March 12 2014 Latest news:
As the University of East Anglia unveils a new cookbook for students, we’re asking readers for their kitchen horror stories.
Norfolk could become home to one of 30 new maths hubs in England which will host teachers from China in a bid to spread teaching methods used in Shanghai classrooms.
A Norfolk MP has challenged people to test their numerical skills on World Maths Day.
Hundreds of youngsters from around Norfolk flocked to the city today to compete in day three of the Norfolk Winter School Games.
A new creative arts block at City College Norwich college has won a Civic Trust Award, which recognises the best in architecture, design, planning, landscape and public art.
Families of children with special and additional needs have been invited to a free conference which will discuss how new government legislation will affect them.
Norfolk parents need to put more pressure on schools over their child’s level of achievement, according to a leading Norfolk educationalist who returned from a fact-finding mission to China.
A 57-feet tall tower has been added to the building which will house Norfolk’s first university technical college.
Parents should be “much more demanding” of their schools according to a leading Norfolk educationalist who has returned from a week-long trip to learn how maths is taught in China.
University of East Anglia students who received some of a record-breaking number of scholarships in the UEA’s 50th anniversary year have had the chance to say a personal thank you to their benefactors.
Our readers have narrowly backed the idea of a shorter summer holiday for Norfolk schools, after headteachers revealed they were considering re-organising the school year.
Social workers are going into Norfolk schools to target needy children and stop them from ending up in care.
Apprentices and their employers were given the red carpet treatment at Carrow Road as City College Norwich held its annual apprenticeship awards.
Congratulations to everyone who was honoured at City College Norwich’s apprenticeships awards 2014. Here is the full list of winners.
The government has said the interim governors of a school at the centre of an academisation row do have the power to apply for it to change status.
Norwich University of the Arts has completed the purchase of a prominent city-centre building to house its expanding architecture course and a media studio space.
Dad’s Army, Robbie Williams, John Peel, the Kray twins and even The Parish Councillor’s Guide all make the list, but no-one has owned up to owning a copy of 50 Shades of Grey.
A Dereham school has made its first forays into an exciting new phase of computer-aided manufacture after taking delivery of a 3D printer.
Children centres, pre-schools, nurseries and childminders are being targeted in a new push to improve the number of Norfolk under-fives achieving a good level of development.
Move over the “selfie” – the popular self-portraits of celebrities and everyday people which go viral on social media.
Improving attendance has been the key to improving performance at a primary school serving a deprived area, its headteacher said after receiving a positive Ofsted report.
The battle over the future of Cavell Primary School could move towards the courts after opponents to it becoming an academy started legal proceedings.
Teenagers stand in muddy, water-filled trenches and dank pitch black tunnels in a foreign land.
The traditional six-week school summer holiday could become a thing of the past as Norfolk headteachers debate moving to a six-term school year.
A crackdown on dangerous parking outside four Norwich schools will take place later this month, with schoolchildren playing a part in getting the road safety message over to their parents.
Breckland’s landscape has been brought to life through the words of budding poets across the district.
A dedicated team of organic food champions at a Dereham school have won national acclaim for their online record of a recent “roast dinner day”.
Recent successes at Dereham Sixth Form College have sparked a rapid increase in pupil admissions – raising longer-term questions over how to fund new classrooms as the site nears its capacity.
The man appointed to lead Great Yarmouth College (GYC) to its ‘outstanding’ Ofsted goal has said he is “delighted” to take on the role.
From doctors and nurses to spacemen and Formula One drivers, school children from Norwich enjoyed dressing up as their future selves during a recent aspiration week.