Bethany Whymark

Political and economic changes in the UK over the past decade have hit private education schools. But despite recent closures independent schools in Norfolk believe the market is still strong. Bethany Whymark reports.

Re-elected Labour MP Clive Lewis said the party needed to analyse its position following a torrid night which saw it predicted to lose dozens of seats.

Three Norfolk schools took more than 20 parents to court over their child’s absence last year, figures reveal.

Construction giant Kier has been chosen to build a £3.4m extension to a Norfolk school.

A primary school has apologised to parents for “outdated” bullying advice posted on its website.

A Norwich school has had to cancel end-of-term celebrations due to heating problems.

One of Norfolk’s biggest schools has announced its new principal.

Greater Anglia has apologised for escalating problems with its new multi-million pound trains after more than 80 services were cancelled in East Anglia.

A Norfolk boy with special needs is facing starting the new year without a school place.

Two incidents on roads on the outskirts of Norwich are causing delays for rush hour traffic.

A Norfolk market town is among places where pub group Wetherspoons is to invest more than £200m and create around 10,000 new jobs.

A sinkhole on a Norwich road could take longer to repair than initially thought, engineers have said.

A morning broadcast from ITV Anglia was disrupted after a power cut.

Flood warnings remain in place for parts of Norfolk following a blustery few days.

A Norfolk mother says her family has a “new normal” after her nine-year-old child decided to waive their birth gender identity.

A tiny south Norfolk primary school which faced closure in a mooted merger has been saved.

A Norwich school says it is “utterly thrilled” after scoring top marks from Ofsted under a new, more rigorous inspection framework.

A west Norfolk village is on track to get a new primary school to replace the current “cramped and dated” building.

A van driver whose vehicle was drawn into a sinkhole as it collapsed said he was “shaken in his seat”.

A mother has hit out at her daughter’s school for poor communication with parents after drug paraphernalia was discovered on school grounds.

A mother has claimed an education plan for her autistic son is “not worth the paper it is written on” after he was turned away from specialist schools.

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