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Keep your kids learning through the summer

 Count on Norfolk

Count on Norfolk

We know that between the end of one school year and the start of the next, pupils risk losing some of their learning achievements. With the summer holidays about to start, Norfolk County Council is determined to help keep kids learning throughout the six week break with our new campaign, ‘Raising Learners’.Making maths a fun part of everyday life is a great way for children to learn and essential for understanding that we use maths all the time. This summer, why not try some of the simple but fun activities on our Raising Learners website to keep them learning throughout the summer?

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Write on Norfolk

Helping to keep writing skills sharp, our 500-word writing competition is back for a second year.

To enter, children aged from five to 13 are encouraged to submit a piece of original creative writing – a poem, a story, a letter or anything in between – no more than 500 words long.

There’s only one rule: Norfolk has to appear at some point in the piece. Entries close on 31 August.

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