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The Hidden in Plain Sight art exhibition by staff at Norwich University of the Arts. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Exhibition celebrates the creative talents of Norwich University of the Arts staff

Every day they pass on their creative wisdom to the artists of the future, but for the next few weeks their own work will be taking centre stage in a special exhibition celebrating the talents of staff at Norwich University of the Arts.

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GCSE Results Day 2014 - Pupils from Northgate High School get their results. Picture: Matthew Usher.

How did your school do? GCSE and A-level league tables for 2013-14 published

The government has published GCSE and A-level school league tables for 2013-14.

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Roughton Under 5's playgroup celebrate their Good Ofsted report in November pictured are members of the playgroup with staff from left Jane James, Cheryl Collings and Kate Starling.

Photo by Mark Bullimore

Roughton playgroup celebrates good Ofsted report

Staff and children at a north Norfolk playgroup are celebrating after inspectors praised teaching methods and support given to children.

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Sir Michael Wilshaw, head of Ofsted, urged schools to maintain a sense of proportion. Photo: Bill Smith

Reverberations continue after investigation clears Norfolk academies of receiving warnings of inspection dates

This week, a report concluded three Norfolk academies were not tipped off about Ofsted inspection dates. MARTIN GEORGE reports on the continuing fallout.

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Concerns have been raised about data security at Norfolk schools. Photo: Dave Thompson/PA Wire

‘Wake-up call’ for Norfolk schools over keeping sensitive information about pupils secure

The security of sensitive information about Norfolk children could be at risk after a data security audit revealed a string of failings at schools in the county.

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The Railway Hotel and Restaurant at Beccles.

Nursery proposal for former Beccles hotel

Plans to turn a disused Beccles hotel into a day nursery for children has been met with criticism amid concerns over parking for rail users and the flow of traffic.

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