Ipswich’s Sidegate Primary School has bought outdoor marquees so it can run Covid-secure activities when all pupils return in September - after raising nearly £4,000 for its coronavirus reopening fund.
It might seem like something more out of a science fiction movie - but these classroom robots will soon be freely moving round Suffolk schools, in a “ground-breaking” change that could revolutionise education.
Pupils due to sit their GCSE and A level exams next summer will face major disruption in September when the only bus service between Hadleigh, Capel St Mary, East Begholt and Colchester is axed, claim parents.
A major academy chain which already manages some of Suffolk’s biggest primaries and secondaries has been awarded the multi-million pound contract to run a brand new Ipswich school when it opens in 2022.
A major education project in Ipswich has been given £1.4 million by the government to continue its programme for a fourth year, with a focus on mental health and recovery from coronavirus planned for the year ahead.
An Ipswich nursery held a graduation to say an emotional farewell to children leaving for school - after winning plaudits for how it has kept toddlers safe from Covid-19 with its innovative “bubble” system.