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A school is fighting back after a damning Ofsted report and held a successful event for Children in Need.

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

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

Academy leaders have come under fire as new figures reveal seven trusts with schools in Suffolk pay salaries in excess of £150,000.

Parents and the public have been treated to a first look at designs for the campus revamp at Great Yarmouth Charter Academy.

Children in Norfolk have some of the worst opportunities and educational outcomes of any area in England, according to a new report.

Jeremy Corbyn will join the fight to protect Norfolk’s children’s centres during a visit to the county this weekend.

Organisations working with care leavers in Norfolk have cautiously welcomed a new government scheme which aims to raise their career aspirations and life chances.

Schools in Norfolk have clubbed together to call for more funding to help cover pay rises for teachers.

Parents and the public are being asked for their views on a series of building proposals at a Great Yarmouth school.

Worries over the future of three Norfolk nursery schools have been revealed in a new report.

A education body says schools in Norfolk should do more to create “sociable classrooms” after figures revealed a gender divide in the pass rates of early reading tests.

Education leaders in Norfolk have expressed confidence in the performance of its secondary schools after new figures showed an increase in the rate of progress by students.

A Norwich primary school has joined the ranks of a growing local academy trust.

The interim head teacher of a north Norfolk school says IT has taken steps to improve following a damning Ofsted report which rated it ‘inadequate’ in January 2017.

Plans are underway for three of east Suffolk’s biggest high schools to form a multi-academy trust which could also see their feeder primary schools united.

A new primary school and nursery with capacity for more than 200 children has been touted for a village close to Norwich - replacing its existing one.

A student who campaigned for a new GCSE has been named as Norwich City’s community hero ahead of this afternoon’s game against Leeds United.

The battle being fought by a Waveney school boy for a sign language GCSE in schools has been given a boost after the government said they would consider introducing the qualification.

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The academy trust that will oversee changes at a struggling infant school, which was this year put into special measures, has been announced.

A dispute over a merger of two high schools in Great Yarmouth is set to be heard in the High Court.

A Norfolk primary school could shut by the end of the year after its board called for closure to be considered.

A scheme which sees vulnerable children in Norfolk placed in boarding schools will be praised at a national conference.

A consultation with parents over a proposal to close a mid-Norfolk primary academy has come to a close.

A college and sixth form in Norfolk will be among the first 52 centres in the country to teach a new technical qualification.

Half-a-million pounds of government money could be put towards tackling exclusion in Norfolk’s schools, after a bid was submitted by council officers.

Pakefield High School has announced plans to become an academy which could see Lowestoft without any local authority controlled secondary schools if the move is approved.

Exam season is about to start for thousands of teenagers across Norfolk. As major changes are being introduced to the GCSE grading system, reporter SOPHIE WYLLIE looks at what this means for pupils and parents.

A surge in the number of parents applying for free childcare in Norfolk has sparked fresh fears that providers won’t be able to cope with demand.

Council officers have vowed vulnerable children will not become “casualties” of a change in the way complex needs funding is handed out.

A new two-storey primary school with more than 400 pupil spaces could open as early as next year in Sprowston.

Unlocking tech careers, understanding exclusions and supporting the region’s most vulnerable children were under the spotlight at a Norwich conference.

Education leaders in Norfolk can learn how schools are using a new programme to improve literacy skills among disadvantaged pupils at an open day organised through Oxford University Press.

Here are 10 things to know about Carillion:

It was created in a bid to help parents juggle the tricky balance of childcare costs and work.

Plans for new homes to be built in a village have raised anger amongst residents who feel they have been ignored.

Teachers and leaders in Norwich hoping to progress in their careers could have some of their costs met by the government.

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