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A coastal college has received a special award in recognition of its support for young carers.

Are you currently aged 15 to 17? Unsure about which option is right for you next year? Perhaps you already know what career you’d like and need qualifications to get there? Virtual open days from the College of West Anglia are designed to help you choose which path to take.

The new head of SET Beccles School has hailed the start of the new term and school year.


Plans to revamp Suffolk’s children’s centre provision will go ahead, after a challenge by opposition parties was dismissed.

Suffolk County Council

Excited children were given an extra special treat as they returned to nursery school.


A coastal college has been selected to deliver new scholarships to help the engineering construction industry recover from the Coronavirus crisis.

A controversial decision to revamp Suffolk’s children’s centres made earlier this week has been challenged by opposition councillors – and could be due a fresh debate.

Mary Evans

Radical changes to children’s centres provision in Suffolk have been given the final approval after more than a year in the pipeline.

Radical changes to children’s centres provision in Suffolk have been given the final approval after more than a year in the pipeline.

Mary Evans

Children going back to schools may be faced with a more “Victorian” set-up as educators work hard to make sure pupils are kept safe during the return.

Children are more at risk of long-term harm if they do not attend school than if they return to the classroom despite coronavirus, the UK’s chief medical officers have warned.

Pupils at Sir John Leman High School, in Beccles, have praised the “amazing view” from the top of the “emotional rollercoaster” of the last 12 months after success in their GCSE results.

From enrolling at college to dying hair, pupils at SET Beccles School have been celebrating their final GCSE results.

After a school year like no other and confusion over how grades will be calculated, the anxious wait will finally be over today for those expecting their GCSE results in Norfolk and Waveney.

Public health chiefs in Suffolk are urging families to make sure their children are ready for the return of school in September after months away from the classroom during the coronavirus lockdown.


Suffolk education leaders say they are “delighted common sense has prevailed” after the government scrapped a controversial system which downgraded some hard-earned A-level and GCSE results.

A-level students in Norfolk and Suffolk have been plunged into fresh uncertainty after the exams regulator for England dramatically suspended its criteria for students hoping to challenge their grades on the basis of their results in mock exams.

The daughter of a Norwich City legend is among many Langley School students celebrating on A Level results day.

Pupils at Sir John Leman High School, have been praised for overcoming the “distress” caused by the cancellation of many exams in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Hundreds of students around Norfolk and Waveney are finding out their all-important A-level results today.

Students receiving GCSE and A-level results which they are not satisfied with have been urged not to panic this summer.

Suffolk County Council

GCSE and A-level students in England will be able to use grades in mock exams to progress to university and college courses and employment, the education secretary has announced.

Coronavirus in Norfolk

With school pupils unable to take GCSE and A-level exams this year as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, results have had to be calculated differently.

Mary Evans

Parents with fears about sending their child back to school in September have been urged to have a discussion with headteachers – but there are currently no plans to prosecute parents.

Mary Evans

A social workers’ association in Suffolk is calling for a rethink on a planned shake-up of children’s centres, claiming that it will reduce the availability of safe spaces.

Jack Abbott

This Southwold man is petitioning and has 14,000 signatures already.

A final decision on the revamp of children’s centres in Suffolk has been delayed after an error was spotted in the council’s reports.

Matthew Hicks

The number of parents wishing to home school their child is expected to rise in Suffolk, after the coronavirus lockdown gave families a ‘trial run’.

Mary Evans

Bosses at Bungay Primary School say they are on ‘going in the right direction’ despite a recent ‘inadequate’ Ofsted report.

Suffolk Live

Issues such as home schooling, special educational needs and school transport have prompted fresh calls for a dedicated council committee scrutinising education issues.

Matthew Hicks

Winter Wonderland 2019


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