October 31 2014 Latest news:
Grassroots football in Norwich could be transformed by plans for a state-of-the-art floodlit artificial grass pitch (AGP) at a Norwich high school, its proponents have said.
Ministers approved a new free school in central Norwich despite warnings its opening would have a high impact on two schools less than two miles away, it has emerged.
Brave Jody Baxter has spoken of his determination to raise awareness about suicide and help others who have lost loved ones after his sister Maisie took her life aged just 13.
Steven Dye, a history teacher at Wymondham College, wrote this tribute to Attleborough Academy vice principal David Bartram, who died on October 25:
Incredible young people whose achievements are an inspiration to us all have been honoured at a special awards ceremony hosted by an Olympic champion.
She may have left school without any qualifications, but Jasmine Presley has more than made up for it after she was the toast of the graduates at City College Norwich’s graduation day.
Hundreds of family members and friends have joined students at Norwich Cathedral to celebrate a sunny graduation day as the culmination of all their hard work.
A popular Afghan student who is facing deportation says he has been overwhelmed by support as he battles to stay in the UK.
A nursery has celebrated its re-opening after a £90,000 grant from the Norfolk Community Foundation supported its refurbishment.
Schoolchildren in Great Yarmouth have contributed to the borough’s Festival of Remembrance by making poppy petals to fall from the ceiling during the service.
Norwich Cathedral will today become a scene of celebration as the achievements of more than 500 students who completed degrees and other higher education courses with City College Norwich will be recognised.
Ofsted has announced an independent review of its investigation into claims that three Norfolk schools connected to Dame Rachel de Souza received advance notice of up-coming inspections.
Allegations that an academy chain in charge of a raft of Norfolk schools had prior knowledge of inspections should be re-investigated amid any new evidence, education secretary Nicky Morgan has said.
Pressure is mounting on Ofsted today for further reassurances over claims three Norfolk schools were unfairly given advance notice of inspections.
The Inspiration Trust has hit back at fresh claims made in the Ofsted tip-off saga, concerning three schools and ‘superhead’ Dame Rachel De Souza.
Sitting in their classroom studying the Second World War, it was hard for Taverham Hall Preparatory School pupils to imagine what life in Norfolk was like at the time.
An education minister has officially opened a new Norwich high school.
The heads of Great Yarmouth High School are “taking effective action” to bring the secondary up to scratch, an Ofsted inspector has ruled.
A Gorleston school criticised by Ofsted at its last inspection has been told it needs to take “immediate action” to bring about the rapid improvements needed.
A campaign is calling on the Government to use the pupil premium to support young carers in school. Reporter Kim Briscoe talked to one young carer about her experiences.
Green-fingered pupils have been enjoying the great outdoors and planting their own orchard.
A science writer with more than 300 books to his name has helped children at a village primary school celebrate the opening of their new library.
Visitors to Easton and Otley College took a walk on the wild side at an environmental event set up by the RSPB.
Norfolk nurse Edith Cavell and members of Norwich School who lost their lives during the First World War were among the fallen heroes to be remembered at a special service at the Tower of London.
Norfolk County Council has been accused of wasting taxpayers’ money after it emerged the interim executive board which oversaw the conversion of a primary school into an academy cost more than £18,000.
A clan of baby dragons are set to fly into Norfolk schools as pupils take part in an education project linked to next year’s GoGoDragons! charity art trail through Norwich.
Pupils at a Norwich school are waiting to hear if an unusual record attempt will make them happy.
TV personality Stephen Fry has added some celebrity appeal to a Norfolk college’s marketing campaign to get more young people interested in farming.
Hard-pressed parents, breathe a sigh of relief. For tens of thousands of tetchy teenagers will be allowed a lie-in as part of an education experiment.
A groundbreaking experiment by Oxford University will see tens of thousands of students starting school at 10am in a bid to see whether later start times improve exam results.