North Walsham pupils have a head for learning
Pupils at a north Norfolk school have been learning how the brain works.
As part of their Brain Awareness Week, pupils at Millfield Primary School in North Walsham, participated in different activities and made discoveries about the brain and how they as individuals, learn best.
Children from reception and year one enjoyed playing sensory games as well as taking part in philosophical activities, asking questions such as 'What would you see if you climbed a ladder into the clouds?'
The whole school also put together individual class displays, which were displayed in the school hall.
Parents were then invited along to a special exhibition, where they saw some of the work the pupils had done and enjoyed refreshments, which were provided by The Friends of Millfield.
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Also as part of the exhibition, the music club choir performed a song for the parents to enjoy.
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