The team of Year 9 students earned a place in a prestigious national final, after impressing judges with an environmentally-friendly project.
The school received a donation in memory of Roy Saunders, who wanted to support student art – and thank the school where his grandson attended.
The return of a popular school art exhibition – postponed last year due to the pandemic – has been declared a sweeping success.
Pupils got into Euro 2020 football fever to help raise money for a community defibrillator, which would also be available for local community use.
The exhibition, originally held two years ago, will return with over 200 pieces of art exhibited in 46 shop fronts, cafés and vacant retail units.
Ben Lowe, 18, earned praise for not missing a single day of school from the age of 11, up to his two years studying A levels at the school.
The school has spoken of its delight, after being shortlisted in the final eight in the Creative School of the Year category in the TES School Awards.
Charlie Wilson and Evie Prager have been appointed to the roles, with both stating that they wanted to carry on the good work of their predecessors.
Helen Yapp’s first full day in her new role as acting headteacher ended with Prime Minister Boris Johnson sending the country back into lockdown.
Ross Myhill said the challenge had also helped with his mental health, after the country entered its third enforced lockdown since last March.
Ros Towns’ first day at her new school ended with the country going back into lockdown, which she admitted brought some very early challenges.
Pupils and staff were recognised with the award after a number of green initiatives, such as a ‘switch-off’ fortnight and organised litter picks.
Wayne Lloyd has paid tribute to the fabulous support he has received from staff and students, describing his headship as an honour and a privilege.
The students have been praised for earning some top grades, in the face of having their exams cut short, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The school signed up to the fitness fundraiser, involving more than a dozen schools and almost 1,000 participants, in aid of NHS Charities Together.
Trudy Harman, who teaches at Glemsford Primary Academy’s nursery, submitted a pastel drawing of her dog, Fergal, for the Jackson’s Painting Prize.
Staff, students and the school community were left delighted by the recent report, which included an outstanding rating for personal development.
Year 9 students at Thomas Gainsborough School were praised for working with partners on the development of the Sudbury Silk Stories project.
Thomas Gainsborough School was named the Secondary School of the Year in the 2019 Suffolk Sports Awards, organised by Active Suffolk.
A recycling scheme with a difference has been launched at Woodhall Primary School in a bid to increase activity – and awareness – in the playground.