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Clover Hill VA Infant and Nursery School head teacher, Helen Newell, deputy head Anna Gooch and pupils who have just had their first Ofsted report since changing to a Voluntary Aided school. 
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Norwich Primary School gets an early Christmas gift from Ofsted

A Norwich primary school has been given a Christmas present of an Ofsted report which praised its “outstanding curriculum.”

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Mid-Norfolk MP George Freeman and youngsters at Chapel Road School in Attleborough, modelling jumpers bearing the school's new logo. Picture: Sonya Duncan.

Festive assembly at Attleborough school leaves a lump in the throat

It was a morning of mixed emotion in Attleborough on Friday, as a school’s Christmas assembly saw staff and students reflect on the year gone by.

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Pupils from Scarning Primary School have dressed up as characters from the Hobbit, for a visit to the Hollywood Cinema in Dereham. From left, Tasmyn Reynolds, Lucy Milnes, Sam Smith, Joe Godin Amberly Wright, Millie Williamson, Tayla Bartlett and Harry Gooch. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Photo gallery: Scarning Primary School pupils dress the part for Hobbit treat

While their quest did not take them over the Misty Mountains or through the tall trees of Mirkwood a group of young hobbits, dwarves and wizards went on a not-so-unexpected journey to see the latest Hobbit film.

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Lowestoft Town Football managers Micky Chapman and Ady Gallagher meet the students at Ormiston Denes Academy.

Inspiring treat for gifted pupils as Lowestoft Town football managers pay a visit

There was a treat in store for gifted and talented PE students at one Lowestoft high school – as joint Lowestoft Town FC managers Mick Chapman and Ady Gallagher visited.

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The photo shows the new principal of Easton and Otley College, David Henley with his family. Photo from L to R is Georgia, Leigh, David and Maria. Submitted

New principal at Easton and Otley College

A new principal with 30 years’ experience in land-based education will take over at Easton and Otley College in April next year.

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Lucas Askew, 6, is excited to receive a toy from Father Christmas at Harford Manor School. With them are elves, Helen Morris, back left, Sainsbury's commercial manager, and her colleague, Julie Metcalf. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Norwich pupils thrilled to have an early visit from Santa

Some Norwich pupils were absolutely thrilled when Santa and some of his elves paid their school a visit.

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