A Norfolk school has spoken of its pride in being shortlisted for a national award.

Langley School, which has sites in Taverham and Loddon, is in the running to win the Best Use of Technology category in the annual TES School Awards 2023.

Now in its 15th year, the Times Education Supplement (TES) aims to recognise the very best teachers and schools across the country and is decided upon by a panel of expert judges from the industry.

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Eastern Daily Press: Headmaster Jon Perris of Langley SchoolHeadmaster Jon Perris of Langley School (Image: Newsquest)

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Headmaster of Langley School, Jon Perriss, said: "We are excited to announce that we have been shortlisted for the Best Use of Technology award in the TES school awards 2023.

"This is a fantastic achievement and one that we can be very proud of.

"This recognition is down to the hard work of so many people. 

"The almost unbelievable transformation of our digital provision over the past few years, for staff and pupils, has not been straightforward, but clearly signals the positive progression and development of the school."

The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony at the Grovesnor Park Hotel in London on Friday, June 23.