More than 900 schoolchildren in Suffolk are self-isolating during the coronavirus crisis - although the numbers have dropped slightly in recent weeks, new figures show.
Wage freezes over the past decade have left teachers in Essex missing out on more than £4,000 a year, data has shown.
Four north Suffolk units educating youngsters unable to be taught in mainstream schools are planning to merge in order to improve their services.
A huge extension at Bramford CEVC Primary School has finally been completed - with four new classrooms enabling it to increase capacity by more than 100 children.
Union leaders have become increasingly concerned the current model of teaching pupils both isolating at home and coming to school is unsustainable, and fear schools will not cope long-term.
A young Suffolk singer famed for his appearance on The Voice Kids has again hit all the right notes after completing a prestigious qualification.
Ipswich Town’s Cole Skuse will be an “inspiration to students” when he turns his hand to teaching after joining the staff at St Joseph’s College, the school has said.
Parents at Ipswich’s Cliff Lane Primary fundraised to add more than 100 books to the school’s library - as part of a teacher’s exciting vision to further boost children’s reading.
An Ipswich man is calling on others to make the leap to a happy working life after retraining as a chef in his 40s.
Ormiston Sudbury Academy has announced that it will be closed to all Year 7 pupils on Thursday (November 19) after a member of tested positive for coronavirus.
A West Suffolk employment scheme which has helped hundreds of young adults into work is to extend its programme to all ages who have lost employment as a result of Covid-19.
An Ipswich primary school has been forced to close until the end of the current lockdown period.
A positive case of Covid-19 has been confirmed at Fairfield Infant School in Felixstowe, with 90 children sent home to self-isolate.
Schools across Suffolk and north Essex have, at some stage this term, been forced to send children home to isolate after coronavirus cases have been confirmed.
A teacher who has been “instrumental” in helping a school in Ipswich achieve its best-ever attainment results has been appointed as its new principal.
Secondary school students in Mildenhall have unveiled their creative work thanking the county’s keyworkers and NHS staff at the town’s new multi-million pound hub.
Students from Woodbridge School are raising money for community charity Home-Start in Suffolk, and working to promote mental wellbeing.
Five motorcycles have been stolen in west Suffolk after thieves targeted bikes listed for sale on Facebook.
A man in his 30s has died following a medical emergency inside an address in Leiston, police have confirmed.
Several students at an Ipswich secondary school are isolating after a member of the school community tested positive for coronavirus.
Around half of pupils at a large primary school in Bury St Edmunds are currently self-isolating after two members of staff tested positive for coronavirus.
Hundreds of pupils are planting 11,000 daffodil bulbs at Ipswich High School in a bid to create a “stunning spectacle” for spring.
Suffolk schools hit hardest by Covid-19 are in desperate need of financial support as additional costs are stretching already-tight budgets to breaking point, it has emerged.
Despite lockdown restrictions, people in Suffolk and Essex have again come together to remember fallen heroes on Armistice Day.
A series of improvements are set to be made to Suffolk’s ‘alternative education’ provision, which councillors say will be “life-changing” for families.
A group of students and a member of staff at an academy are being kept off school following a single confirmed case of Covid-19.
Two adorable meerkats are starting a new life at a college in Suffolk after being rescued from the exotic pet trade.
Thousands of videos for solving maths problems have been developed by teachers in Ipswich as part of a successful programme to boost attainment for pupils at risk of falling behind or on the cusp of a higher grade.
A £220million boost to support the poorest children and families through Christmas and Easter has been welcomed in Suffolk - after footballer Marcus Rashford’s free school meals campaign.
An anti-racism group has been launched across Suffolk and East Anglian schools - with one leader saying primaries and secondaries are not “squeaky clean” and must do more to tackle discrimination.