Bethany Whymark

A new blueprint for social worker recruitment in Norfolk has been revealed to county councillors.

A dinner lady who has been dishing up meals for children in west Norfolk for 50 years had a special lunch held in her honour.

Almost four out of five people in the East of England believe school teachers have a significant influence on people’s lives, a survey has found.

A Norfolk academy principal has stepped up to the top job in its parent trust.

More than 100 construction students from a Norfolk college are helping to preserve a key feature of the county’s heritage in a new partnership with the Broads Authority.

Two educational projects in Norwich making use of the great outdoors are vying for the public’s vote in a grant scheme from Aviva.

Education and care plans for children with complex needs in Norfolk are still not being delivered quickly enough, a council committee has claimed.

Leaders of a programme designed to help children overcome bullying and other personal struggles have laid out their national ambitions after a successful pilot in Norfolk.

Staff members at academy trusts running dozens of schools in Norfolk and Waveney were paid in excess of £150,000 last year.

A council is bringing Christmas cheer to children in care in Norfolk with the return of an annual appeal.

Leaders at an East Anglian college which has been judged inadequate by education watchdogs for a second time say they are committed to their improvement strategy.

Being adaptable and offering interesting as well as healthy school dinner options to children will be key to maintaining their uptake in Norfolk, a catering boss has said.

The head of a Norfolk academy judged to require improvement has acknowledged that “further work is needed”.

Schools around Norfolk have been commemorating 100 years since the end of the First World War.

A Suffolk school combined creativity with sustainability in a project to mark the centenary of the First World War Armistice.

The leader of a Norfolk academy trust is stepping down.

As the country gears up to celebrate National School Meals Week, we’d like to know what you think are the best – and worst – aspects of the humble school dinner.

A 16-year-old student from Norfolk had been named among the winners in an international poetry competition.

A Norwich high school has offered assurances that a pupil found with a knife on the school premises had no intention of using it maliciously.

An educational charity which helps recruit professionals into teaching is expanding its programme into East Anglia.

A new art school to help bring together and educate Norfolk’s “fragmented” artist community is preparing to launch with an exhibition in the county.

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