A head teacher has praised the community for pulling together to repair its playground after Storm Dennis tore it down.
St Alban's Catholic High School in Ipswich is celebrating after an improvement drive saw the school rated 'good' by regulator Ofsted.
A 14-year-old girl at a Suffolk school was left bleeding and could be scarred for life after receiving a stab wound in the leg from a makeshift blade through another student's bag.
Just one child in Suffolk referred for an autism assessment was seen within the mandatory 13 week period in 2019, shock new figures show - with waiting times nearly double what they should be.
Its corridors hold decades of memories, while its classrooms have taught generation upon generation of Ipswich's best and brightest.
An Ipswich energy firm has joined a bid to help youngsters develop their skills and become more employable.
A new mobile app has been launched in Ipswich amid fears local children are starting school with poor literacy, numeracy and communication skills.
One of the region's biggest academy trusts is calling on agencies to cut profits after its supply staff bill more than doubled to over £1.2m last year.
Engineering students from West Suffolk College had a workshop tour with the US Air Force in a visit to RAF Mildenhall.
A "blitz" on bad parking is the latest solution proposed for the residential roads around a college in Ipswich.
Two language teachers have joined forces to launch a foreign languages training centre in Ipswich.
Budding actors and actresses from St Joseph's College in Ipswich were "bursting with energy" as they staged a stunning performance of Little Shop of Horrors.
A "constant flow of laughter and singing" at YMCA Childcare Providence in Ipswich helped it to win an "outstanding" grading from Ofsted in its first inspection.
The word "sustainability" has become a global buzzword and now young Suffolk artists are looking at how to use their work to inspire change.
A primary school has become the first in Suffolk to receive an 'outstanding' Ofsted rating under new inspection guidelines.
A school near Stowmarket has raised more than £3,000 for a scheme to help children understand abuse and how to report it.
A four-legged teaching assistant at a Suffolk primary school has helped it score top marks with inspectors.
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Half a million pounds has been pledged by Suffolk Highways for fresh road markings and signs outside schools ahead of a changeover in parking laws.
The youngest pupils at Ipswich Preparatory School held a very special picnic this week with guests of honour - their teddy bears.
The University of Suffolk has seen a rise in local applications - after reaching out to those who previously had little access to higher education.
Calls are being made for a new location to be found for a children's centre which is facing closure.
Nearly 200 children with special needs were attending school outside of Suffolk at the beginning of this year - at a cost of £10.6million.
Education chiefs are to form a task force to revamp a key strategy which aims to raise educational standards in Suffolk.
Piper's Vale Primary in Ipswich is hoping to show school inspectors the benefits of changes made since the Paradigm Trust took over about three years ago.
A Suffolk school in special measures is "taking effective action" to improve according to the latest report from Ofsted.
As a bright young Member of Parliament clever enough to have studied at Oxford, it might seem hard to imagine that, as a child, Tom Hunt struggled to read, write and even tie his shoelaces.
Over 100 students from a Suffolk school will be taking part in a huge production of a global-hit musical.
Staff working at a Suffolk nursery have expressed their disappointment after Ofsted said it 'required improvement' at a recent inspection.
Wage bills for academy managers have soared by almost a third, despite schools facing a funding crisis.