The provision, known as ‘Suffolk New College – on the coast’, will initially offer study programmes in business, games design and IT, health and social care, art, design and media, construction and vocational access programmes.
A Colchester further education (FE) college says it is making “all the right decisions” to support a sustainable future after receiving a notice of concern for its financial health from a government agency.
A new series of six lectures begins at Ipswich Institute on Friday exploring the relationship between music and the region it was created in – including a look at some of East Anglia’s lesser-known artists.
One of Ipswich’s biggest primary schools has celebrated after Ofsted inspectors rated the school as ‘good’ in its latest inspection, completing a remarkable transformation in its fortunes in the last five years.
The principal of a regional land college said he was looking forward to a recently-announced boost in government funding “after two decades of funding squeezes that our sector has taken in stoic silence”.
In the latest sign of headteachers and education chiefs taking a stronger stance on the controversial issue, unapproved family holidays accounted for 38,615 days of unauthorised absences in the 2015/16 academic year in Suffolk.