Norfolk youngsters don their graduation caps as they finish primary school
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Youngsters from a South Norfolk school were given a fond farewell as they left to join high school.
Staff and parents of pupils at Tivetshall Primary School were very sorry to say goodbye to their wonderful year sixes as they prepared to set off on their annual residential trip before starting high school.
Head teacher Sandra Potter said: 'We are very proud of this wonderful group of children who have been with us from reception.
'They have achieved well academically but are also kind, confident and positive young people who are looking forward to the challenges ahead. We wish them well for high school.'
Pupils donned their graduation caps and gowns in celebration of completing primary school for a day of photos and fun as the school year nears its completion.
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Many of the youngsters are now heading to Archbishop Sancroft High School.
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