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A Suffolk school saw in the holidays with a ‘festival-like’ acoustic evening.

Yesterday, 21:58

Claydon High School has been recognised for its sporting prowess by achieving the School Games Mark silver award.

Fri, 16:47

Children and staff at Sprites Primary School in Ipswich have said a fond farewell two long-running staff members.

Fri, 13:40

Art and design students at One sixth form in Ipswich gained inspiration from one of Banksy’s collaborators during a special session at the University of Essex.

Fri, 07:30

Staff and students at Ipswich High School for Girls got the chance to witness the fruits of their fundraising work with a special visit to the Macmillan Woolverstone Centre after raising £10,000 for the cause this year.

Fri, 06:30

Westbourne Academy in Ipswich has been given a boost by the Tennis Foundation after being selected for training, funding and facilities in the School of Tennis programme.

One of the best-known further education colleges in Suffolk has vowed to improve after getting a damning report from Ofsted inspectors.

Thu, 15:40

Ipswich Academy has announced its interim principal will remain at the school as its permanent head with immediate effect.

Thu, 14:46

A deputy headteacher retiring from a special school in Ipswich after more than 25 years had originally signed up to work just one day as a supply teacher.

Thu, 06:09

Officers from Suffolk police’s cyber crime unit have visited students at Kesgrave High School to chat with them about how to stay safe on social media.

Tue, 19:45

Music students at Suffolk New College were able to gain some first-hand industry experience at Latitude last weekend – with two students securing work placements.

Tue, 17:10

Children at St Matthews Primary School in Ipswich came face to face with a real life comic book hero.

Tue, 12:49

The headteacher at a federation of small Suffolk schools has been left “overawed” after receiving a national award recognising her work as a “driving force” behind the partnership.

Mon, 15:29

Youngsters in Kesgrave can learn how to rap, beat-box or do graffiti art with specially organised workshops this summer.

Mon, 14:21

A Suffolk school has presented a share of its five-figure fundraising total to a charity supporting seriously ill children in the region.

Mon, 09:15

The chief executive of Suffolk’s library service has announced she will be stepping down from the role next year.

Mon, 08:47

Excluding school pupils involved in dealing drugs or possessing knives may push children into the hands of gangs, a Suffolk police chief has warned.

Sunday, July 16, 2017

With numbers replacing letters in some GCSE results this year, reflecting a new tougher curriculum, here is a guide to the new system for parents in Suffolk and Essex.

Sunday, July 16, 2017

School budgets for fire safety should be ring-fenced to help ensure pupil safety, a Suffolk headteacher has said.

Friday, July 14, 2017

Community leaders, parents and a Suffolk MP have said they are prepared to fight to save a village primary school from closure.

Friday, July 14, 2017

Students and staff at Suffolk New College in Ipswich celebrated the end of the year with a glittering red carpet awards evening.

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

A primary school in Debenham has celebrated the grand opening of its new early years outdoor play area.

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Students performing poems to hospital patients was one of the highlights of the year, headmaster Nicholas Weaver said at the annual Ipswich School Speech Day.

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Audiences enjoyed a classic Shakespeare production on the lawn at Woodbridge School, with pupils performing the Merry Wives of Windsor.

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

With children counting down the days before schools break up for the summer, we are asking parents in Suffolk and Essex if they are taking their children out of school early for a family summer holiday.

Saturday, July 8, 2017

The university said the new Higher Education Statistics Agency figures were above national average and were “tremendously satisfying”.

Friday, July 7, 2017

A Suffolk school gave its departing headteacher a Scottish-style send-off.

Friday, July 7, 2017

Students at One sixth form in Ipswich were joined by Essex-based international artist Robert Priseman and deputy mayor Roger Fern for a celebration of the students’ art and fashion work.

Thursday, July 6, 2017

The rural village school in the Shotley Peninsula could close as early as July 2018 after Suffolk County Council (SCC) issued concerns over the school’s viability.

Thursday, July 6, 2017

Year three and four children from 32 primary schools were praised for their “talent and enthusiasm” at the QuadKids athletics event at the educational sports charity in Ipswich.

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