August 1 2014 Latest news:
A vice principal at Lowestoft College has announced she is taking early retirement after 10 years responsible for corporate resources.
A play area in south Norfolk described as “old and tatty” has been given a new lease of life after a £20,000 refurbishment project.
No history of Norfolk is complete without recounting the revolution in education over the past 200 years. With small schools in the spotlight again, education correspondent Martin George looks at their story.
In April, the first four-school federation in Norfolk celebrated its first anniversary.
The headteacher of a Lowestoft primary school has pledged to make it a good place for children to learn, after an Ofsted inspection highlighted areas needing improvement.
With Norfolk’s small schools under threat of closure if they do not form federations, education correspondent Martin George finds out about life in one of the very smallest.
The next few years are likely to see the biggest change in the structure of Norfolk education for generations. Education correspondent Martin George analyses the numbers behind the proposals.