Fri, 11:30

A high school has taken in a record number of new students, after governors chose to accept 120 Year 7 applicants.

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

Students across mid-Norfolk have been jumping for joy as they picked up their GCSE results.

The anxious wait will finally be over today for those expecting their GCSE results in Norfolk and Waveney.

A mixed set of GCSE results have been achieved in schools across north Norfolk.

The rollercoaster of emotions was in full effect as students in mid-Norfolk picked up their A-level results.

A family-friendly cafe, community support base and space for more nursery school places are the latest plans revealed for a network of children's centres in Norfolk.

Youngsters from north Norfolk schools were sent out onto beaches to collect washed up plastics, as part of a national campaign to stop the problem.

The number of children suspended from schools in Norfolk shot up by more than 25pc last year.

Children at Walsingham Primary School have a new place to sit, reflect and connect with nature following a £3,000 fundraising campaign by the school's friends' group.

Students at Fakenham Academy were wowed by the night sky recently, without leaving their classrooms.

Teachers in Norfolk have had chairs and scissors thrown at them and been injured during assaults by pupils, a survey reveals.

Parents have been left frustrated and disappointed after a Norfolk primary school cancelled an end-of-year celebration.

Plans for a new school for children with special educational needs have been announced - hours after a town's cricket club renewed its campaign to expand on to the same site.

Reported snags in a school's new fingerprint-scanning system have led to claims children have been going hungry at lunchtimes.

Fakenham Academy has won an award for care for diabetic students.

As the curtains closed on this year's final perfomance at Fakenham Academy, students and staff teared up more than an average closing night. Of course for some, this was not an average closing night.

Three Norfolk schools have scooped up £1,000 in LEGO Education resources after a four-month-long competition.

Students at Fakenham Academy took the opportunity to make a noise on International Make Music Day.

Children from a Norfolk primary school have worked alongside a screenwriter to commemorate the men from their villages who died during the First World War.

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