July 28 2015 Latest news:
This year Suffolk County Council is working to Raise the Bar and improve educational standards in the county.
Here we want to champion those that are striving to drive up attainment and give our students the best possible start in life.
We also want to highlight those areas where improvement is still needed.
Around 100 vulnerable adults from across Suffolk, including at centres in Bury St Edmunds and Haverhill, are to gain free educational support thanks to a council’s donation of old laptops.
More than 80 students and 150 parents attended a presentation evening at their school to highlight achievement in sport.
An Ipswich school is remaining tight-lipped over proposed changes which could see teachers leave and senior management altered.
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 is a time to dream of foreign climes and beaches - the old fly and flop as I heard it described on the radio recently.
One of the least dazzling moments in my decidedly unstellar school career was studying A-level French, writes headteacher Geoff Barton.
John Grose chairman Ian Twinley proudly received the business partner of the year award on behalf of the motor group at the Raising the Bar Awards 2015.
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