April 21 2015 Latest news:
A dog which helps pupils to relax and learn to read has left one youngster at home – because she has an allergy.
A festival which aims to inspire young people with books and stories is preparing to fly into Norwich with a packed programme of events.
Aspiring aviation engineers were given the chance to find out more about the industry in an event at Norwich airport.
The threat of closure to Norfolk County Council’s adult education service is “very serious”, councillors have admitted, but stressed they are on the right track to turning it around.
A Norfolk junior school has been removed from special measures two years after becoming an academy, while its sister school has achieved another ‘good’ Ofsted.
On the day of Norwich’s biggest game of the season, asking pupils to come to school dressed in blue and white might seem a bit odd.
A Swiss university has launched a research project looking into the Norwich accent. Martin George listens out for what makes it such a distinctive and wonderful sound.
A record number of children in Norfolk will start primary school in September and nine out of ten have got their first choice place.
Parents are concerned for their children’s safety as they try to navigate roadworks on a busy school run route.
Just over 92pc of Norfolk primary school children will be starting at their first choice school this autumn.
The head of a city school has condemned the “foolish” actions of a man who caused more than £150,000 worth of flood damage to computers and equipment after taking metal piping from the roof.
Two overcrowded village schools will undergo a £1.5m transformation to expand and modernise their outdated classrooms.
Some of the greatest talent in the music industry will be in Norwich for a week of workshops ahead of Europe’s biggest free music festival, the Radio 1 Big Weekend.
Singer-songwriter Jessie Ware is rumoured to be among the artists and DJs coming to Norwich for the Radio 1 Academy ahead of the Big Weekend.
The closures of a high school sixth form and a village primary have moved closer with the announcement of a formal consultation.
Young Norfolk performers are being given the chance to star in a touring opera show coming to Norwich.
The level of school attendance in parts of our region is among the worst in the country, according to figures which will raise fresh concerns about efforts to improve education standards.
The University of East Anglia is continuing to offer one of the best student experiences in the country, according to a survey released today.
Talented young musicians are preparing to take a Norwich audience on a musical tour of the Americas.
Norwich school pupils have been putting their horticultural talents to the test by taking part in a daffodil growing competition.
The challenge facing two troubled city high schools have intensified after it emerged that more than half the places for new pupils are likely to be unfilled next September.
The number of takeaway outlets in Norfolk has risen dramatically over the past 20 years prompting concern about the effect on obesity in parts of the county.
UKIP members have suggested turning the Hewett into a grammar school or a state-run boarding school.
The government has defended two leaders of a Norfolk academy chain set to take over a city high school, after questions were raised about potential conflicts of interest.
The first free school opened by the Inspiration Trust chain of academies has been rated ‘good’ across the board by Ofsted inspectors.
A second headteacher in a week has resigned at short notice from a prominent academy chain.
Six schools near Norwich will join together later this year to form the largest school partnership in the county – which will help support the learning of nearly 1,000 pupils.
The academy chain named as the preferred sponsor of a city high school has hit back at claims some of its land could be sold off.
The appointment of a headteacher from north Norfolk will be a “significant step” in the recovery of Sewell Park College, the chairman of its interim governors has said.
Two city schools will be able to start their merger after receiving a £500,000 government grant.