March 4 2015 Latest news:
The Hewett School is set to become an academy sponsored by the Inspiration Trust, after the government revealed its preferred future for the troubled high school.
The fight for the future of the Hewett School could be set for the High Court, after county council leaders revealed they were prepared to take legal action against the government.
Young cellists are among those who have been taking part in this year’s Norfolk County Music Festival.
People will be able to explore parts of Norwich’s history while spotting dragons this summer after four sponsors pledged their support to a special project.
Some rather unusual pupils are flying into classrooms across Norfolk as the GoGoDragons! schools project gathers pace.
It is a list likely to provoke memories as much as debate. LYNN CROMBIE looks into a report which identifies the 50 books children should have read by the age of 16
More than 4,000 young people have been tuning up to take part in a special celebration of music as the Norfolk County Music Festival marks its 90th anniversary.
The Hewett School’s first Ofsted monitoring report since it was put in special measures has said uncertainty about its future has made it difficult for the school or county council to make long-term plans for its improvement.
Pupils and parents have paid a heartfelt farewell to the head of a small village school at a tea party to mark her retirement.
Around 640 competitive youngsters put on their running shoes yesterday to try and be named cross country champion.
Are you bright enough to join an organisation reserved for the intellectual elite? You can find out on Saturday.
Tributes have been paid to a much-loved former teacher described as having a “magical gift” with children who has died at the age of 66.
On Friday the Norfolk Winter School Games was kicked off in style when youngsters from across Norfolk took part in sports including skiing.
A city high school which was plunged into special measures last year is “in a good position from which it can improve quickly”, according to its first Ofsted monitoring report.
A bid for a pedestrian crossing on a busy section of North Walsham’s Happisburgh Road has been put on Norfolk County Council’s “long list”.
It was a discovery most archaeologists could only dream of making once in their career. For Tom Lucking, it came during the first year of his undergraduate course at the UEA.
Film, fashion, sculpture and more are being digitally projected onto one of Norwich University of the Arts’ buildings for a special anniversary project.
As student projects go, it’s on a slightly bigger scale than most.
Staff and students at a Hethersett school have said farewell to a 300-year-old beech tree which has stood in its grounds since it opened.
Norwich pupils are celebrating the 150th anniversary year of their school by performing a hit musical at a city theatre.
A primary school which has been helped by a school in Hertfordshire after it was put into special measures has been told it is making good progress.
A teenager who struggled to find work has combined her love of animals with an entrepreneurial spirit to launch her own business.
Campaigners fighting for the future of the Hewett School are lobbying their MP to turn up the pressure on government.
Have a look at some of stunning examples of body painting from a college competition whose winners will show off their skills at a high-profile festival.
Organisers of the third annual Tour De Broads Festival have announced their official charity partner.
Pupils at Henderson Green Primary school in Norwich delved into the history of the Romans to mark the finale of their after-school club.
A high school teacher has been told he cannot teach for at least five years following his conviction for two sex offences.
The headteacher of a leading Norwich high school has been named a national leader of education (NLE).
A thought-provoking new play based on the 2011 London Riots is to be performed by young actors in Norwich.
According their 2013-14 accounts, these are the amounts that academies and academy trusts with schools in Norfolk paid out in staff severance payments last year.