Education

Education

Wilby Primary School performs Jack and the beanstalk

Wilby Primary School entertained parents, carers and members of the community with their performance of Jack and the beanstalk on June 22.

Education
ACADEMIC ROOTS: Cheltenham Town centre-forward Danny Wright spoke to pupils when he returned to Attleborough Academy.

Cheltenham Town footballer Danny Wright visits Attleborough Academy

Cheltenham Town centre-forward Danny Wright has returned to his old high school, Attleborough Academy.

More Sport
Chairs of governors and headteachers from Harleston Church of England School and Archbishop Sancroft High School. From left: Anne Epps, Lisa Blowfield, Alan Thorp and Richard Cranmer.

Harleston schools’ academies vision

A pair of Harleston schools are to launch a consultation to convert into academies.

News
Pupils at Framlingham College's prep school enjoy an exciting science week.

Framlingham pupils enjoy science week

Science came to life for pupils taking part in Framlingham College prep school’s science week.

Education
Bressingham Primary School are having a promise auction to raise money for their kitchen

Pictured: The Head Teacher and the Gardening Club 


PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Businesses called to help the auction of promises for Bressingham Primary School

Businesses are being called upon to help The Friends Association of Bressingham Primary School’s (FABS) upcoming auction of promises.

News 1
John Agard perfoms his poetry and takes questions from students.

Award-winning author and poet John Agard performs at Attleborough Academy

The Caribbean-British playwright, poet and children’s author John Agard visited students at Attleborough Academy last May.

Whats on
Harleston, Norfolk. Archbishop Bancroft High School has been rated Outstanding in a recent church school's inspection. Pictured from left Mrs Louise Dolan (subject leader of RE), Benjamin Adshead, Thomas Johnson, Marie Loynes, Richard Cranmer (Headteacher),  Lily Kirk, Willow Upton , Laura Raven and Rob Connelly (deputy head)

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Archbishop Sancroft is ‘Outstanding’ in inspection

Archbishop Sancroft High School has been ranked as ‘Outstanding’ following a recent SIAMS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools) inspection.

News
Diss, Norfolk. Diss Church of England Junior School. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Inspectors critical of Diss Church of England Junior School for a third time in a row

A Diss school which has not acted quickly enough to correct old failings has been placed in special measures.

News
Skateboarding Day at Scole Primary School.

Scole school experiences skateboarding showcase inspired by 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Youngsters at Scole Primary School experienced a skateboarding showcase at the end of last month, inspired by the sport’s upcoming introduction to the Olympics in Tokyo in 2020.

News
Water Lillies Swimming Gala 2017.

Biggest gala yet for Water Lilies Swimming School of Scole

The Water Lilies Swimming School hailed its annual gala in Harleston earlier this month as its “largest yet”, with more than 50 youngsters involved in races.

News
Emma Burley from Debenham High School with her winners trophy, along with the finalists from other schools in Suffolk.

Debenham High School student wins Suffolk Libraries Mastermind contest

A Debenham High School student has claimed victory in a Suffolk Libraries competition inspired by the long-running BBC quiz series Mastermind.

News
Norwich Business School student Joshua Knight receives his award from Matrin Goymour, chief executive of the Zoological Society of East Anglia.

Students develop business proposals for Banham Zoo

Hundreds of Norfolk business students have developed their own ideas for the Zoological Society of East Anglia (ZSEA), which plans to implement many of them at Banham Zoo.

News
Thomas Brett with a tiny Victorian pottery doll that would have been made for a dolls house. 
Pictures Mark Westley

University gives Bury students a chance to try archaeology first hand

Students from two Bury St Edmunds schools had the chance to try archaeology first hand when a team from Cambridge University held a dig in Rickinghall and Botesdale.

News
The community rallied behind St Andrew's Primary School in North Lopham to keep the school crossing patrol in place. Photo: Thomas Malina.

Loss of school crossing patrol in North Lopham sparks safety concerns

The loss of North Lopham’s school crossing patrol has sparked safety concerns, after Norfolk County Council confirmed it did not intend to replace the lollipop lady following her retirement.

News
Mellis Primary School Head Girl Lily Gage (left), ex-pupil Tillie Moore (centre) and Head Boy Samuel Dear (right) cut the ribbon on the new �10,000 play area extension.

Mellis school opens play area paid for by £10,000 of parent and pupil fundraising

A north Suffolk primary school has cut the ribbon on a new £10,000 extension to its outdoor playground, funded thanks to the efforts of parents and a former pupil.

News
Year 12 Chemistry students at Diss High School have contributed samples towards a major experiment by leading UK science facility Diamond Light Source.   Pictured: Students and Francis Lemon, Head of Chemistry.   PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Diss High School students support first-of-its-kind national science experiment

Sixth-form students at Diss High School have lent their support to a national science experiment which launched this week.

News
Class of the Week - Mendlesham Community Primary School

PICTURE: Mecha Morton

CLASS OF THE WEEK: Mendlesham Community Primary School

The Willow class at Mendlesham Community Primary School is today’s class of the week.

News
Diss-based start-up business Bedrock Learning has launched a fundraising campaign on Crowdcube to help expand its services.

Photo of co-founders Olivia Sumpter and Aaron Leary,

Diss ‘ed-tech’ business Bedrock Learning secures £155,000 in crowd-sourced investments

A Diss-based online learning resource creator has “big dreams” for its future growth, after a campaign for crowd-sourced investments accrued more than £150,000.

News
2016/17 ICE Scholar Tomas Jonaitis at work in the ICE development kitchen

Rougham cook school launches 2017/18 scholarship

A Rougham-based cook school is encouraging talented young chefs to apply for its next available scholarship position.

News
Pupils from Framlingham Sir Robert Hitcham�s CEVA Primary School unveil their artwork at Framlingham Castle.

Schoolchildren unveil art celebrating Framlingham Castle’s conservation project

Schoolchildren in Framlingham have unveiled unique pieces of art at Framlingham Castle, in celebration of the historical site’s ongoing conservation and visitor improvement project.

News
Load more