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  • Praise for St Clement’s caring community

    Published 24/02/21

    A leading figure at West Norfolk Young Carers has praised the our school's caring community for the work its members are doing during lockdown.

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  • Computers 4 Schools

    Published 22/02/21

    If you have an old PC or laptop that you don't use anymore but is in working order, then why not donate it to a child in West Norfolk? You could also win yourself a brand new one!

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  • Internet Safety Day

    Published 09/02/21

    Tuesday 9th February 2021

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  • St Clement's helping students bounce back from pressure of lockdown

    Published 08/02/21

    Staff at St Clement’s High School have been doing their bit to support the well-being of students and ensuring they are not lacking in support despite the disruption caused by lockdown.

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  • Knowledge Organisers

    Published 05/02/21

    St Clements High School pupils have been given a helping hand with lockdown learning courtesy of the Knowledge Organiser book system which are assisting remote schooling.  

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  • MFL Virtual Quizzes - KS3 Students

    Published 03/02/21

    If you are in years 7 to 9 and wish to test your knowledge, then why not sign up for one of the MFL virtual quizzes.

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  • Norfolk County Council

    Published 28/01/21

    COVID Winter Support Scheme

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  • Easyfundraising - Feel Good Shopping

    Published 14/01/21

    Raise donations for West Norfolk Academies Trust  when you shop online by using easyfundraing 

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  • Year 9 Virtual Parent Evening

    Published 11/01/21

    21st January 2021 - Appointment Request

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  • Changes to Virtual Timetable - 08 Jan 21

    Published 08/01/21

    Change to lunchtimes and breaks

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  • Birds of Dereham

    Published 04/01/21

    Change to operating hours

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  • Urgent information regarding the start of the new term

    Published 31/12/20

    January 2021 - as at 31.12.2020

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