The Anna Airy exhibition, staged by the Ipswich Art Society, and held at the University of Suffolk, is one of the highlights of the cultural calendar. Its a showcase for bright young talent and once again arts editor Andrew Clarke is dazzled by the work on display
Planners at Ipswich Borough Council are set to ask for a rethink of a proposal to develop a new Suffolk Record Office at the University of Suffolk, stating that parts of it do “not provide a promising setting”.
A deep-seated view in British education is that young people, particularly girls, do better academically in a single sex environment, writes Neil Tetley, headteacher at Woodbridge School in an opinion piece for this newspaper.
A former Suffolk primary school headteacher has been banned from teaching for two years after she put pupils and staff at “significant risk” by failing to carry out fire drills and falsifying records to show she had.
I wonder how many Ipswich residents are aware that the town has been designated an “Opportunity Area” for improving educational outcomes and that this designation comes with a pot of money of at least £6 million?
Time is a healer, reflects Oona Carlin, head of Ipswich High School, in her first interview about a month after the seminal announcement that the independent school will convert to co-educational status for the first time since it was founded in 1878.