October 30 2014 Latest news:
Education chiefs in Suffolk have praised teachers for raising standards after new figures revealed significant improvements in attainment for the county’s three to seven year olds.
Geoff Barton talks about his school trip to Kurdistan
Does education save lives?
The last time I contributed to the Raising the Bar column, I spoke about the need for us to challenge ourselves and each other on behalf of Suffolk’s children and young people.
Tony Loynes is the EADT Education Correspondent and is looking to hear from parents, teachers, students and all those who are experiencing education in this county.
YouEd, our new online education campaign is devoted to your views and experiences and will give you a voice.
Too often politicians, bureaucrats and even journalists simply talk at you and don’t look as though they are listening. We are listening and we welcome your thoughts.
Cadets from 301 (Bury St Edmunds) Squadron, Air Training Corps are celebrating their success at this year’s Wing Swimming Competition.
Framlingham 1st XI girls were crowned county champions after a superb display in a physically demanding night of hockey. The first match saw a comfortable 3-0 win against Woodbridge School, goals from Hattie Sunderland (2) and Abby Gooderham.
See how the most-recently inspected schools performed or tell us what you think of the standard of education at your
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