St Benet's Catholic Primary SchoolBenji the Pet As Therapy Dog visits St. Benet's Catholic Primary weekly to help the children gain confidence in reading and for some children their social and emotional needs. Photo: St Benet's Catholic Primary School

Stepping Stones Nursery School recieved £500 worth of books after children listened to stories in Usborne Books at Home's sponsored Ready-Steady-Listen. Photo: Stepping Stones Nursery SchoolStepping Stones Nursery School recieved £500 worth of books after children listened to stories in Usborne Books at Home's sponsored Ready-Steady-Listen. Photo: Stepping Stones Nursery School

Year 1 children at Angel Road Infant School were visited by African animals from Kimmy's Zoo. Photo: Angel Road Infant School
Year 1 children at Angel Road Infant School were visited by African animals from Kimmy's Zoo. Photo: Angel Road Infant School

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Robin and Jay Class at Brooke VC CE Primary School enjoyed scavenger hunts in the woods. Photo: Brooke VC CE Primary SchoolRobin and Jay Class at Brooke VC CE Primary School enjoyed scavenger hunts in the woods. Photo: Brooke VC CE Primary School

Students Hewett Academy compete at the annual Inspiration Trust Champions Day at the UEA Sportspark. Photo: Inspiration TrustStudents Hewett Academy compete at the annual Inspiration Trust Champions Day at the UEA Sportspark. Photo: Inspiration Trust

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Langley Preparatory School at Taverham Hall's Fishing Club had a successful visit to Anglian Waters' Taverham Mill Fishery with all 14 pupils catching fish. Photo: Langley Preparatory School at Taverham HallLangley Preparatory School at Taverham Hall's Fishing Club had a successful visit to Anglian Waters' Taverham Mill Fishery with all 14 pupils catching fish. Photo: Langley Preparatory School at Taverham Hall

Year 5's scientific skills were tested when Town Close School welcomed Diane Ivory, a former Scotland Yard fingerprint and crime scene investigator, for a morning of CSI activities. Photo: Town Close SchoolYear 5's scientific skills were tested when Town Close School welcomed Diane Ivory, a former Scotland Yard fingerprint and crime scene investigator, for a morning of CSI activities. Photo: Town Close School

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