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Bishop visits Blundeston Church of England VC Primary School

PUBLISHED: 16:00 20 November 2017

The Bishop of Norwich visits Blundeston Primary School. Courtesy of Blundeston Primary

The Bishop of Norwich visits Blundeston Primary School. Courtesy of Blundeston Primary

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Pupils at one Lowestoft-area primary school have been inspired by two recent visits.

Blundeston Church of England VC Primary School was “very proud” to welcome the Bishop of Norwich, the Rt Rev Graham James, to speak with the children.

A spokesman for the school in Church Road, Blundeston said: “The Bishop of Norwich spent time visiting classrooms and meeting the children on Thursday, November 9.

“He then led the whole school in collective worship and talked about his role, as well as answering the children’s questions.”

The spokesman added: “This follows an inspirational visit to Norwich Cathedral by the school’s Key Stage 2 children to learn about the People of God.”

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