“Growing Learners for Life.”
Suffolk’s special needs provision is reportedly in “crisis” as new data reveals one third of children could not get placements within their own county.
A 20% fall in the number of people starting an apprenticeship in Suffolk has sparked a “real cause of alarm” for business leaders.
Parents and carers can now apply for primary and secondary school places for September 2019.
Education chiefs have warned that Suffolk will need three or four new special schools in the next two years to cope with soaring demand for special education needs, as fresh data reveals the need for hundreds of spaces.
The decision to make divisive cuts on home to school transport in Suffolk has been put on hold for further scrutiny, after a call-in of the plan was upheld.
A stakeholder group will be formed to assess the progress of new school transport proposals in Suffolk, it has been confirmed.
Divisive plans to make cuts on free school transport in Suffolk have been given the go-ahead – but proposals for the decision to be reassessed have already been voiced.
Suffolk County Council is urging parents and carers to register for free school meals before April 1, 2018.
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.
A careers guidance centre dedicated to helping young people in Lowestoft find their dream jobs is set to close at the end of the year.
More than 97pc of students in Suffolk will get a place at one of their preferred secondary schools, the county council has confirmed.
Almost half of 15-year-olds in Suffolk are researching anorexia online and a third are using the Internet to view self-harm sites, according to an annual survey into online safety.
More than four thousand people have signed a petition launched by a concerned mother urging Suffolk County Council to scrap its controversial plans to reorganise free school transport.
Suffolk childcare providers have welcomed a payment increase – but warned the fight for sustainable funding is not over.
Early years’ providers have cautiously welcomed a funding rise expected to be approved by Suffolk County Council (SCC) today but warned it might not be enough to end the “crisis”.
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