The organisation behind a children’s ‘goblin’ racing event in Norfolk will be sharing a special opportunity for schools at Norwich Science Festival.
One in three Norfolk children are finishing primary school obese or overweight, new figures reveal.
Northgate High School and Dereham Sixth Form College have successfully secured funding for a number of partnerships with schools across Europe.
Plans have been revealed which would see two of Norfolk’s Academy Trusts join forces ahead of a merger.
Cuts to Norfolk’s mobile libraries have been agreed, which will see two fewer vehicles and some stops no longer called at.
An event which is simply scrumptious has been organised in mid-Norfolk to celebrate all that is crunchtastic about the humble apple.
Teams of amazing mathematicians took number-crunching to the extreme to be named this year’s challenge champs.
A special exhibition of artwork inspired by beer and brewing is now on show at a mid-Norfolk museum.
A special rewards assembly has been held for a number of pupils at a Dereham high school following a successful work experience week.
A couple of tyres salvaged from the side of north Norfolk’s country roads greet you as you make your way into the fruit and vegetable allotment at Reepham High School.
It’s time to start collecting - our Books for Schools campaign begins today.
With just two days to go until the official launch of our Books for Schools campaign, a children’s author has spoken about the positive ways books have shaped his life.
Great Dunham Primary School has been awarded £27,700 by the Heritage Lottery Fund for a project which will research and inform communities about the men from Great Dunham and Little Dunham who died in the First World War.
Reepham College has started the academic year by welcoming back a former teacher in a new role as college director.
Forty-six of Norfolk’s 53 children’s centres could be closed after council bosses finally revealed proposals for a review of the service.
Dereham Church of England Junior Academy has been rated “good” in all aspects by Ofsted in an inspection held at the end of the last academic year.
The number of children being excluded from Norfolk schools is “shockingly high” and systems need to be changed, one of the county’s MPs has told Parliament.
The new headteacher of The Nicholas Hamond Academy in Swaffham has vowed to rebuild the school’s reputation and earn back the community’s trust.
A school bus was held up at roadworks by contractors who had been told to let it through, making many of the pupils on board late for their first day.
A company which supplies 42 schools in Norfolk and 57 in Suffolk has left children without uniforms on their first days of school.
The first day of school can be an anxious milestone for parents and children alike.
The latest intake of students at Dereham Neatherd High enjoyed a carnival themed summer school last week to prepare for life in year 7.
More than half of parents believe smartphones should be banned inside school, a new survey has revealed.
A new principal has pledged to equip students with the tools they need to compete for top university places and jobs.
Heads of schools in mid and north Norfolk heaped praise on their students on GCSE results day.
Students at two Dereham schools celebrated as they opened their GCSE results envelopes today, as staff described the overall picture as “reassuring”.
New chapters will today begin for thousands of teenagers who shrugged off a major shake-up in exams to achieve strong results.
Colleges in Dereham, Fakenham and Reepham have all been celebrating improved A-level results.
Hundreds of students around the region will today open their all-important A-level results envelopes.
For thousands of GCSE students in Norfolk and Waveney, an all-important day is inching nearer.
They looked like they had been to hell and back, but a group of abused dogs found abandoned in rural Norfolk are now on the road to recovery and could be welcomed into new homes as early as next week.
Different generations have welcomed a torch of remembrance to Dereham, as part of a tour of Norfolk to mark a century since the Armistice.
The speed cameras in Norfolk where drivers are most likely to get caught driving too fast have been revealed.
Take one heritage railway, mix in some fear, add a dash of terror and a splash of every phobia going for good measure, and you’ve got the perfect recipe for a night on the Horror Train.
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