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Pupils from a Haverhill primary school celebrated the opening of their new outdoor classroom after it was destroyed by fire last year.
Pupils from a west Suffolk primary school became archaeologists for the day when they helped to dig from Roman treasures on a site being developed for affordable homes.
From Titan the giant robot who does Sean Connery impressions, to Titan the 99 year-old tractor that’s been lovingly restored, there was plenty to amuse both young and old at this year’s Tendring Show.
Suffolk leaders have pledged £1million to tackle youth unemployment across the county.
An independent Suffolk prep school has announced plans for new classrooms for nursery and reception classes offering “spectacular” views of the countryside.
Schools are celebrating after winning big in our Sports for Schools competition.
A Suffolk school underwent a magical transformation into an institution for young wizards – with more than 300 pupils enjoying tasters in a range of subjects.
An executive director at West Suffolk College has spoken of his pride after being named its first ever honorary commander.
An independent school near Bury St Edmunds is searching for old pupils to take part in a 50-year reunion event later this year.
Suffolk New College is backing a new government scheme which aims to help adults back into education.
A school is hoping to demolish its “unpleasant” dining area after saying it “does not provide a healthy environment for students”.
Students from a school in Woodbridge are headed to Buckingham Palace in October to meet the Duke of York, after scooping two top prizes in this year’s teen tech awards.
Changes to free school transport in Suffolk will go ahead from September 2019 as planned after a review panel upheld the decision this morning.
A sixth form college in Ipswich has been crowned the best in the country at a national awards ceremony.
Suffolk students battled it out in a competition held to inspire young people to “find a focus” in pursuing sporting careers.
Two young Suffolk first-aiders have learned lifesaving techniques to receive the highest accolade in their training programme.
A Colchester primary school has banned pupils from playing football for a week - after some of the youngsters brought the ugly side of the beautiful game to the school playing field.
Staff and children at Chelmondiston playgroup are celebrating a ‘good’ rating from Ofsted – having been left devastated by its ‘requires improvement’ rating last year.
A famous woolly mammoth immortalised by a life-size replica at Ipswich Museum is continuing to capture the hearts of budding historians.
Plans for a major redevelopment – including 44 new homes, a library and a café – on the site of a redundant Suffolk middle school are to be unveiled to residents next week.
Primary school children in Ipswich have been finding out what it takes to become career high-fliers at an event designed to tackle social mobility in Ipswich.
A West Suffolk College tutor who has trained more than 700 accountants scooped a national finance award for her work.
An Ipswich private school received a visit from a special elephant to celebrate its involvement in Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk in 2019.
The decision to make cost-saving cuts in home to school transport looks set to be upheld by a review group next week, according to the latest report.
A governor at an Ipswich school is spearheading a national campaign to recruit more young adults and ethnic minorities into the role.
Parents and carers of children with complex educational needs are being invited to have their say on the future of specialist schools in Suffolk.
Thousands of students in Ipswich are to receive extra careers support as the government cracks down on social mobility ‘cold spots’ throughout the UK.
Two West Suffolk College students will head overseas later this year to fulfil their dream of playing basketball and studying at colleges in the USA.
Suffolk students are celebrating after winning an award for entrepreneurship and problem solving.
A Suffolk school’s summer fete has been hailed a “huge success” - thanks to its array of generous helpers.
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