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GCSEs 2020: Headteachers in Diss Express area respond to results day

GCSEs 2020: Headteachers in Diss Express area respond to results day

GCSEs 2020: Headteachers in Diss Express area respond to results day

20 August 2020

Whilst most schools declined to disclose their GCSE results, teachers have had their say on the turbulent academic year.


Schools in Norfolk and Suffolk at 12 per cent attendance

Schools in Norfolk and Suffolk at 12 per cent attendance

Schools in Norfolk and Suffolk at 12 per cent attendance

15 August 2020

New figures show the remarkable rates of attendance at schools during the crisis.


Online webinar on volunteering with industry experts to be held

Online webinar on volunteering with industry experts to be held

Online webinar on volunteering with industry experts to be held

06 August 2020

A not-for-profit organisation is holding a free webinar on volunteering, with a panel of industry experts on hand to answer any potential questions.


Return saw a palpable sense of relief, says Mellis headteacher

Return saw a palpable sense of relief, says Mellis headteacher

Return saw a palpable sense of relief, says Mellis headteacher

07 July 2020

My Ryle has thanked parents and teachers for their continuing support.


Public school sees boost in admissions boost after parents turn away from state schools

Public school sees boost in admissions boost after parents turn away from state schools

Public school sees boost in admissions boost after parents turn away from state schools

15 June 2020

Riddlesworth Hall Preparatory School has seen a noticeable increase in admissions for the upcoming September term.


Coronavirus Daily: School plans could be out on hold as Norfolk registers no new daily cases

Coronavirus Daily: School plans could be out on hold as Norfolk registers no new daily cases

Coronavirus Daily: School plans could be out on hold as Norfolk registers no new daily cases

09 June 2020

Suffolk also reported a very low number of cases.


Pre-schools feel 'forgotten about' during lockdown, says teacher

Pre-schools feel 'forgotten about' during lockdown, says teacher

Pre-schools feel 'forgotten about' during lockdown, says teacher

06 June 2020

Tammy Batchelor from Roydon Early Years said that early-years schools have felt overlooked by the Government


Sarah finds novel way to pass time during lockdown

Sarah finds novel way to pass time during lockdown

Sarah finds novel way to pass time during lockdown

31 May 2020

The book follows Harvey Mouse finding out about what is going on at the moment.


Coronavirus Daily: PM set to discuss lifting more restrictions as he confirms reopening of schools

Coronavirus Daily: PM set to discuss lifting more restrictions as he confirms reopening of schools

Coronavirus Daily: PM set to discuss lifting more restrictions as he confirms reopening of schools

25 May 2020

One of the options for next month could be reopening non-essential shops.


'This isn't going to be normal': schools prepare to welcome back students amidst new social distancing rules

'This isn't going to be normal': schools prepare to welcome back students amidst new social distancing rules

'This isn't going to be normal': schools prepare to welcome back students amidst new social distancing rules

23 May 2020

Schools introduce a number of social distancing for children to adhere to before welcoming back pupils in June.


Local primary school teacher claims children are being used as 'guinea pigs'

Local primary school teacher claims children are being used as 'guinea pigs'

Local primary school teacher claims children are being used as 'guinea pigs'

15 May 2020

In a letter sent to the Diss Express, the local teacher also said that teachers were being used as 'cannon fodder'


First look at Government's guidelines for primary schools reopening

First look at Government's guidelines for primary schools reopening

First look at Government's guidelines for primary schools reopening

15 May 2020

No sharing of toys or materials, supervised handwashing and no end-of-term traditions all feature in the latest guidelines for primary schools.


Commissioner ranks Norfolk as slow for internet speeds

Commissioner ranks Norfolk as slow for internet speeds

Commissioner ranks Norfolk as slow for internet speeds

13 May 2020

The county ranked very low in the report for internet.


Reaction has been simply amazing, says Botesdale headteacher

Reaction has been simply amazing, says Botesdale headteacher

Reaction has been simply amazing, says Botesdale headteacher

20 April 2020

The headteacher feels everybody associated with the school is continuing to rise to the challenge.


Coronavirus daily: Education minister says 'no decision' on schools reopening as Norfolk passes 900 confirmed cases

Coronavirus daily: Education minister says 'no decision' on schools reopening as Norfolk passes 900 confirmed cases

Coronavirus daily: Education minister says 'no decision' on schools reopening as Norfolk passes 900 confirmed cases

19 April 2020

The MP took to Twitter this morning to reassure the public.


Diss teachers do their homework to create prototype shield

Diss teachers do their homework to create prototype shield

Diss teachers do their homework to create prototype shield

18 April 2020

The pair have already sent out some of their face shields.


Framlingham team take on stock market challenge and make the final

Framlingham team take on stock market challenge and make the final

Framlingham team take on stock market challenge and make the final

29 March 2020

They beat 9,800 teams from the UK and abroad to book their place.


Three is the magic number as school tops £5k for charity

Three is the magic number as school tops £5k for charity

Three is the magic number as school tops £5k for charity

24 March 2020

The students used an annual charity week to raise the money.


Student awarded Eton scholarship

Student awarded Eton scholarship

Student awarded Eton scholarship

21 December 2019

A Long Stratton High School student has been awarded a conditional, fully-funded scholarship.


Delight for campaigners as primary school to stay open

Delight for campaigners as primary school to stay open

Delight for campaigners as primary school to stay open

14 December 2019

Education trust announces Tivetshall Primary School is to stay open.


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