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Neatherd High School proposed a last-minute compromise in an unsuccessful bid to save its controversial vision to set up its sixth form, documents released under the Freedom of Information Act have revealed.
A team of quick-witted pupils from Sheringham Primary School will be showing off their intellectual talents on national TV, when they appear on a University Challenge-style quiz show being screened in September on children’s channel CBBC.
Devotion shown by these perfectly poised pupils at one Lowestoft high school has led to success in a national dance contest. Last month almost 40 students from Benjamin Britten High School, in Blyford Road, headed to Rotherham to take part in Rock Challenge.
Gresham’s School in Holt is offering the community the chance to add their family name to an auditorium chair as it seeks to raise money to support the development of a new music school and sixth form centre, the ‘Britten Building’.
Norfolk families who have been fined for taking children out of school for term-time holidays have been told there is “no question” of cases that have already been heard being re-opened, despite a father’s High Court victory.
The Hewett School had a projected deficit of more than £650,000 when it was controversially turned into an academy last September, it has emerged - and Norfolk’s remaining non-academies will have to pick up the bill.
GCSE Results map
Percentage of students achieving five A*-C grades (including English and Maths) - Green pin = Up on last year; Yellow pin = Same as last year; Red pin = Down on last year; White pin = Awaiting results