Lauren Cope

The proportion of good or outstanding primary and secondary schools in Norfolk has jumped by more than a third in five years.

Children as young as four are being affected for life by being expelled, it was claimed today, as new figures exposed Norfolk as the joint worst area in England for primary school exclusions.

A famous face joined hundreds of students as they tossed mortarboards in the air to celebrate graduating from a Norwich university.

Two former headteachers and academy chain leaders have been appointed as trustees to the Inspiration Trust.

Just over a third of all degrees handed out by a Norwich university last year were first class, new figures show.

A former police hostage negotiator and an author will be among the speakers at a conference looking at how schools can balance the demands of exams with inspiring pupils.

Dozens of children and teenagers living in care in Norfolk have had remarkable achievements celebrated at an annual awards evening.

An agricultural college with thousands of students across Norfolk and Suffolk has been told it is inadequate amid criticism of its teaching, attendance and student progress.

A professional triathlete from Norfolk has celebrated the unveiling of a junior school’s new trim trail.

An infant and nursery school is closed on Wednesday after stormy weather caused flooding problems.

A Norfolk school is in special measures after inspectors raised concerns over bullying, homophobic abuse and pupils’ lack of understanding of radicalisation.

Superhero children in Hethersett raised almost £350 through a themed non-uniform day and fun run.

The consultation over a merger of two schools in Great Yarmouth has been hit by “speculation and misinformation”, a councillor has said.

The consultation over a merger of two schools in Great Yarmouth has been hit by “speculation and misinformation”, a councillor has said.

Parents from Drayton who ended up in court after taking their children on holiday in school time have vowed to support other families in the same position.

How much homework does your child do every day?

A mother-of-four and students who have overcome mental health problems will be among the 3,900 graduating from a Norwich university.

Schoolchildren, sixth formers and youth groups can explore the world in a week of learning leading up to a popular science festival.

Resourceful students foraged for food, built shelters and survived a storm as part of a challenge to test their nerve and build their courage.

For parents, Facebook can be both a blessing and a curse. As school reports are sent out, Lauren Cope looks at how social media is changing parenting.

A medical school at a Norwich university is celebrating 10 years since its first cohort of doctors earned their stethoscopes.

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