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Wednesday, May 15, 2019

A Norfolk high school has been chosen to host a prime time BBC show presented by a broadcasting legend.

Planning permission has been granted for a new 420-place primary school in a Norfolk village.

The clamour for school places in Wymondham has been revealed as figures show almost 100 families trying to get their child a reception place in the town for the new school year were left disappointed.

More than 100 schoolchildren from across Norfolk joined forces to take part in an anti-bullying project that aims to support pupils who have been targeted by bullies.

A Norfolk primary school has launched a fundraising drive to support a charity which helps people recovering from brain injuries.

"Key changes" in education policy are behind an academy trust's decision to pursue a merger with a larger organisation.

An £8m improvement scheme at a Norfolk high school has been given the go-ahead.

A south Norfolk pre-school rated "inadequate" by Ofsted is making strides towards improvement.

One of the two remaining single-sex schools in Norfolk is set to become fully co-educational.

Plans have been submitted to repair a Grade II listed building at a school that has had to be partially closed due to its leaky roof and fears over its structural stability.

Nine secondary schools in Norfolk have more than one in five of their places for the new intake in September unfilled, figures reveal.

Students are marching an 8,000 mile trek to the Falkland Islands to raise money for a veterans charity.

Pupils from Barnham Primary School had an explosive time during National Science Week.

As the size of Norfolk grows, so too must the number of school places for its children. Bethany Whymark reports on a council vision for the future of schools.

Broadland District Council

Fantastic Mr Fox, Gandalf, and the Gruffalo were just some of the weird and wonderful characters to make an appearance in schools across the region last week.

A South Norfolk village primary that made news when it adopted a school dog has gained an across the board "good" rating from Ofsted inspectors.

For many parents, World Book Day is synonymous with a last minute scramble to find original costumes, but this year one primary school is taking a different approach to the national celebration.

A charity-run nursery and complex needs school will be stocking up on thousands of pounds worth of free books as the winners of our Books for Schools competition are announced.

A Norfolk parent is encouraging others to ask their children about the Momo challenge after discovering his seven-year-old son had been exposed to it.

East Anglia has been snubbed by a government pilot scheme to improve broadband speeds in rural primary schools.

Department for Education

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