July 24 2014 Latest news:
Young learners capped off their school year with a colourful graduation-style ceremony at their village church.
Teenage computer whizzes swapped schoolbooks for software as they triumphed in a programming competition.
A nursery leader who has shaped hundreds of children’s lives over two decades has waved an emotional goodbye to the role.
Author, actor, comedian, producer and writer Charlie Higson can add another string to his bow - a doctorate of letters.
It’s an ode to Norfolk’s stunning waterways – but with an adventurous twist.
A musical adaptation of the classic novel Frankenstein has been crowned best film in an annual media awards ceremony.
Graduation day is a celebration for all those involved, but Chloe Payne has more to celebrate than others.
Months of hard work and dedication from 80 young people culminated in a special summer show at the Open venue in Norwich.
School was out early for hundreds of North Walsham High pupils who left their classrooms for the day and enjoyed an 11-mile ramble in beautiful sunshine.
Champion schoolboy footballers from nearly 40 years ago came together again in North Walsham to remember their glory days.
Three Norfolk junior schools are leading the way with a new award aimed at developing pupils’ character and resilience, and teaching them about remembrance and respect.
Teenagers who were told they could not go on a school trip because of passport problems have been thrown a lifeline – just 10 hours before departure.
The number of Norfolk schoolchildren who have reached expected levels of development by the end of their reception year has outstripped the council’s target.
Education bosses look set to be given two years to prove a new primary school is needed in the heart of Norwich, after a wrangle over a patch of city centre land.
Friends who’d been apart for decades shared memories from times gone by as they gathered under the sun in Norwich this weekend to mark a special milestone.
Talented athletes of all ages battled it out in the final of this year’s Norfolk Village Games.
The new head teacher at Great Yarmouth’s first primary academy has pledged to build on its success as he prepares to take the reins.
A headteacher who waved an emotional goodbye to a Norwich school has admitted that retirement will leave a gap in his life.
Youngsters in Acle will get their hands dirty making mud pies and discovering bugs in their new outdoor kitchen.
The education group behind seven Norfolk schools has announced its bid to open an eighth - and make it “the best in Norfolk”.
Bare-shouldered prom princesses put on brave smiles as they arrived for Stalham High School year 11’s last hurrah in conditions more like mid September than high summer.
The new principal of an outstanding state boarding school has said that he aims to make it a “beacon of good practice”.
A Gorleston junior school has been told it must improve after inspectors found pupils’ progress was uneven and teachers did not provide the right classroom challenges.
Sports star Emily Crowe has spoken of how winning a Bernard Matthews Youth Award has helped her further her gymnastic dreams.
A Great Yarmouth school’s determined battle for recognition has finally been rewarded with a clean sweep of “goods” from Ofsted.
Young people who have excelled in the Step Learning Programme have been honoured for their achievements.
With local, regional and national champions in a range of sports on its register, Wymondham College is reflecting on another year of sporting success.
A Bradwell primary school has been praised for helping its pupils progress.
Vintage cars, camper vans and a Routemaster bus were some of the memorable modes of transport for Hellesdon High School pupils as they arrived in style for their end of school prom.
Celebrated actor John Hurt will today hand out degrees to the biggest ever cohort of graduates from the Norwich University of the Arts.