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‘Astounding’ cast and crew to present ‘action-packed’ and ‘fabulously fun’ musical

01 February 2024
‘Astounding’ cast and crew to present ‘action-packed’ and ‘fabulously fun’ musical

‘Astounding’ cast and crew to present ‘action-packed’ and ‘fabulously fun’ musical

01 February 2024

There are only two weeks to go before a Suffolk high school brings its 2024 musical production to audiences.


‘It’s not a military school’: Backlash from parents after ‘toughest teacher’ hired

01 February 2024
‘It’s not a military school’: Backlash from parents after ‘toughest teacher’ hired

‘It’s not a military school’: Backlash from parents after ‘toughest teacher’ hired

01 February 2024

Parents have flagged concerns after a Suffolk school brought in a controversial education consultant to work on improving pupils’ behaviour.


‘We are confident the school will continue to improve’: CEO responds to warning notice

30 January 2024
‘We are confident the school will continue to improve’: CEO responds to warning notice

‘We are confident the school will continue to improve’: CEO responds to warning notice

30 January 2024

A trust has been issued with a warning notice that if a Suffolk high school doesn’t improve, the academy’s funding agreement could be terminated.


‘There are widespread and/or systematic failings’: Suffolk SEND services inspection report published

30 January 2024
‘There are widespread and/or systematic failings’: Suffolk SEND services inspection report published

‘There are widespread and/or systematic failings’: Suffolk SEND services inspection report published

30 January 2024

Education and health watchdogs have ‘significant concerns’ over the outcomes for children and young people with SEND in Suffolk.


‘I want the war to stop’: Teenager who fled homeland speaks of life in UK

29 January 2024
‘I want the war to stop’: Teenager who fled homeland speaks of life in UK

‘I want the war to stop’: Teenager who fled homeland speaks of life in UK

29 January 2024

A Ukrainian student living in Suffolk has shared her experiences of fleeing Ukraine when war broke out and embracing life here.


‘It’s not a proper hill’: Action called for over key road that is ‘breaking up’

28 January 2024
‘It’s not a proper hill’: Action called for over key road that is ‘breaking up’

‘It’s not a proper hill’: Action called for over key road that is ‘breaking up’

28 January 2024

Community leaders are pushing the Suffolk highway authority for a longer-term solution to resolve the poor surface of a key road.


Students create ‘magnificent’ exhibition that celebrates those working in the NHS

26 January 2024
Students create ‘magnificent’ exhibition that celebrates those working in the NHS

Students create ‘magnificent’ exhibition that celebrates those working in the NHS

26 January 2024

The Chief Nursing Officer for England was impressed by students’ artwork on stories relating to the NHS.


‘Education can be a stressful’: Hypnotherapist works with school staff to support wellbeing

26 January 2024
‘Education can be a stressful’: Hypnotherapist works with school staff to support wellbeing

‘Education can be a stressful’: Hypnotherapist works with school staff to support wellbeing

26 January 2024

A school leader has spoken of his innovative approach to staff wellbeing and health.


New fitness suite creates opportunities for all students to take part

24 January 2024
New fitness suite creates opportunities for all students to take part

New fitness suite creates opportunities for all students to take part

24 January 2024

A Suffolk school has tried to ensure a new fitness suite removes barriers to female students’ participation.


‘It’s not right’: Woman’s fight over repair bill at shared ownership property

24 January 2024
‘It’s not right’: Woman’s fight over repair bill at shared ownership property

‘It’s not right’: Woman’s fight over repair bill at shared ownership property

24 January 2024

A Suffolk woman is highlighting the drawbacks of shared ownership homes after high repairs bills.


Revealed: Council spends £1.7m on SEND consultancy, but for families ‘things are getting worse’

23 January 2024
Revealed: Council spends £1.7m on SEND consultancy, but for families ‘things are getting worse’

Revealed: Council spends £1.7m on SEND consultancy, but for families ‘things are getting worse’

23 January 2024

We investigate the amount Suffolk County Council has spent on consultants for improvements to SEND services and whether families can see change.

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‘We feel extremely thankful that Hubert has made the recovery he has’

20 January 2024
‘We feel extremely thankful that Hubert has made the recovery he has’

‘We feel extremely thankful that Hubert has made the recovery he has’

20 January 2024

A Suffolk mum has spoken of her seven-year-old son’s recovery journey after he suddenly became ill with a rare brain injury.


Shear joy for college staff after getting national hairdressing recognition

19 January 2024
Shear joy for college staff after getting national hairdressing recognition

Shear joy for college staff after getting national hairdressing recognition

19 January 2024

Staff at a Suffolk college’s hair and beauty department have been recognised by a national fellowship.


‘A testament to the continued drive for school improvement’: School retains ‘outstanding’ grading

19 January 2024
‘A testament to the continued drive for school improvement’: School retains ‘outstanding’ grading

‘A testament to the continued drive for school improvement’: School retains ‘outstanding’ grading

19 January 2024

A Suffolk primary school is ‘delighted’ to have once again achieved the top grading by Ofsted.


Fake university website shut down by trading standards

18 January 2024
Fake university website shut down by trading standards

Fake university website shut down by trading standards

18 January 2024

Suffolk Trading Standards officers have thwarted a fake uni website that was trying to exploit overseas students.


Second round of consultation launched on October half-term break extension at group of schools

17 January 2024
Second round of consultation launched on October half-term break extension at group of schools

Second round of consultation launched on October half-term break extension at group of schools

17 January 2024

School staff and parents are being encouraged to take part in consultation on whether or not to continue with an extended October half-term break.


Young photographers’ work to be elevated to national competition stage

17 January 2024
Young photographers’ work to be elevated to national competition stage

Young photographers’ work to be elevated to national competition stage

17 January 2024

The work of budding young Suffolk photographers has been chosen for a national competition.


Schoolgirl ‘proud’ to receive letter from the King

17 January 2024
Schoolgirl ‘proud’ to receive letter from the King

Schoolgirl ‘proud’ to receive letter from the King

17 January 2024

Suffolk girl Emilia, seven, wasn’t expecting a reply from the King – but then one arrived in the post.


Well-known community figure officially launches new-look opticians

16 January 2024
Well-known community figure officially launches new-look opticians

Well-known community figure officially launches new-look opticians

16 January 2024

An established opticians and hearing care firm has refurbished its store in a Suffolk town.


Future road closures on cards for pothole repairs

12 January 2024
Future road closures on cards for pothole repairs

Future road closures on cards for pothole repairs

12 January 2024

Highways teams are set to repair some potholes in a Suffolk town and nearby village, with road closures needed.