Children at Roman Hill Primary School were hopping with joy at the latest arrivals to their wildlife garden.
Pupils at a rural primary school have enjoyed a real spring term ‘tweet’ with the arrival of some fluffy friends.
Events are taking place across Lowestoft and Waveney today to raise funds for Comic Relief.
Heads of hundreds of the county’s primary and secondary schools have warned of an “imminent” crisis, in hard-hitting letters sent to parents and carers. Here is the letter in full:
’Decisions on school spending will no longer be driven by what is best for our children but rather what we can afford’.
Schools from across north Suffolk battled it out at an annual netball tournament.
A Lowestoft primary school has received the seal of approval from inspectors who say it is a “good and improving” school.
As part of National Apprenticeship Week Waveney MP Peter Aldous visited students and staff at Lowestoft College to learn more about apprenticeships.
A Lowestoft academy is locked in a dispute with education chiefs after refusing to give a place to a teenager with learning difficulties.
A landmark anniversary has been marked by teachers and pupils at a Southwold school.
A popular annual event attracted top spellers from six primary schools across Lowestoft.
The two nurseries managed by Lowestoft College are celebrating after they were rated as ‘good’ in their latest Ofsted inspections.
Thousands of teenagers have a fresh insight into the variety of jobs and training on offer in Norfolk after a major careers festival.
A touch of India hit the east coast as primary school pupils were treated to a special dance workshop.
A Lowestoft high school is celebrating after securing a ‘double-double’.
Nearly 400 pupils attended the second annual careers fair at Ormiston Denes Academy in Lowestoft.
Over 400 pupils and staff from schools in Carlton Colville and Lowestoft took part in a special sign2sing assembly.
More than 20 students from across the region were awarded £188,351 in scholarships to help them continue their studies.
The sporting success has continued for students at a Lowestoft high school.
A humorous rhyming tale about a frog called Montgomery and his friend Tiberius Toad has been delighting school children in Lowestoft.
Students from Lowestoft College’s public services courses recently attended a five-day RAF regiment look at life course.
A Lowestoft high school is celebrating a top double.
Pupils at a rural primary school have taken a step back in time thanks to an interactive time travelling workshop.
A primary school in the Lowestoft area is celebrating after achieving gold.
Nearly 700 students attended a careers fair at Lowestoft Sixth Form College to help them prepare for the next chapter in their lives.
Somerleyton Hall opened its doors to pupils from the village primary school as part of an annual occasion dating back more than 150 years.
More than 20 pianos, collectively worth £50,000, are being given away to schools and community groups across the region.
Nearly 10,000 books, CDs and DVDs have gone missing from Suffolk libraries in three years, new figures show.
Teenagers in the region are some of the least likely in the country to apply for a place at university.
Families have had to “fight every step of the way” to get help for the children with the greatest needs in Suffolk.
Major plans to transform a vacant factory site in south Lowestoft with a new retail and leisure development were showcased this week.
A man has suffered ankle injuries following a two vehicle road collision in Oulton Broad.
A café that provides work experience, training and volunteering opportunities for people with additional needs has opened in Lowestoft.
Holiday giant Hoseasons has underlined its commitment to Lowestoft once more as they look to recruit talented youngsters from the area.
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