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Chloe Smith cuts the ribbon to reopen the refurbished Once Upon a Time nursery school on Constitution Hill in Norwich. Photo: Bill Smith

Norwich nursery re-opens after £90,000 grant funds refurbishment

A nursery has celebrated its re-opening after a £90,000 grant from the Norfolk Community Foundation supported its refurbishment.

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Pupils from St George's school making tissue paper poppies for the Festival of Remembrance in November.
The Mayor of Great Yarmouth, Marlene Fairhead lending a helping hand.

Picture: James Bass

Great Yarmouth pupils add to remembrance service with paper poppies

Schoolchildren in Great Yarmouth have contributed to the borough’s Festival of Remembrance by making poppy petals to fall from the ceiling during the service.

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Olympic swimmer Ross Davenport with college student Murad Khan

Gorleston student Murad ‘over the moon’ with support as he faces deportation battle

A popular Afghan student who is facing deportation says he has been overwhelmed by support as he battles to stay in the UK.

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Corrienne Peasgood, principal of City College, Norwich.  Photo: Bill Smith

Day of celebration as City College Norwich students prepare to graduate at Norwich Cathedral

Norwich Cathedral will today become a scene of celebration as the achievements of more than 500 students who completed degrees and other higher education courses with City College Norwich will be recognised.

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Parents see the plans for the new Chapel Road School.

Councillors give Chapel Road School the green light to move to new multimillion Old Buckenham site

A multimillion pound rebuild of a complex needs school has been given the green light by councillors.

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The official opening of Great Yarmouth Primary Academy - one of the Inspiration Trust schools at the centre of the allegations. (L TO R) Rachel De Souza, Bill Holledge - Headteacher, Dr Liz Sidwell  - Schools Commissioner and Theodoe Agnew - Academy Sponsor.   Picture: James Bass

Ofsted to appoint “independent figure” to review probe into Norfolk academies inspection tip-off claims

Ofsted has announced an independent review of its investigation into claims that three Norfolk schools connected to Dame Rachel de Souza received advance notice of up-coming inspections.

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