Sunday, November 19, 2017

Geography A-level students from Fakenham sixth form have been helping to record changes to the north Norfolk coastline.

Dereham school children had a chance to compete to be star bakers, during a visit from a top Norfolk chef.

Making pumpkin soup was all in a day’s work for a reception class at North Elmham primary school.

It is the biggest academy trust in Norfolk, having grown to 30 schools in its four years. Lauren Cope talks to the outgoing and new chief executives at the Diocese of Norwich Education and Academies Trust (DNEAT), as it turns a new page.

Norfolk County Council

Young and old joined together as a Dereham high school held their first Remembrance Day service in affiliation with the Royal British Legion (RBL).

Northgate High School

Norfolk’s rural schools should form partnerships of at least 1,500 pupils, the council says, as the focus continues to move towards bigger schools.

A former Norfolk schoolgirl is pursuing her dream of working with children after gaining a place at one of the world’s most prestigious nanny training colleges.

Parents of children at a Dereham junior school are furious with a bus driver who reportedly dropped their children in the middle of town and made them walk half a mile to school unaccompanied due to roadworks.

Norfolk County Council

The relocation of Fakenham College was completed today, as the refurbished sixth form was unveiled at the Fakenham Academy site.

Matthew Parr-Burman

Fakenham Academy has today opened its new sixth form centre, after a £750,000 investment in the refurbishment.

Pupils at Toftwood Infant School have enjoyed a day of activities that took them back in time.


Ten schools in Norfolk accounted for more than a third of all permanent exclusions made in the county last year.

Children and staff at Burnham Market nursery school have celebrated the opening of their new summerhouse.

Norfolk Community Foundation

Friday, October 13, proved to be a lucky day for students at Northgate High School.

Northgate High School

Science lessons at Toftwood Infant School came alive thanks to a visit by mobile petting zoo Zoo-tastic


An academy trust in Norfolk is on the hunt for an executive principal to lead five schools.

An outstanding childcare provider has opened a new nursery near Dereham to help meet increased demand from parents.

The principal of a Norfolk academy is to step down and take up a new post on the Isle of Wight.

Children at the Pilgrim Federation of primary schools in north Norfolk have a lot of activities to look forward to this year, including a live radio broadcast.


Scarning pre-school has reopened to the public, with a get-together afternoon.

A new website ranking schools on working conditions for their employees has been set up in a bid to better inform teachers.

A performing arts teacher from Wells is adapting a beloved children’s book set in North Norfolk into a musical to be performed by local school kids.

Robert Smith

Year Seven pupils at Neatherd High School in Dereham have had a head start on the new school year, with a carnival themed summer school.

Heads of schools across mid and north Norfolk have been reacting to their students’ GCSE results.

Matthew Parr-Burman

Thousands of students in Norfolk and Waveney will today know more about their next steps as they receive their GCSE results.

Tomorrow, thousands of teenagers will open their GCSE results after months of revision. Lauren Cope looks at what we should be watching out for as results come in.

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