For many parents, guardians and carers of young children, it can be difficult to find the right words to explain coronavirus.
A group of medical students in Norwich are providing free childcare to NHS staff to support the health services’s efforts to tackle the spread of coronavirus.
Three quarters of parents fear the coronavirus pandemic will effect their children’s education, a survey has suggested.
Thousands of Norfolk children eligible for free school meals are to benefit from a national voucher scheme which will allow them to keep getting them while they are at home.
With schools closed and children forced to learn at home parents may well be feeling stressed,overwhelmed and under pressure.
With small numbers of children in the classroom and most forced to learn at home, schools across Norfolk have turned to innovative ways to support pupils in the first week of coronavirus closures.
Parents of children eligible for free school meals are being warned about a coronavirus scam.
Looking for something to keep the kids busy during the school closures? Here’s all you need to know about the Young Norfolk Writing Competition.
A school has closed to all pupils and staff after confirming that a student had tested positive for coronavirus.
Dozens of schools in Norfolk remained closed on the first day of coronavirus measures with many still working on the “challenging” situation of providing education to the most vulnerable and the children of key workers.
A house that was built for a squadron leader serving at RAF Watton in the Second World War – who had his own ‘batman’ – is for sale.
A six-berth caravan worth around £14,000 was stolen in an early hours theft.
Three men and two women being treated at two of Norfolk’s hospitals have died after testing positive for coronavirus.
Norfolk Police had to break up a house party and report a pub to trading standards as people flouted the government’s lockdown guidelines.
A further 12 people in Norfolk have died after contracting coronavirus, the largest daily rise in deaths so far.