April 23 2014 Latest news:
School children may dream of becoming firemen, but few get to study in an actual fire station.
Campaigners fighting moves to turn a primary school into an academy will hold a public meeting to update parents on a legal challenge to the process.
Ofsted grades received by Norfolk schools showed a significant improvement during the last school term, an analysis carried out by the EDP has found.
It has been described as the biggest change in special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) for generations, and will affect thousands of families across our region.
The proportion of Norfolk parents securing a place for their child at their first-preference primary school has increased, despite more than
A mentoring programme run by City College Norwich has made a young business dream come true.
Children across England are learning today which primary school they will be attending from this autumn.
Norwich student Laura Dennis has been announced as a winner of a national prize for writing on the subject of art curation. Laura, who is studying MA Curation at Norwich University of the Arts (NUA), is one of three winners of the Axisweb Curated Selection Prize, which was selected by a jury including Sarah Martin, head of exhibitions at Turner Contemporary.
A Norfolk student is gearing up for an experience of a lifetime ahead of a charity trip to Fiji.
A Norwich shop worker has steered his life back on track by passing his driving test after overcoming severe anxiety and low self-esteem problems.
Youngsters have been enjoying some Easter fun at Sewell Toy Library in Norwich.
A Hellesdon school needs your vote in its quest for £25,000 worth of funding for a revamp of its school playground.
Sugar and spice and all things nice, that’s what the goodies at Drayton Junior School’s cake club are made of.
A sunshine Spring Fling was a super success as thousands of youngsters flocked to the Norfolk showground.
City College staff today said a cheerful goodbye to the oldest building on its campus as demolition work on saw-toothed workshops got underway.
The future of education in Norfolk has received a triple boost with the news two schools have received a national designation for teacher training, and a scheme to train future leaders of challenging schools has come to the county.
A college has said it will take on 160 engineering apprentices whose training centre announced it will close in July.
Five months before the introduction of free school meals for infants, councils are still assessing how ready their schools are.
Football fans of all ages flocked to Great Yarmouth to get their picture taken with one of the game’s most coveted pieces of silver ware.
A huge festival of science at a Costessey school boosted students’ learning ahead of exams.
An east Norfolk school has been placed in special measures after being branded ‘inadequate’ by Ofsted.
A super sell-out Spring Fling is on the cards tomorrow at the Norfolk showground.
A social worker, who used unnecessary force against a student with autism, has been struck off.
An assistant Brownie leader has been presented with a top Guiding award as she prepares to take part in a project in Africa.
Hundreds of parents in east Norfolk are starting the school Easter break facing a dilemma over how to get their children safely to school after free bus passes were finally withdrawn.
The headteacher of a primary school in north Norfolk has said she is “pleased” after its rating was boosted to good in its latest Ofsted report.
Fairies, nymphs and princesses sashayed down the catwalk when hair and beauty students from Great Yarmouth College showed off their skills.
Artists are being invited to take part in a competition which has a £1,500 cash prize and sees the winning picture being displayed at the prestigious Sainsbury Centre in Norwich.
Angry parents have hit out after their children will not have a permanent teacher for the final school term.
The first time Andy Whittle visited Hethersett Middle School, he said that he fell in love with it.