July 6 2015 Latest news:
One of Norwich’s GoGoDragons! has been repaired and is once again standing proud in Tombland.
More young people are being given the chance to learn sign language thanks to the inspirational campaign of teenager Jade Chapman.
A primary school serving a growing but transient community has been told it “requires improvement” by Ofsted.
At least seven tutors at Norfolk’s troubled Adult Education Service have resigned in protest at changes made since it was rated “inadequate” by Ofsted.
The recently-appointed principal of a city academy trying to turn around its performance has said the staffing changes she is introducing are needed to make the transformation she wants.
A poignant production about Norfolk nurse and First World War heroine Edith Cavell is being performed by young people at Norwich Cathedral.
The fruits of some of Norwich’s most imaginative minds will go on display today when the Norwich University of the Art’s degree show opens to the public.
Based on Department for Education data for Norfolk primary schools in 2014, these schools are in danger of being classed as ‘coasting’ if they achieve similar results in 2015 and 2016:
The government has fired a warning shot across the bows of more than 100 schools in our region after announcing new rules that could see them branded
Not every “coasting” school will become an academy, the region’s schools commissioner has told MPs.
It was the setting for BBC Radio 1’s Academy as part of the Big Weekend and has hosted the likes of The Darkness, Belle and Sebastian and Bellowhead. But OPEN, in Norwich’s Bank Plain, is much more than just a music venue. As part of a series of features celebrating its tenth anniversary reporter LUCY CLAPHAM explores its work.
The new head of a Norwich high school seeking to escape from special measures has said everyone is pulling together to help it succeed.
A high school which is today launching a consultation on becoming an academy has announced the date of a meeting with parents and the wider community about the plans.
A pink tuk-tuk, an ice cream van, American muscle cars, several Bentleys and a huge truck were among the ways that North Walsham High School leavers arrived at Northrepps Cottage on Friday for their now-traditional prom.
The battle over the future of one of Norwich’s most prominent high schools has taken a new twist as it emerged the county council has demanded that it be given ownership of its land.
Efforts to improve Norfolk’s troubled adult education service have met “pockets of resistance” from some staff, according to a report.
As new government research shows a return to more traditional, smarter school uniforms, Education correspondent MARTIN GEORGE looks into what is behind the resurgence of blazers and ties in the classroom
A Norfolk college campus hosted an emotional send-off for an inspirational educator who was the driving force behind the growth of the region’s main centre of agricultural learning.
Young people have been modelling the latest looks at an evening packed full of fashion, music and dance.
Parents are increasingly unhappy about the cost of school uniforms, according to new government research.
A teacher has been charged with a series of sex offences allegedly committed during his time at a top Norfolk private school.
Norwich School pupils are all set to entertain with a gala night celebrating the arts.
A high school academy has announced it is hoping to join a local multi-academy trust to achieve higher standards.
The Norwich area could be left with just two high schools that are not academies after it emerged that Sprowston High School will consult its parents about converting.
A city high school could see its community roots reflected in a new name when it becomes an academy.
Norwich has lost its unwanted tag as the worst district in England for GCSE results - but still remains near the bottom of the national table.
A meeting to consult the local community about the future of a Norwich high school has heard strong opposition to a controversial academy chain taking it over.
Dozens of high-flying graduates will be sent to train as teachers in some of our poorest communities in an effort to break the link between family income and a child’s performance at school.
An expanded schools programme is set to welcome 8,500 children to this year’s Royal Norfolk Show, following changes aimed at ensuring youngsters do not miss out on educational opportunities at next week’s event.
Students from the University of East Anglia joined protesters in a national anti-austerity march through the streets of London on Saturday.