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Primary school finish designing a giant T-Rex sculpture to go on display across county this summer

Primary school finish designing a giant T-Rex sculpture to go on display across county this summer

Primary school finish designing a giant T-Rex sculpture to go on display across county this summer

Since the autumn term pupils have been busy painting the sculpture, which had been donated to them by a nearby opticians


Primary school puts on performance to celebrate 150th anniversary

Primary school puts on performance to celebrate 150th anniversary

Primary school puts on performance to celebrate 150th anniversary

After reading through entries in an old logbook, pupils walked audiences through the history of their school, from the 1870s right to the present day


Supermarket raises more than £1,000 to pay for books at primary school

Supermarket raises more than £1,000 to pay for books at primary school

Supermarket raises more than £1,000 to pay for books at primary school

The money raised will go towards paying for books for pupils focusing on diversity and sex education


Teachers sought to join prison education team

Teachers sought to join prison education team

Teachers sought to join prison education team

An education and training company is holding a recruitment day for teachers and assistants in a range of subjects.


Schools’ staffing concerns as Covid looks set to surge

Schools’ staffing concerns as Covid looks set to surge

Schools’ staffing concerns as Covid looks set to surge

Schools have voiced their concerns over staffing levels amidst a surge in Covid cases – but assured they will do all they can to keep classrooms open


High School students raise hundreds through charity auction

High School students raise hundreds through charity auction

High School students raise hundreds through charity auction

Students Cait Croft, Lucie O’Brien and Zeyno Oguz set up the event to raise money for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices and Brain Tumour Research UK


Harleston Pupils get video messages from sporting royalty

Harleston Pupils get video messages from sporting royalty

Harleston Pupils get video messages from sporting royalty

Days after being visited by the fifth fastest Briton of all time, primary school pupils were treated to video messages from two more sporting stars.


Diss students raise nearly £1,000 with charity auction

Diss students raise nearly £1,000 with charity auction

Diss students raise nearly £1,000 with charity auction

A trio of Diss Sixth Form students who organised a charity auction, which included a Scandinavian bread making workshop voucher, have raised £985.


Tivetshall Community Primary School: From the brink of closure to glowing report from Ofsted

Tivetshall Community Primary School: From the brink of closure to glowing report from Ofsted

Tivetshall Community Primary School: From the brink of closure to glowing report from Ofsted

A primary school that was on the brink of closure less than two years ago has been lauded for its quality of teaching in a recent Ofsted inspection.


Teen wins £5,000 for school after penning poem about prejudice

Teen wins £5,000 for school after penning poem about prejudice

Teen wins £5,000 for school after penning poem about prejudice

Elizabeth Stickland's poem about overcoming hatred impressed judges from Hollywood director Steven Spielberg’s USC Shoah Foundation


Primary pupil given honour of naming council's new gritter

Primary pupil given honour of naming council's new gritter

Primary pupil given honour of naming council's new gritter

Jacob Earl has been given the honour of naming one of Norfolk County Council’s new gritters


Primary school pupils treated to surprise visit from Olympic Bronze Medallist

Primary school pupils treated to surprise visit from Olympic Bronze Medallist

Primary school pupils treated to surprise visit from Olympic Bronze Medallist

The fifth fastest Briton of all time headed PE lessons and delivered a speech to pupils during a visit this week


St Benet’s Multi-Academy Trust announces top jobs as views sought on Harleston schools merger

St Benet’s Multi-Academy Trust announces top jobs as views sought on Harleston schools merger

St Benet’s Multi-Academy Trust announces top jobs as views sought on Harleston schools merger

A multi-academy trust has announced several new appointments as its seeks feedback on plans to merge two schools in Harleston.


Mum answers call after surge in demand for sign language classes in town

Mum answers call after surge in demand for sign language classes in town

Mum answers call after surge in demand for sign language classes in town

A mother-of-one is doing her bit to support the deaf community in south Norfolk by bringing sign language classes to the district.


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