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Academy Finance Officer, Academy School West Norfolk
Abbie Breakenridge, Teacher, George White Junior School, Norwich
Residential stay at Holt Hall, Primary school
Preparing for Statutory RSHE: A Governor's role - Course attendee - Nov 2019, A School Governor
Finance in Education Qualification - Learner Success, School Business Manager
Pupil - STEM Energy Education day, Garveston Primary School
Sarah Samuel - Parent of Norfolk Children's University member - December 2017 Winter Challenge, Norfolk Children's University member
Manager, Great Yarmouth Borough Council
Headteacher, Norfolk School
Joanne Patterson, Academies Business Manager, Diocese of Ely Multi-Academy Trust
Suzanna Grimes, School Governor, St. Martin at Shouldham Church of England Primary Academy
Linda Bennett, Trust Business Manager, St John the Baptist Catholic Multi Academy Trust
Julianna Mercado, Children's University Postgraduate
Our STEM team have developed a new pupil experience which will enable pupils to explore a well-known landmark and its energy usage. The pupils learn about how much energy Norwich City Football Club uses to run the floodlights, advertising boards, heating the pitch and much more.
One of the key principles behind the new mathematics National Curriculum (DfE, 2013) is the concrete, pictorial and abstract approach, often referred to as the CPA approach.
The school was aiming for a very significant deficit budget caused by declining pupil numbers, and a fundamental review of all budget lines was required.