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The deputy headteacher of an Ipswich primary school is running the London Marathon on Sunday – with the aim of his inspiring his pupils to stay fit and active.
Parents and teachers at a Suffolk school have raised concerns about the cancellation of a bus service used by pupils – and wider issues of proposed cuts to student transport funding.
Thousands of schoolchildren descended on the home of the Suffolk Show as it basked in glorious sunshine at a unique celebration of the county’s farming roots.
There’s celebrations taking place at a special school in Sudbury this week after it maintained its “outstanding” rating following the latest Ofsted inspection.
The number of Suffolk parents who will see their child go to their first choice primary school has risen, it has been revealed.
Top names in the education world came together to hear about key issues facing the teaching profession at an inaugural Suffolk conference.
Students nurses attending the University of Suffolk, the University of Essex and Angia Ruskin University have had their loans and grants cut off or reduced due to administrative errors.
A new multi-academy trust bringing together schools in mid Suffolk has been launched this month, with the first five schools converting to academies under its umbrella.
A successful television presenter has visited an Ipswich college to share her knowledge and experiences with students.
Two former teachers with more than 40 years combined experience have announced plans to launch a unique outdoor learning experience.
A charity shop takeover project which saw business students from West Suffolk College create eye-catching window displays has been hailed as a “great success”.
Ten Suffolk primary schools are the latest to have been approved for converting to academies –with two established trusts already confirmed as on board.
Youngsters from an east Suffolk school are to help professional puppeteers to tell the story of Black Shuck later this month.
A Bury St Edmunds primary school has become the latest to join a growing academy trust.
Construction is now underway on a new 900-place secondary school in Colchester, with the site expected to accept its first pupils next autumn.
Law students at the University of Suffolk have been given a behind-the-scenes insight of the workings of Ipswich Crown court.
Students at the school in Woodbridge have been raising money for charity by taking part in their annual Readathon.
A former chairman of governors at West Suffolk College in Bury St Edmunds described receiving his MBE from Prince William at Buckingham Palace as “a very special day”.
A campaign encouraging youngsters to eat healthy foods and stay active is being launched in Suffolk.
The children at a Great Finborough school put on quite a show last month when they headed to Ipswich for a three-day run of Guys and Dolls.
Children at a Stowmarket school took part in a special community project last week to benefit the local environment.
An eye-catching mural has been unveiled in a Bury St Edmunds secondary school following a project with the town’s arts society.
The school which will be housed on the site of the former Holywells High School will be run by the Samuel Ward Academy Trust.
Bosses behind the government’s Ipswich Opportunity Area programme to boost education in town have launched the first tenders worth nearly a quarter of a million – with local businesses urged to get involved.
The Suffolk school that puts children in charge of their own learning is holding a unique conference next weekend to celebrate ‘democratic education’.
Public health teams in west Suffolk are struggling to recruit school and visiting nurses, Suffolk County Council has reported.
Three former art students at One sixth form in Ipswich have had their work professionally exhibited at a pair of London galleries.
A community-led campaign to support art provision at a Bury St Edmunds special school saw nearly £8,000 raised.
Scores of jobs are under threat at the region’s leading agricultural college.
An Essex teacher and another from the East of England have been awarded payouts totalling more than £300,000 after suffering accidents on school property.
Bury St Edmunds
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