Arts and Cultural Events
Beth Bradley’s church’s Christmas pageant is predictable every year -- the angel choir wears too much lipstick, the shepherds are all in their father’s dressing gowns, the minister’s son is permanently cast in the role of Joseph - hardly “five-star entertainment.” But when seasoned Nativity director Mrs. Armstrong breaks her leg, it is up to Beth’s inexperienced mother Grace to step in.
The timing couldn’t be worse, as the rambunctious Herdman children, a rough and tough group of siblings from the wrong side of the town, descend upon the pageant, lured by the promise of free snacks at Sunday school. The Ladies’ Aid Society members are beside themselves with disapproval, all the shepherds quit because Gladwin Herdman “hits too hard”, the show is briefly re-titled “Revenge at Bethlehem”, and the church catches on fire. But Beth and her community watch in surprise as the same old Christmas story is rejuvenated by the creativity, energy, and unexpected sincerity of a misunderstood young family.
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Arts & Culture at the Heart of Notre Dame
We recognise the vital role that Arts and Culture play to support our mental well-being, stimulate creativity and celebrate together as a community.
We are very proud to have been awarded Gold Artsmark Status and to be a member of the Norwich Local Cultural Education Partnership (LCEP).
We are currently developing links with a wide variety of Cultural Providers including Norwich Castle Museum, The Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library and St Peter Mancroft Church.
Throughout the year we organise a wide diversity of Arts and Cultural events, both within our school and the wider community.
Arts & Culture 2022-23
We recently celebrated the wide range of diversity and heritage in our community.
Arts & Culture 2020-21
Celebrating Arts & Culture 2021-22
Despite the challenges faced by Coronavirus, we have still managed to celebrate a variety of Cultural and Arts events. During Lockdown, our students and staff were invited to share anything creative that they were doing at home. The response was amazing!
Arts & Culture 2019-20
Despite the challenges posed by Coronavirus we were still able to enjoy a wide variety of cultural events through the year.
Arts & Culture 2018-19