November 22 2014 Latest news:
A rural Norfolk high school founded 50 years ago is marking its golden milestone with a celebration open day today, Saturday.
A primary school which suffered leadership turbulence since it was judged “inadequate” in April is not making enough progress towards removing special measures, Ofsted said.
A former education minister under Margaret Thatcher has praised Norfolk’s first university technical college after meeting students who commute for up to two hours to attend it.
Two Norfolk members of the youth parliament have told councillors about the top five priorities identified by young people in the county.
A critical part of Norfolk’s approach to protecting vulnerable children has been “operating at a sub-optimal level”, councillors have heard.
A Norwich high school will ‘pause’ recruitment to its sixth form because it believes standards are not high enough.
Proposals that could radically re-shape the face of primary education in rural Norfolk could be approved by councillors on Thursday.