May 25 2015 Latest news:
Reepham High has become the latest Norfolk school to be allowed to sponsor other academies.
A charity group has been left saddened after vandals attacked its double-decker bus that is set to become a mobile outreach centre.
There is nothing like a day at an adventure playground to bring a smile to a child.
Colourful prints, atmospheric photography and detailed landscapes were among the pieces on display when a group of Great Yarmouth students proudly showed off their artistic skills.
A children’s centre has told parents it will not close, despite uncertainty over its location after it was given notice to leave its current home.
A journalist and photographer from the Norwich Evening News have visited a junior school to help its newly-formed press gang as it prepares to launch a newspaper for pupils.
A Radio 1 presenter who fell in love with radio at the University of East Anglia will return this summer to receive an honorary degree.
Hundreds of people from across the county came together at a special event which gives those with disabilities the chance to try a range of different sports.
The Open Youth Trust (OPEN) is calling on the public to cast their vote so it can continue its life changing work with young people across Norfolk.
The school run can be a stressful part of the day for all involved.
An increasingly-sinister series of messages sent to a college’s 7.500 Twitter followers has been revealed as a stunt designed to drum up support for an Alice in Wonderland-themed event students will hold at Norwich Castle.
An infant school enjoyed a medieval makeover when knights in shining armour competed in a battle of jousting on its school yard.
A north Norfolk high school which education watchdogs said “required improvement” less than two years ago, has already turned itself around.
Well-wishers gave up part of their Sunday and rallied round to clear up the mess after a second vandal attack at the federation of North Walsham Junior, Infant School and Nursery.
A troubled Norwich high school which is at the centre of a controversy over becoming an academy has appointed a new permanent headteacher.
Tributes have been paid to Paula Kantor who was killed in the attack on a hotel in Afghanistan.
A Norfolk high school, which was partially shut today, will re-open tomorrow.
Tense shouting and stressful arguments have been replaced with calm and positive ways of dealing with conflict thanks to two Bowthorpe schools’ drive to help parents at home.
A multi-million pound development which would mean hundreds more students could live on the University of East Anglia’s campus have been given the go-ahead.
A group of college students is preparing for an opportunity of a lifetime to work in a high-end New York beach club.
The first school to become an academy in Norfolk has celebrated a “good” Ofsted report, after failing to meet the grade two years ago.
Assurances have been sought that cash in a £144m programme of improvements to almost 70 schools across Norfolk is being fairly shared out.
It is a film that has enthralled children across the world – and now the blockbuster Frozen has been the subject of a lecture and debate at the University of East Anglia.
A Norwich playschool has retained its outstanding status in its latest Ofsted report.
Children’s services bosses are today set to approve a £144m programme of improvements to almost 70 schools across our region.
A scheme to build new accommodation blocks that would allow hundreds more students to live on the University of East Anglia’s campus has been recommended for planning permission.
A week of workshops to help young people get their dream job have begun.
A new interim head of Norfolk County Council’s adult education service will be place by early next month, as it fights to overcome an ‘inadequate’ rating from inspectors.
An independent company has been hired to carry out a consultation about government plans for the Hewett School to become an Inspiration Trust academy.
A Norfolk high school was visited by Ofsted twice in two months after its headteacher deemed the inspection “incomplete”.