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Calls have been made by education champions in Suffolk to bring poorly performing academies back under council control.
A petition to protect speech and language hubs across Suffolk has reached more than 1,000 signatures only a week after it was launched.
Children with special educational needs and disabilities in Suffolk are missing out on millions of pounds in funding, according to new data.
A rural Mid Suffolk landmark could be getting a new lease of life as a special school, if plans are approved.
A Felixstowe primary school has been praised for its vibrant school community and behaviour of pupils in its latest Ofsted visit.
A lack of ‘good’ and ‘outstanding’ Suffolk primary schools has been blamed for an increase in the numbers of children missing out on their parents’ preferred choices.
One Ipswich High School student has single-handedly built her own cabin while juggling her A-level studies.
Parents in Suffolk are waking up on National Offer Day to the news of their primary school places application – with many overjoyed to have secured a place at their first choice school.
The death of Holbrook Academy headteacher Simon Letman has left his students, staff and community in a state of shock.
This week parents and carers in Suffolk will be finding out whether their child has made their first choice primary school on National Offer Day.
One in ten pupils were persistently absent from schools in Suffolk and Essex last year, according to latest government figures.
Did playing the recorder, piano, trombone or triangle at school start a lifelong musical passion - or did your interest last for just a few weeks?
One young protester in Ipswich is blazing a trail as the leader of the town’s school strikes to prevent a climate catastrophe.
A shake-up of specialist speech and language services for children - which could see three centres closed - aims to support more of the 2,300 youngsters in need of help, education chiefs claim.
Suffolk is set to benefit from £45.6million of extra funding to meet increasing demand for specialist school places.
A major bid to create a pioneering Institute of Technology in East Anglia was one of just three to be rejected after the government announced the recipients of a £170million funding pot.
Children as young as three came to Ipswich Waterstones to meet Onjali Q Rauf – the award-winning author behind the popular children’s book which follows a Syrian refugee in an English school.
Pupils from a Suffolk school have put on a rocking performance in a musical based on hit Hollywood film, School of Rock.
A number of children’s centres across Suffolk are under threat of closure as part of a wide-ranging review of services, it has been revealed.
A multi-academy trust which runs schools across Suffolk for pupils who need extra support has appointed a fully funded Police Community Support Officer to help pupils and staff.
Three popular high schools across east Suffolk have had their plans to form a multi-academy trust approved, which will help safeguard under-threat subjects.
Are you thinking about progressing your career or starting a new one? Here’s some advice from the University of Suffolk.
In the latest instalment in our series about multicultural Ipswich, we take a look at how schools in the town have embraced diversity.
Music stars of tomorrow are set to show off their talent at Suffolk One’s annual spring concert.
Suffolk’s crisis-hit special educational needs service has been handed a boost as funding has been confirmed for a new school in Ipswich.
An Ipswich school is celebrating a successful Ofsted inspection after the regulating body rated it as “good”.
Ipswich Prep School welcomed author Nick Butterworth back to the school to celebrate the 30th anniversary of his first Percy the Park Keeper book, One Snowy Night.
Speaking in front of an audience is something many adults find daunting, so how are Ipswich schools helping children ‘find their voice’?
Elephants might be known for their stomping, but this Elmer for a local primary school likes to waddle.
A flagship secondary school rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted has seen its inspection grading plummet – making it the fourth top-rated school in Suffolk in just a matter of weeks to see its rating fall dramatically.