A further 43 children were invited to attend the November Graduation at the University of East Anglia with passport achievements ranging from 30 (Norfolk Bronze) to a massive 465 hours (Postgraduate Silver Award). Postgraduate level and beyond is all about sharing learning with others and Alexander Skinner, who has set the bar incredibly high with his own learning achievements, has been invited to share some of these at the next Graduation ceremony.
Please see the Norfolk Children’s University website and facebook page for graduation photographs and further information about learning destinations.
43 children were invited to attend this year’s graduation at the University of East Anglia, with achievements ranging from National Bronze (30 hours) to a Gold Degree (a fantastic 400 hours!). We are delighted that so many of our children have taken responsibility for their own learning outside of normal school hours and been able to celebrate their achievements at the UEA. Nothing can quite match the excitement caused by the throwing of the graduate caps!
Our Russian dance days turned out to be even more fun than we thought, concluding with a Cossack-style dance off on the school playground! Thank you to professional dancer, Darren Lee, for his energy and enthusiasm and to all the children (and staff!) who entered into the Russian spirit.
Pupils in years 5 and 6 were given the opportunity to receive Tours Series style cycling training on the school field. From this session the fastest team went forward to participate in the Broadland Team Sprint event held at the Tour Series start / finish area on the 13th June. We were also lucky enough to have one of our Year 5 pupils, chosen for his overall commitment to sport, representing BVS as one of the Tour Series mascots. Congratulations to all the children involved in this event.