‘My mum was really proud of me when she saw the letter’ - Norfolk school praised by Prince Harry
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Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, sent a letter to a Norfolk school praising them for raising awareness about endangered wildlife.
The Year 6 children at Millfield Primary School in North Walsham were congratulated by the prince on their hard work.
The children have been learning about conservation, endangered wildlife and raising funds for the WWF, The World Wide Fund for Nature.
In his letter, the duke, who believes in protecting endangered wildlife, said he was 'immensely touched' that the children had written to him and wished the class every success with the project.
Pupil Lucas Turner said: 'The whole class was amazed and screamed when we were told we had received the letter.
'I was shocked because he is a member of the Royal family and is very important and busy and he wrote to us. I was so happy.
'My mum was really proud of me when she saw the letter.'
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