A coastal college has become one of 10 colleges across the country to sign up to a national initiative aimed at tackling food shortages in their communities throughout the coronavirus crisis.
A coastal college has done its part to help with the outbreak of coronavirus, having donated thousands of gloves and masks to a hospital.
Three quarters of parents fear the coronavirus pandemic will effect their children’s education, a survey has suggested.
Parents have spoken of the challenges of homeschooling children with special educational needs and disability (SEND) and have shared their tips.
A further education (FE) college will move not just lessons but its entire support network online as schools are ordered to close following coronavirus concerns.
They have improved the activity levels of children in schools across north Suffolk, showcased talented teams and individuals and highlighted the importance of health and wellbeing.
A school has closed to all pupils and staff after confirming that a student had tested positive for coronavirus.
Details on how schools will operate from Monday are set to be decided this weekend, as final plans are put in place.
It is an “extremely popular” part of a school’s week which regularly entertains, enthuses and is enjoyed by pupils.
Fresh questions have been raised over the care of some of Suffolk’s most vulnerable children, following an ‘inadequate’ report for a council-run children’s home.
Frequent cannabis use, two months of missed medication and alcohol abuse are among a host of issues raised by Ofsted in an inspection of a Suffolk children’s home.
All schools will close from Friday afternoon for an indefinite period, Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has announced.
The first high school in the Lowestoft area has temporarily closed its doors amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Another Lowestoft-area school is set to be closed as the coronavirus crisis continues.
Two schools are set to be closed amid the continuing coronavirus pandemic.
More than 5,600 Suffolk youngsters are being taught in ‘inadequate’ schools, according to latest data.
A college that was previously told it must improve has been praised for its progress by Ofsted inspectors.
A Suffolk college has managed to bump up its Ofsted rating from “requires improvement” to “good” after a controversial merger with a local sixth form.
A supermarket’s generous donation to a local ‘forest school’ for primary age children means young children will keep getting the opportunity to learn outdoors.
The opt-in process for parents to secure school transport for their children has begun – but parents have reported issues within just a handful of hours of the system going live.
A national school league table shows GCSE performance dipped in Norfolk in 2019.
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Children at risk of illnesses such as anorexia are being targeted with new recovery coaching sessions at Suffolk schools amid fears of growing levels of eating disorders in the county.
The number of children in Suffolk and Essex receiving places at their first-choice secondary school has risen slightly after several years of decline.
A children’s home in Beccles is to be sold and a replacement site found because costs for repairs will be too high.
Schools are taking drastic precautions including advising pupils to stay away for a two-week isolation period to protect against the spread of coronavirus.
Just one child in Suffolk referred for an autism assessment was seen within the mandatory 13 week period in 2019, shock new figures show – with waiting times nearly double what they should be.
Events aimed at inspiring more female students to pursue careers in the energy and construction sectors have been hailed a success.
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Half a million pounds has been pledged by Suffolk Highways for fresh road markings and signs outside schools ahead of a changeover in parking laws.
Armed police remain at the scene of an incident in Pakefield this morning, more than 19 hours after first being called.
A stand-off between a man and several police units has passed the 24 hour mark.
Armed police have cordoned off a number of street amid concerns for a man’s welfare.
Three men and three women have died at a Norfolk hospital after contracting coronavirus, as the number of deaths in Norfolk rises to 93.
An artist was so scared after she was stalked by a man who sent her pictures of knives and guns that she cancelled an exhibition, Ipswich Crown Court heard.
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