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Proposals are being put forward to build a school on the former BT depot site on Woodbridge Road in Ipswich.

A new primary school is being planned for Ipswich – and it is possible it could be built as soon as next year.

Suffolk Adult Learners Award winners and runners up

Celebrating achievement in the Suffolk Adult Learners’ Awards 2016

Stowmarket High's EU referendum

Suffolk students have rejected the message that young people are not engaged in politics by hosting an EU referendum vote of their own – with an outcome that bucked the national trend.

Yesterday, 10:18
Parents and children take part in a poetry workshop at Hollesley Primary School.

A Suffolk primary school has praised staff after receiving a “good” inspection report, just two years after being told it ‘requires improvement’.

Wed, 12:00
Gislingham Primary School have introduced a puppy to help children interact and improve their reading skills. Headteacher Julie Welham with pupils.

Meet Tilly, the newest arrival walking the corridors and joining youngsters in the classroom at a Suffolk school.

Wed, 09:00
NUT supporters at a strike rally in Ipswich in 2014

Thousands of teachers are set to strike in Essex and Suffolk next week as part of a national row over pay and conditions.

Tue, 12:01
Students at the University of East Anglia. Picture: Supplied

Suffolk’s mental health trust risks financial losses and reputational damage because of its poor performance training medical students.

Mon, 14:30
Murrayfield Primary School

Children from poor or troubled families have “no excuses” for failing at school, an Ipswich headteacher has said.

Mon, 12:13
Cedarwood Primary School in Kesgrave. Stock image.

The Parents and Friends Association of Cedarwood Primary School have begun a Crowdfunding project to raise money for new school play equipment.

Tuesday, June 21, 2016
Rainbow Flag at Suffolk Pride outside UCS.

School workers across Suffolk are being encouraged to learn more about how they can improve lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) equality in the classroom.

Monday, June 20, 2016
Sarah Waller, from Barnham Primary  Winner of the Rising Star of the Year for Early Yearsat the Raising the Bar awards 2015

Inspirational students who have overcome personal hardship and teachers who go above and beyond their duties will be recognised at a glittering ceremony tonight.

Monday, June 20, 2016
Shane Aldridge and Annie Cronin have taken on 14 apprentices over the last 14 years.

A restaurant owner has revealed that apprentices are helping plug the skills gap in Suffolk’s hospitality sector.

Monday, June 20, 2016
Pupils at Orwell Park School in Ipswich performed a production of Beowulf. Pic: Ted Blackbrow.

Students in Ipswich have been praised after performing a captivating rendition of Beowulf.

Friday, June 17, 2016
Sir Robert Hitcham's Primary School welcomed Gino, an orphaned lamb, recently

An orphaned lamb became a playground star during its visit to a Suffolk primary school.

Wednesday, June 15, 2016
Stoke High School  Ormiston Academy, Ipswich.

An Ipswich high school inspected for the first time since becoming an academy has dropped from its previous “good” rating to “requires improvement”.

Wednesday, June 15, 2016
Gemima Christodoulou-Peace is studying Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair at One sixth form.

A female car mechanic in Ipswich is leading the drive against gender stereotyping in the workplace by challenging the belief that some jobs are reserved for men or women.

Wednesday, June 15, 2016
Terry Baxter, Christine Walters and Gordon Jones at the launch of Raising the Awards 2016.

Inspirational students who have overcome personal hardship and teachers who go above and beyond their duties will be among those recognised at a glittering ceremony next week.

Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Nicola Housden, Ipswich Rugby Colts and Darren Wright from Suffolk Rugby Union at Ipswich Rugby Club.

Competitors are preparing to put their agility to the test during an ‘It’s a Knockout!’ style obstacle course as part of a new charitable event this summer.

Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Bramford Primary celebrating Queen's 90th with a street party at the school.

A “truly special” celebration of the Queen’s birthday was held at a Suffolk primary school for the whole community to enjoy.

Saturday, June 11, 2016
Zara (L to R) Rose and Justine with their robot at the Roboclub competition at Holbrook Primary School.

The seasoned robot programmers at Holbrook Primary School have been passing down their skills to an even younger generation at an in-house competition.

Friday, June 10, 2016
One sixth form, in Scrivener Drive, Ipswich.

After six years of protests and petitions, the row over parking around One sixth form may soon be coming to an end.

Thursday, June 9, 2016
Shining Stars Nursery, in Leiston, has received a 'good' Ofsted grade

Hard work and dedication has been credited for helping to convince inspectors to award a Suffolk nursery with ‘Good’ overall grades.

Thursday, June 9, 2016
The two cases are Whitton Community Primary School are said to be recovering well.

There has been an outbreak of the viral infection hepatitis A at an Ipswich primary school, Public Health England has confirmed.

Thursday, June 9, 2016
Helen Ruddock

A music teacher who for 80 years taught hundreds of Suffolk pupils is believed to have left more than £500,000 to charity in her will, it can be revealed.

Wednesday, June 8, 2016
UCS Arts and Humanities degree show, 2016,  award winners

Students honoured with awards at UCS

Wednesday, June 8, 2016
Public meeting at Peasenhall Assembly Hall as fears that the primary school may close.

Parents of children attending a small rural school in Suffolk have accused the local authority of trying to intentionally close it – as pupils have been moved to a nearby school.

Tuesday, June 7, 2016
Ed Sheeran performs live. Credit : Ian West/PA Wire

His songs have sold millions of copies across the globe, topping international best seller lists and earning a string of top industry awards along the way.

Tuesday, June 7, 2016
Pupils at Piper's Vale Primary School during careers week.

Bakers, fitness instructors, doctors, jockeys, and even a Lego designer filled the classrooms at an Ipswich primary school to celebrate the last day of its careers week.

Friday, June 3, 2016
Volunteers in the Summer Reading Challenge 2015, Ed Botwright, and Dalia El Gaddal

The tales of Roald Dahl are set to be brought alive this summer when The Big Friendly Read gets underway, but volunteers are needed to support events across the county.

Thursday, June 2, 2016
Emma Crowhurst hosts the Omelette challenge  at the Suffolk Show with Peter Over and Tommy Smith

He may have skills on the football pitch, but ITFC defender Tommy Smith’s talent in the kitchen were - he admitted - a little limited when he undertook the omelette challenge at the Suffolk Show this afternoon.

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