December 22 2014 Latest news:
Pupils, governors, staff and parents at a Hellesdon school are celebrating following a ‘good’ Ofsted report by inspectors.
Activities for pre-school children and new facilities for children with special educational needs are among the ideas being looked at as part of a plan to turn Norwich’s struggling Hewett School into a “learning village”.
A Norwich primary school has been given a Christmas present of an Ofsted report which praised its “outstanding curriculum.”
A new principal with 30 years’ experience in land-based education will take over at Easton and Otley College in April next year.
Some Norwich pupils were absolutely thrilled when Santa and some of his elves paid their school a visit.
Hopscotch grids and goalposts are what usually decorate school playgrounds
Civil servants warned Norfolk’s first university technical college was “likely to affect the long-term viability” of five high schools, according to new documents released today.
Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library has had the highest amount of visitors and issued more books than any other library in the UK for the eighth year running.
A new vision has been set out for the troubled Hewett School in Norwich, which was placed in special measures last month.
Primary schools in Norfolk and Suffolk have some of the worst results for reading, writing and maths in the country.
Serious concerns about behaviour at a Norwich academy have been raised after a snap inspection by Ofsted.
Primary schools in Norfolk and Suffolk have one of the lowest attainments for reading, writing and maths in England, new figures reveal.
The region’s schools are still failing to reach their full potential, an Ofsted chief has warned.
Norfolk has one of the worst records for children attending good or outstanding primary and secondary schools in the region, according to Ofsted.
Hundreds of people have signed an online petition opposing any moves to turn a troubled Norwich high school into an academy.
A junior school whose pupils speak of it with “great pride” has been judged ‘good’ across the board following its latest Ofsted inspection.
Three areas in our region are among the worst-performing in England for the reading ability of children from low-income families, according to new research.
An award-winning student was invited to the House of Lords to share her story and help showcase further education in the UK.
The former site of a Norwich school could become home to hundreds of University of East Anglia students, if a multi-million pound scheme gets the go-ahead.
Art students from across Norfolk have been involved in a special exhibition in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
A school for special needs children has been rated ‘Good’ in its latest Ofsted report and has been praised for the outstanding behaviour of its pupils.
A deputy headteacher who formed one third of a three-way division of leadership at a city high school had left his post, it has emerged.
A new survey claims schools are phasing out the traditional Christmas nativity - but is that the case in Norfolk and Suffolk?
Two Norwich high schools have been put in special measures. Education correspondent Martin George asks what their future holds, and where secondary education in the city stands.
Two Norwich high schools which were last week hit by damning inspection reports could face closure or being taken over by groups with no previous connections to Norfolk.
A mum who turned her fortunes around after facing redundancy is celebrating after opening her own nursery in Fleggburgh.
A planned £3m incubation centre to help develop business ideas has seen Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) win a national award for innovation in the arts.
It is never easy choosing your future career path as a youngster, but help was at hand with an interactive careers fair.
A Gorleston teacher who attracted national attention after he banned the word “banter” from his class, saying it encouraged bullying, has left his post.
Communities have rallied to support two Norwich high schools which came under heavy fire in damning Ofsted reports.