A Norfolk academy which was deemed inadequate last year has been told it is continuing to take “effective action” towards the removal of special measures.
Engineering, self-confidence and the rise of technology and creative industries were explored by three teenagers at a major public talk.
A top police official in Norfolk has pledged to make the force more “visible, accessible and accountable”.
Three secondary schools and a further education college have successfully secured a grant aimed at supporting pupils and encouraging them to take up engineering courses.
An academy which was put into special measures last year has been told it is taking steps towards shaking off the judgment.
Schoolchildren and organisers have celebrated the end of a successful project to restore a 900-year-old church.
A poster created by a teenager highlighting the dangers of drug trafficking is set to be displayed in schools throughout Norfolk.
Tributes have been paid to the former Watton town councillor who was described as: “wonderful” and a “stalwart of the town”.
Students at a Norfolk school have taken part in a innovative new programme surrounding fuel poverty.
Norfolk’s first community fridge has already proved a success just weeks after it was launched.
A well-known Norfolk principal will head up four academies in a new executive role.
A beleaguered Norfolk high school has been told it has taken “decisive action” to create a safer atmosphere in its classrooms.
The life of a teenager who died last month has been celebrated in style by the car club he was a member of.
An academy in Watton could have its funding withdrawn after the government served it a warning notice.
Nervous anticipation turned into joy for students in Thetford, Watton, Methwold, Brandon and Mildenhall.
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