A mother who paid more than £300 for a bus pass for her daughter feels she is being failed by the operator.
College leaders in Norfolk have given their views on a new campaign designed to dispel “snobby attitudes” towards apprenticeships.
A primary school is hoping to create a new field study centre on its site to make the most of its nationally-recognised surroundings.
More than 200 education leaders will gather in Norfolk this week to discuss the future of teaching and curriculums in the county’s schools.
Schools which achieve good exam results by “gaming and cramming” could be penalised under a new inspection framework.
Two boys with special educational needs missed out on a total of two and a half years of education while waiting for “vital support” from the local authority, a new report reveals.
A council has pledged to pump £1.5m into a service for children with special educational needs which is currently ranked the second worst in the country.
Parents hoping to secure their primary school of choice in Norfolk for the new academic year are being reminded to get their applications in.
The final local authority-maintained high school in Lowestoft is becoming an academy.
A Great Yarmouth school site is set to be closed all week due to flooding.
Norwich High School for Girls has welcomed a new school dog this term who they hope will help students educationally and socially.
A Norfolk primary school has started the new term with a permanent headteacher – for the first time in 18 months.
It’s a controversial issue which could get chewier this year – should schools have a say over what type of snacks their pupils eat?
There are just three days to go before this year’s university applications deadline – and the UK could be on track for a record student cohort.
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The boss of another Norfolk academy trust has announced their imminent departure.
Bus passengers in Norwich can expect delays this morning as a city bus operator said it was suffering the effects on “congestion”.
One of the country’s only state boarding schools for primary age children could open in Norfolk next year.
A respected Shakespearean actor has been treading the boards during a conference at a Norfolk college.
A “legacy of ineffective leadership and teaching” is holding back progress at an under-performing Norfolk high school, inspectors have claimed.
A Norwich university is celebrating its first anniversary as part of a campaign which supports refugees and asylum seekers.
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