Story added: 5th March 2021
Premier League & Norwich City Football Club values celebrated
The Foundation’s Schools team helped to celebrate the end of the ‘home-learning’ period for many students, with a specially broadcast online assembly earlier this morning.
Hosted on Zoom by the Foundation’s Premier League Primary Stars Officer Jake Mardell, the 20-minute assembly focussed on both Premier League and Norwich City Football Club values, and how students could incorporate these into their everyday life.
There was a video appearance from City defender Jacob Sorensen, who wished students well ahead of the coming week.
The assembly was watched live by more than 500 students across a range of age groups, including classes from Necton Primary. Catton Grove Primary, Fakenham Junior, Old Catton Junior, Horsford Primary, Mulbarton Primary and Bluebell Primary.
Saying thank you
One of the exercises in the assembly asked for students to nominate a teacher as their ‘hero’ – here are some of their responses:
Mrs Porter amazing online PE
Mr Taylor – Excellent maths teaching
Miss Wones – fantastic support
Miss Cooper – really kind
Mrs Harvery – helps make sure no-one gets hurt outside
Miss Tuck for stories and videos
Miss Johnston for doing all the story videos and keeping us safe and happy
Miss Reeves for helping me through a tough time at school
Miss Chitock is fab
Mrs Pritchard at Mulbarton
All the parents supporting their children at home
Shout out for Mr Eastwood
Mr D’Rosario even if he supports Chelsea
Teaching team at Necton
Thanks to my Mum!
Mrs Wilkin for guided reading sessions
Shout out to coach Tom Armit (CSF) for teaching PE in the freezing cold weather and for fun football games.
You can view the full assembly here. Please contact the Schools team if you’d like to find out more.