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Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Safety checks are needed on the roofs of almost 60 schools across Norfolk - to establish whether they could be at risk of collapse.

Norfolk schools are facing a £29m funding shortfall next year compared to 2015, despite political parties promising billions of pounds of more money, a union has claimed.

Think you know your Harry Potter from your Horrid Henry? Or your Gryffindor from your Gross Class Zero?

Options are being explored for the future of a children's centre closed as part of sweeping changes to services in Norfolk.

A pre-school in desperate need of expansion is worried a covenant on council land could stand in the way of its plans.

Schools have to keep up with changes in food and diet trends to bring more students into their canteens, according to a Norfolk school dinners specialist.

A watchdog has praised a "transformation" in front-line services for vulnerable children - but said "significant shortfalls" remain in other areas of practice.

Young people who claimed schools "just didn't care" when it came to bullying have sparked positive action.

Two Norfolk academy trusts have reassured parents and carers that their imminent merger will not disrupt school life for pupils.

"I want more and our young people deserve more."

A pair of educators have reached an important milestone after running and managing nursery schools in the Dereham area for the past three decades.

A primary school has unveiled a set of brand new classrooms for its youngest pupils.

Vulnerable children in Norfolk are set to benefit from a share of £84m of government funding for a landmark project to improve support for those at risk.

An old beach hut has been turned into a unique classroom at a north Norfolk primary.

Green-fingered pupils at a mid Norfolk school have been named winners in an annual potato growing competition.

A high school is playing its part in a scheme offering free computing training to the next generation.

Norfolk schoolgirl Nadia Sparkes made headlines around the world when she adopted the nickname Trash Girl. Reporter STUART ANDERSON spoke to her about settling into a new school, Greta Thunberg and the ongoing battle for the environment..

Parents who park where they shouldn't during the school run will face a greater chance of being fined in the future.

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