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Hundreds of students have signed a petition demanding urgent changes to the way the University of Essex investigates sexual assault and harassment allegations.
A school in Ipswich is hoping to bowl over visitors with its new cricket and sports pavilion.
West Suffolk College was the top provider in the country for adults taking GCSE English last year, latest figures have revealed.
Campaigners over changes to speech and language education services in Suffolk have said they still have unanswered questions, following the unveiling of latest plans.
Two educational leaders from Bury St Edmunds were personally invited to meet Theresa May at Downing Street last month.
Current and former governors of crisis-hit Easton and Otley College have hit out at a decision to reject a merger bid from the University of East Anglia (UEA) - despite strong support for the option.
Elmer's Big Parade and an Ipswich barbers are giving four young Town fans the chance to lead the team out at Portman Road next season.
Churchill Academy in Haverhill is celebrating after being awarded autism accreditation by The National Autistic Society.
Youngsters from Ipswich journeyed back in time to enjoy a day of history in art and stories.
Dozens of college students who have achieved outstanding results enjoyed their moment in the spotlight at a glittering awards ceremony in Suffolk.
Shops in Sudbury's town centre will be showcasing work of young artists thanks to a partnership with a nearby secondary school.
Education chiefs have warned that schools in Suffolk deliberately encouraging poorly performing pupils to quit school for home education are being monitored.
A school in Ipswich is preparing to unveil a brand new sports pavilion to help boost students' physical activities as part of a wider investment plan.
Parents have been warned to make sure their children are well fed after figures revealed nearly a fifth of Suffolk pupils struggle to concentrate at school due to hunger.
A Suffolk pre-school has come under fire from inspectors after insects and weeds were found in sandpits on site.
A Bury St Edmunds secondary school which opened less than three years ago has been handed a 'requires improvement' rating from Ofsted in its first inspection.
It is often said parents can make all the difference to a child's education and upbringing. But now an Ipswich school has recognised the contribution grandparents can make with a special day for the older generation.
It was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, which has helped to inspire high school students.
Ipswich High School is here to make its students as happy as possible - that is the message from two of the newest appointments at the Suffolk independent school.
The chair of governors at Easton and Otley College has admitted that the plans for its break-up are "not quite what I hoped for".
Where do you go if you are starting out in life and want to become a top farmer or an agricultural pioneer?
Three speech and language schools in Suffolk which had been earmarked for closure are set to be converted to specialist units attached to mainstream schools, education chiefs have said.
There are question marks over why a bid from a top university to partner up with Easton and Otley College after its two failed Ofsteds was rejected.
High schools around Suffolk are being encouraged to teach children about the realities of carrying a knife ahead of the summer holidays.
Staff and students from a Lowestoft high school will be experiencing all the glitz and glamour of a star-studded film premiere later this month.
If one voice standing up to racism can make a difference, a chorus of children is very powerful indeed.
A school with a special connection to one of Britain's most famous Second World War brigades held a moving commemorative service to marks its role in Suffolk.
Three thousand schoolchildren from primary schools across Essex got to meet farmers from their county on a fun day out.
A group of cyclists saddled up to raise funds in memory of a much-loved headteacher, who died of cancer.
A brand new school for children with special needs is to be named after Ipswich Town legend Sir Bobby Robson.
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