Monday, July 9, 2018
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Primary school pupils expressed their inner-Einstein at a science day.

A primary school in South Norfolk requires improvement, according to the education watchdog.

A high school pupil has won a national competition to design a postage stamp highlighting the importance of oceans and reefs.

Hethersett Old Hall School

As headteacher of Archbishop Sancroft High School (ASHS) in Harleston for the past 10 years, Richard Cranmer knows better than anyone the increasing pressure on schools to deliver good results. Here, he tells ANDREW PAPWORTH why he thinks exam results are important, there is more to teaching than just grades.

Pupils and staff have said a fond farewell to a dedicated caretaker who has been involved with a Hethersett school for three decades.

For thousands of students around Norfolk and Suffolk, exams have now arrived.

Half-a-million pounds of government money could be put towards tackling exclusion in Norfolk’s schools, after a bid was submitted by council officers.

Department for Education

A junior school is celebrating its 50th anniversary by inviting old pupils to share their memories.

Robert Kett

Teaching children about food can bring long-term benefits to the farming industry which produces it – but one Norfolk school seeks to prove it can have a much wider impact on education too. CHRIS HILL reports.

New schools and extensions are in the pipeline as council bosses look to spend £33m to make sure there are enough school places in fast-growing communities.

Hethersett Academy

Collected lots of Sports for Schools tokens and wondering what to do next? Here’s everything you need to know.

Exam season is about to start for thousands of teenagers across Norfolk. As major changes are being introduced to the GCSE grading system, reporter SOPHIE WYLLIE looks at what this means for pupils and parents.

Department for Education

Norfolk’s largest group of schools is “getting its act together” - but does still not have high enough standards, inspectors have said.

A small primary school has been praised for its harmonious environment in an Ofsted report.

United Kingdom

A school has opened a woodland learning area it hopes will make its pupils more resourceful and healthy.

Easton and Otley College

Two Norfolk teachers are in the running for top awards.

Wymondham College

For many years, it has been a crucial exam aid which has helped students plan just how much time they have got to write an essay or solve a mathematical puzzle.

An artist famous for his muddy creations on the back of his white van inspired children to create their own masterpieces during a school visit.

Young reading enthusiasts are needed to help children choose what books to read at Norfolk’s libraries this summer.

Norfolk County Council

A playgroup is marking its 50th anniversary this weekend by inviting the community to celebrate with them.

A primary school pupil has received a £50 book voucher after winning a design competition.

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