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Hailed Britain’s very own Harry Connick Jr, Joe Stilgoe makes a welcome return to the Ipswich School Festival of Music this year.
A group of parents from Suffolk are planning to take their children out of school for the day in a show of protest against SATs exams.
Why do people believe in so many weird things?
A recruitment drive to bring more teachers to Essex – from as far afield as Australia – is being continued by County Hall.
A top performing Suffolk school has been recognised nationally for nurturing success in its pupils.
Schools which could be forced to become academies under Government proposals could remain under Endeavour House control, it emerged last night.
Education chiefs in Essex are working to improve attainment levels for pupils from poorer backgrounds.
With many schools in Ipswich unable to meet demand for the number of applications it receives, parents in some areas being left to rely on their second choices.
A dishwasher caught alight at a Lowestoft school this afternoon.
The issue of how the education system can better support the mental health of youngsters was tackled at a conference promoting mindfulness and wellbeing last week.
A Suffolk school’s efforts to guard against cyber bullying were backed by a touring boyband on their own online safety crusade.
Young students have been praised after performing a swashbuckling school play based on Robin Hood.
An Exning pre-school has received top marks for its third consecutive Ofsted inspection.
The creative talents of Suffolk New College’s future stylists and make-up artists were showcased during the annual hair and beauty competition.
Students living in the University of Essex’s iconic Towers accommodation blocks could face up to three weeks with reduced lighting after maintenance staff spotted a problem during routine safety checks.
Thousands of Suffolk schoolchildren paid tribute to the Queen on her 90th birthday yesterday as they celebrated their rural roots.
A parent has spoken out over claims a GP surgery could be allowed to operate at an Essex school, saying the move would be “unsafe” and “unhygienic” for children.
Wouldn’t it be great if children dragged their parents to the fruit and vegetable aisles of supermarkets as soon as they passed through the door?
Seeds that have been nurtured in space by astronaut Tim Peake have returned to earth and are now being grown at a Sudbury school.
University Campus Suffolk has been rated above internationally-famed institutions including Oxford, Cambridge and Warwick, in a national survey of students views.
Pupils from schools across Suffolk took part in the Try a Train Day yesterday, as part of a pilot to help youngsters with disabilities use public transport independently.
UCS Waterfront photographic art auction proves a great success
A primary school in Ipswich has submitted plans to build new classrooms after an influx in recent years of parents wanting to send their kids to the school.
An octogenarian, who for half a century has been tending to scraped knees in the playground and ensuring that hungry youngsters eat a hearty lunch, has been recognised for her dedication.
Senior leaders at an Ipswich pupil referral unit which has doubled in size have been praised by Ofsted for guiding the educational facility through a “period of major change”.
A fundraising drive has been launched to pay for a £300,000 annex to a village hall, which will provide much-needed space for local pre-school children.
More than nine out of 10 children in Suffolk were offered their family’s first choice primary school by the county council for this September.
More Suffolk schools than ever before have been rated either Good or Outstanding by Ofsted, with 80% of the county’s schools hitting the benchmark.
Two “extraordinary” University of Essex buildings scooped the “ultimate accolade” at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) awards last night.
Scarred FOR life exhibition linked to new heart initiative at university
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