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Badges and Zoom keeping children busy in lockdown

Badges and Zoom keeping children busy in lockdown

Badges and Zoom keeping children busy in lockdown

The Girl Guides have been keeping children challenged, engaged and connected with each other during lockdown.


Which schools in the Diss Express area are remaining shut?

Which schools in the Diss Express area are remaining shut?

Which schools in the Diss Express area are remaining shut?

Primary schools across the Diss Express area decided to remain shut today.


Secondary school reopening delayed

Secondary school reopening delayed

Secondary school reopening delayed

Secondary schools in Suffolk will not be reopening as planned next week, while the majority of primary schools will reopen on January 4.


Author releases DNA detective book

Author releases DNA detective book

Author releases DNA detective book

The book is one of a series of children's books with a DNA theme.


Rainbow theme ushers in bright new era at school

Rainbow theme ushers in bright new era at school

Rainbow theme ushers in bright new era at school

Changes have been made to bring a school's popular code of rainbow values to the fore.


History brought to life to mark journey into great unknown

History brought to life to mark journey into great unknown

History brought to life to mark journey into great unknown

Actors brought the 1600s to life with a marvellous Harleston live history performance over the weekend.


School and pub temporarily close after positive tests

School and pub temporarily close after positive tests

School and pub temporarily close after positive tests

The Dennington Queen and Old Buckenham High School volunteered to close temporarily


School closes as staff member tests positive for Covid-19

School closes as staff member tests positive for Covid-19

School closes as staff member tests positive for Covid-19

The positive test result caused the school to be closed today while deep cleaning takes place.


Grants for Diss students to help after turbulent academic year

Grants for Diss students to help after turbulent academic year

Grants for Diss students to help after turbulent academic year

Grants for students from Diss have been made available to help with their transition into higher education


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

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

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

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

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

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


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