July 6 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.
A board of school governors has launched a fierce attack on Suffolk County Council after their headteacher had to stop work for seven weeks.
The headteacher of an Ipswich primary school has resigned just weeks after parents criticised a decision to axe after-school clubs and the end of term disco.
More than 90% of parents in Suffolk have had their first-choice places accepted for their children starting school this September, it has been revealed.
Pupils, staff and relatives enjoy the day at the Framlingham school
One of the most contented souls that I ever met was back in the days when I worked at a local theatre, writes education commenter John Nice, of Easton and Otley College.
This time of year in secondary schools is one of mixed emotions, writes head teacher Geoff Barton.
Suffolk’s second Raising the Bar Awards are to be presented at a special event in Bury St Edmunds on Thursday.
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