A group of talented students produced the goods to put on a series of concerts in collaboration with a world-famous orchestra.
Pupils have been embarking on a concerted push to try and encourage more widespread recycling at their school.
Budding performers had their time to shine at a sixth form’s annual extravaganza.
A primary school is celebrating after receiving a glowing report from an education watchdog.
Pupils and staff from Ormiston Denes Academy offered some Easter cheer to those in need with two charitable events at the school.
A college which opened last year as the result of a merger could join forces with another local institution.
An academy is celebrating the success of two pupils and a teacher at an annual awards ceremony in London.
A Norfolk trust which educates vulnerable children has been told it must improve its “weak financial position” or risk having its funding withdrawn.
A north Suffolk primary school has been rated good in its first Ofsted inspection since joining the Active Learning Trust.
Students at a mid-Norfolk sixth form welcomed other schools from around the county at a special conference to help further their understanding of psychology.
Organisers of a set of adult learning courses attended by thousands of people across Suffolk are celebrating a top Ofsted rating this week.
Ormiston Denes Academy celebrated LGBTQ+ people with their second annual Pride event.
Pupils and staff at one Lowestoft-area primary school dressed up as their favourite book characters during a successful event.
Staff and pupils at a primary school have two reasons to celebrate with the arrival of some very important news.
Students from across Lowestoft have been honoured once more during a prestigious annual awards evening.
Pupils from Saint Felix School embarked on a 27km stomp along the coast to celebrate more than 120 years of education at the school.
Make-up artistry students from Lowestoft put their skills under the spotlight in front of experienced judges and some of the biggest brands in the industry at the Warpaint Make-up Championships.
Schools across Waveney have been celebrating all that is wonderful about books, albeit a few days later than planned.
Education bosses at Suffolk County Council have said that “progress is being made” with pupils’ attainment in maths, as a review gets under way this week.
East Coast College will be celebrating the success of more than 60 apprentices at its annual awards next week.
A headteacher has expressed his satisfaction after a high school’s latest Ofsted report was published, but emphasised they are “always looking to improve.”
Schools across Suffolk are being encouraged to join a campaign to infuse youngsters with a love of the natural world through a new book aiming to bring wildness into children’s everyday lives.
More than 97pc of students in Suffolk will get a place at one of their preferred secondary schools, the county council has confirmed.
More than 1,000 children are being engaged as a new heritage and literacy project is set to provide a lasting legacy for Lowestoft.
With forecasters warning that high winds, possible snowfall and freezing temperatures are set to continue today (Friday), the majority of schools across Waveney have closed once more.
A high school has decided to remove its toilet doors in a bid to bring an end to graffiti and anti-social behaviour problems.
With the majority of schools across Waveney being forced to close today (Wednesday) after a night of heavy snow showers, five schools in the district have already announced closures for tomorrow.
Holocaust survivor Harry Bibring spoke at length to pupils about his experience of Nazi-occupied Austria and travelling to the UK via Kindertransport.
As the curtain continues to rise on Norfolk’s community theatre scene, reporter Donna-Louise Bishop explores the reasons behind its enduring appeal.
Widespread snow has fallen across Norfolk and Waveney overnight. Here’s where you can find out here if your local school has been forced to close fully or partially.
A wildlife trust’s visionary plan to create a vast new nature reserve on the fringes of Lowestoft is to go-ahead thanks to a grant of more than £4m, it is revealed today.
Hundreds of Scouts, Cubs, Beavers and their leaders have proudly put their best foot forward to celebrate their patron saint St George.
Horn Hill in Lowestoft was the worst street for reported crime in the whole of Waveney in the last year.
The ambition to have 90 minute train times between Norwich and London is in doubt, it has been claimed.
No further action will be taken over two allegations of rape made at Latitude Festival last summer and only a handful of crimes were reported during the three day event.
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