Marham Infant School News
Marham Infant School are celebrating after receiving a ‘Good’ grade in their recent Ofsted inspection.
The inspection mentions the excellent partnership between the school and the parents and carers which means that they are extremely well informed about their children’s progress and take a full part in school life.
The good teaching means that pupils achieve well, making a good start in the Early Years Foundation Stage developing their early writing and number skills particularly well. Mathematics was identified as a particular strength as teachers gave pupils many opportunities to calculate quickly in their head and solve number problems. The full report can be found on the Ofsted website at www.ofsted.gov.uk.
‘Voice in a Million’
On 25th February 43 pupils from Marham Infant School and Marham Junior School will be travelling to London to participate in the ‘Voice in a Million’ concert at Wembley Arena.
This event will be a once in a lifetime experience for the children as they join a choir of 7,500 people performing to a ‘sell-out’ audience. The concert also helps to make to the world aware of the millions of orphaned or abandoned children that need a loving and secure family for life.