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VIDEO: Children call on leaders to take action on climate crisis

VIDEO: Children call on leaders to take action on climate crisis

VIDEO: Children call on leaders to take action on climate crisis

More than 100 children took to the streets of Diss and Eye on November 29.


Primary school rated as good despite limited space

Primary school rated as good despite limited space

Primary school rated as good despite limited space

Palgrave Primary School was rated as good with outstanding aspects.


School's U-turn sees it at top end of league tables

School's U-turn sees it at top end of league tables

School's U-turn sees it at top end of league tables

Long Stratton High School one of the best according to GCSE results


Best and worst Suffolk schools according to GCSE results

Best and worst Suffolk schools according to GCSE results

Best and worst Suffolk schools according to GCSE results

Under Progress 8, pupils are measured across their scores in eight GCSEs.


Ofsted gives top grades to ‘superb’ village pre-school

Ofsted gives top grades to ‘superb’ village pre-school

Ofsted gives top grades to ‘superb’ village pre-school

Report praised staff for carefully planning and providing a high-quality curriculum.


‘School’s closure would destroy heart of the village’

‘School’s closure would destroy heart of the village’

‘School’s closure would destroy heart of the village’

Parents have raised their objections over the proposed closure of a primary school.


Students’ successful litter pick

Students’ successful litter pick

Students’ successful litter pick

Forty Diss High School students took part.


School takes part in recycling initiative

School takes part in recycling initiative

School takes part in recycling initiative

More than 30 bags of unwanted clothing were collected.


Pupils praised for donations

Pupils praised for donations

Pupils praised for donations

Pupils at Mellis Primary School collected 55kg of food


Primary school's £5.75m expansion project completed

Primary school's £5.75m expansion project completed

Primary school's £5.75m expansion project completed

It will see pupil capacity increase from 250 to 420.


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