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Ipswich Academy has a “real chance” of becoming a front running school according to the town’s MP Ben Gummer, after an Ofsted report published yesterday said it had made progress.
Children enjoyed games of Quidditch on school playgrounds yesterday and last night discussed the popular J K Rowling novels at libraries.
With the return of the X-Files and the new Ghostbusters film, there is likely to be a surge in reports of ghosts and other paranormal activity in Ipswich in coming weeks.
Active youngsters have been rewarded for their sporting talent and team spirit – picking up a special recognition for their primary school.
A former Suffolk student revisited the town in which she grew up to launch her debut novel.
Students and diners got the best of both worlds at the West Suffolk College campus.
Hundreds of Suffolk schoolchildren have admitted to meeting up with people they have met online while many others have been subjected to cyber bullying.
It’s a gesture of goodwill that has left a church “staggered and delighted” - and proves community spirit is very much alive and well.
Suffolk rugby coach Simon Sinclair will play an increasingly prominent role in the future of the domestic game, after accepting a full-time position at Premiership giants Northampton Saints’ academy.
At just 20-years-old, former West Suffolk College arts student Alex Unsworth has an impressive CV, having recently landed a job designing sets for a horror film after learning his trade on the latest Star Wars movie.
A Fawlty Towers mood took over West Suffolk College on Wednesday night during a student performance of Georges Feydeau’s A Flea in her Ear.
Details of the strategic plan, from 2015 to 2020, are exclusively revealed by this newspaper.
More than 50 students across four departments from Suffolk New College are collaborating for a two-night live music event at Ipswich Town Hall.
Glum-faced schoolchildren have waited almost a year to reclaim their adventure playground – left “like a quagmire” following construction of a new classroom.
An active primary school in Ipswich has become only the sixth school in Suffolk to be recognised for it sporting uptake among pupils, by earning a School Games Gold Award.
The start of work to create two new classrooms at a west Suffolk primary school has been stalled – because of lizards which are hibernating a mile away from the site.
One of Ipswich’s biggest secondary schools has celebrated receiving a ‘good’ rating once again after its latest Ofsted inspection.
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More teenagers in Suffolk achieved the Government’s target for GCSE results last year than previously thought, official figures show.
Primary school headteachers in Ipswich have formed a new alliance designed to recruit and train the “next generation” of teachers and improve exam results.
More Suffolk schools are rated ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ than a year ago but the county council has failed to hit its own target.
The parents of more than 60 Suffolk schoolchildren faced court action in just a single day in an ongoing clampdown on alleged truancy.
More Suffolk school children are achieving expected standards in reading, writing and maths – but the county is still near the bottom of national league tables.
Lisa Chambers’ departure as education councillor in Suffolk will ‘not help school children’, according to a teaching union.
Suffolk County Council’s ruling Conservative group was in turmoil today following the shock resignation of education spokeswoman Lisa Chambers.
The Freedom of Information (FOI) Act 2000 has made a massive difference to the public and press’ ability to shine a light on matters that are in the public interest.
Open warfare has broken out at Suffolk County Council following the shock resignation of education spokeswoman Lisa Chambers.
More Suffolk schools have taken a step towards hitting an ambitious target set by education chiefs after receiving improved Ofsted reports.
Last week the Prime Minister turned his attention to parents. It seems we need to do better, writes Geoff Barton.
Grants worth more than £1.1million from the Premier League and The FA Facilities Fund have been awarded to grassroots sports facility projects across East Anglia.
Girls at a Suffolk school are celebrating after winning a hockey championship for the fourth year running.
Michael Bartram and Joshua Hulse both scooped gold medals as Suffolk athletes enjoyed their best ever set of results, at the annual English Schools Track & Field Championships, held at Gateshead.
This year saw the fourth hosting of the annual Suffolk School summer sports festivals, delivered by Suffolk Sport and supported by the School Games Organiser network, providing excellent competition.
Blue is the colour for a young Ipswich footballer as she attempts to emulate England’s World Cup stars.
Colchester & Tendring claimed a terrific team victory, to maintain their push for promotion, at their latest Southern League Division Three meeting, held at Watford on Saturday.
Gregor Tait (Kesgrave High School and Ipswich GC), selected by England Schools to meet Scotland next month, equalled the Fynn Valley course record set by Nick Denny in the 2008 club championship.
Pupils, staff and relatives enjoy the day at the Framlingham school
Rebecca Sherwin is poised to take her first step on the international ladder and is excited at the prospect of representing her country in the pool.
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