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A ground-breaking tech company that recently relocated from Cambridge to Suffolk has been working with University of Essex researchers on technology designed to make our online data safer.
One Ipswich school invited World War Two veterans to see their Remembrance Day work - even forming a giant poppy made of their pupils on the school fields.
As work begins to rebuild Stowmarket High School, headteacher Dave Lee-Allan is calling on the community to help stock the new building with key resources.
Children’s authors took centre stage in a question and answer session in Ipswich.
If you are a parent of a three or four year old you may have just recieved a letter about primary school places. But what do you do next?
Students have grilled local business leaders at the launch of West Suffolk College’s Global Enterprise Week.
New management has been found for several schools in Suffolk and north Essex formerly run by the controversial academy trust Bright Tribe.
A programme to turn around Suffolk’s special education needs (SEN) provision has been outlined – with an “innovative” pilot set to spearhead the measures.
Two Kesgrave High School students have been accepted onto a prestigious national engineering scholarship after taking part in a rigorous application process.
Fifteen young women from Saxmundham Free school will be taking part in a debate at the House of Lords this afternoon which will consider some of the biggest barriers facing girls today.
Free tickets to go and watch the mighty Tractor Boys play at Portman Road are being given to nearby schools.
A nursery in Felixstowe has been put into special measures after it received its second “inadequate” Ofsted inspection this year.
A young musician is urging other teenagers to learn to respect one another after she suffered at the hands of bullies.
Catering staff at Ravenswood Primary School are serving up 225 hot lunches every day - and an increasing number of those are tailored for children suffering from fish, milk and gluten intolerances.
Suffolk Coastal MP Therese Coffey has responded to the news that the Academies Enterprise Trust (AET) is to give up control of two Felixstowe Schools.
An academy trust which has come under fire from concerned parents is to relinquish control of two Felixstowe schools amid government pressure.
Students from Finborough School embarked on an adventure to the continent to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War.
An Ipswich school has won gold and silver trophies in the Boccia under-19 county championships.
A Suffolk and Norfolk land-based college has been dealt a crushing blow after inspectors rated it “inadequate” for the second year in a row.
A school which specialises in teaching children with learning difficulties has received a top level Ofsted report.
Academy leaders have come under fire as new figures reveal seven trusts with schools in Suffolk pay salaries in excess of £150,000.
Former senior staff at an Ipswich primary school which is run by a now troubled academy trust have warned of a debt legacy that could take years to clear.
“Chronic underfunding” of education by the government has been blamed for a council’s overspending on children’s services.
A second student is now not attending an Ipswich school after an investigation was launched into the age of another pupil.
The MP for Ipswich has criticised Home Office policy after it emerged the Government was warned about adults posing as child asylum seekers – months before an investigation was launched into the age of a pupil at a Suffolk school.
A bid for a new free school on Ipswich’s 3,500-home Northern Fringe development has been turned down by Westminster education chiefs, claiming there was not enough evidence a school was needed there.
An asylum seeker accused of lying about his age to attend a Suffolk school is reported to have suffered abuse and threats.
An Ipswich college has scooped an award from the organisers behind the prestigious Man Booker Prize.
Proposals have been submitted by Suffolk’s education team for a new special school in the county, amid a “crisis” in special education needs provision.
It is a landmark year for one of Suffolk’s best known schools as it celebrates its 150th anniversary.
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