An infant and nursery school is closed on Wednesday after stormy weather caused flooding problems.
Forty youngsters took part in Mattishall Primary School’s annual talent show from singers to dancers, magicians, gymnasts, musicians, comedians and a baton twirler.
Levitating paperclips and orbiting pennies were among the challenges faced by students at a physics competition which saw four pupils from Reepham High School emerge as winners.
Fakenham Academy students pulled out all of the stops to arrive at the Year 11 prom in fine style.
Reepham High School evolved into Rydell High for two nights with a high energy, swift paced production of Grease.
An emotive portrait of a man’s face has won a Norfolk six-former top place in a new art competition.
Children at Toftwood Infant school explored their topic of habitats and environments with a visit by Lindsey and Steve from Butterflies of Britain and a group of Painted Lady butterflies.
The trophy cabinet at Neatherd High School in Dereham has a new addition after a group of dancers won a prestigious national competition.
A village school has launched a buy a brick appeal to raise money for a new classroom.
Tickets please! Pupils at one Dereham school will now be queuing up to get on a bus for a journey into the world of books and reading.
Sporting talent was on show when a north Norfolk school held a sports day with a difference.
Celebrations for a Norfolk performing group’s 50th anniversary have got off to a flying start, after one of its actors secured a place at RADA.
A £90,000 choral and creative writing project which brought together school children and celebrated artists has been hailed an “incredible success”.
It has been her dream for years to study at one of the top musical theatre colleges in the country.
A young enterprising media student has seen an ambitious pitch for work experience pay off with the chance to film and photograph his home town’s biggest music event of the year.
They may be too young to vote in the General Election but pupils at Dereham’s Neatherd High School will still have their say on who they would like to run the country.
A student from Stiffkey, near Wells, has secured top place in a regional competition.
University students were given the chance to work alongside a Turner Prize-winning artist Richard Long to create a film about his new exhibition.
A free book will be given to pre-school children who visit a library in Norfolk next week as part of a national initiative.
A 12-year-old from Swaffham has set off on a 47-mile challenge to raise money for her school.
Well-known children’s author Kevin Crossley-Holland opened a village school’s new library during a celebration of the joys of reading.
With the half term week now upon us, we’ve put together a list of activities - both inside and out - families can enjoy over the next few days.
One Norfolk headteacher has shared their moving account of how the funding crisis is hitting their school.
Proceeds from an art exhibition will be turned into books for a school library.
Important decisions on education in Norfolk could be made “without real world perspective” - it has been claimed.
Charging schools which expel students could worsen an alarming rise in expulsion rates in Norfolk and have a damaging impact on children’s welfare, a principal has warned.
An important meeting of leading figures in Norfolk education is being held today.
These remarkable images from the edge of space were captured by Norfolk school students.
A head teacher has said she is not worried about how just one pupil will start at school’s reception class in September.
Twenty-five rural schools in Norfolk have filled fewer than half of their reception class places, figures show.
Fakenham town centre is set to be packed out with 150 Harley Davidson motorcycles on Saturday morning.
Police could have missed the opportunity to catch ram raiders red handed after failing to take immediate action after being called by a witness who saw the criminals at work.
The Holkham Estate has responded to criticism about the lack of disabled access at Sunday’s Tom Jones concert by saying that a designated viewing platform was available, as well as toilet facilities.
Ram-raiders have struck in north Norfolk for the second time in a week.
A woman who visited the British Sugar plant in west Norfolk says she has doubts over whether the mysterious smell that swept the county last month could have originated there.
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