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Video scheme gives grade boost to maths students

Video scheme gives grade boost to maths students

Video scheme gives grade boost to maths students

09 November 2020

Thousands of videos for solving maths problems have been developed by teachers as part of a successful programme to boost attainment for pupils.


'A genuine sense of optimism': Students and teachers settling into life at new sixth form

'A genuine sense of optimism': Students and teachers settling into life at new sixth form

'A genuine sense of optimism': Students and teachers settling into life at new sixth form

07 November 2020

Students and teachers have been settling into life at a new state of the art sixth form college which, when full, will house close to 2,000 students.


Five cases of coronavirus at academy as headteacher urges concerned parents to get in touch

Five cases of coronavirus at academy as headteacher urges concerned parents to get in touch

Five cases of coronavirus at academy as headteacher urges concerned parents to get in touch

05 November 2020

The head of a Suffolk secondary school has urged parents anxious about coronavirus cases in the school to get in contact about their concerns.


Hundreds more children are being home-schooled in Suffolk since the start of term

Hundreds more children are being home-schooled in Suffolk since the start of term

Hundreds more children are being home-schooled in Suffolk since the start of term

03 November 2020

Hundreds more youngsters are being educated at home in Suffolk since the start of the school term, according to new figures.


Lessons returning to television screens

Lessons returning to television screens

Lessons returning to television screens

02 November 2020

The BBC is bringing back daily Bitesize lessons to the CBBC channel to support children off school because of coronavirus as a second lockdown looms.


Primary school to remain shut after coronavirus outbreak

Primary school to remain shut after coronavirus outbreak

Primary school to remain shut after coronavirus outbreak

02 November 2020

A primary school which shut a fortnight ago due to a coronavirus outbreak is to remain closed.


Tell us your lockdown memories: How you can make sure the stars come out at Christmas

Tell us your lockdown memories: How you can make sure the stars come out at Christmas

Tell us your lockdown memories: How you can make sure the stars come out at Christmas

02 November 2020

An arts group wants to hear your positive memories of lockdown for a Christmas tree stars project.


Suffolk colleges take part in national campaign to celebrate their work in the community

Suffolk colleges take part in national campaign to celebrate their work in the community

Suffolk colleges take part in national campaign to celebrate their work in the community

30 October 2020

Colleges across Suffolk have highlighted their work – including support during the coronavirus pandemic – as part of a national campaign.


Sponsor trusts and opening dates announced for two new SEND schools in Suffolk

Sponsor trusts and opening dates announced for two new SEND schools in Suffolk

Sponsor trusts and opening dates announced for two new SEND schools in Suffolk

30 October 2020

Sponsor trusts have been announced for two new special schools being built in Suffolk under £45million plans to create hundreds of new places.


Nearly 40 students at school self-isolating after coronavirus case

Nearly 40 students at school self-isolating after coronavirus case

Nearly 40 students at school self-isolating after coronavirus case

27 October 2020

Nearly 40 students at a school are self-isolating after a student tested positive for coronavirus.


Town centre pub offers free school takeout meals for children over half term

Town centre pub offers free school takeout meals for children over half term

Town centre pub offers free school takeout meals for children over half term

27 October 2020

A pub is offering free school takeout meals for children at risk of going hungry over the half term.


'Me and mummy support Marcus Rashford - not Boris' - Boy, 8, launches food appeal to help children in need

'Me and mummy support Marcus Rashford - not Boris' - Boy, 8, launches food appeal to help children in need

'Me and mummy support Marcus Rashford - not Boris' - Boy, 8, launches food appeal to help children in need

26 October 2020

An eight-year-old boy inspired by football player Marcus Rashford's school meals campaign is collecting food to support children in need.


'I understand the concerns of constituents' - MPs Jo Churchill and Matt Hancock respond to free school meals row

'I understand the concerns of constituents' - MPs Jo Churchill and Matt Hancock respond to free school meals row

'I understand the concerns of constituents' - MPs Jo Churchill and Matt Hancock respond to free school meals row

26 October 2020

MPs Matt Hancock and Jo Churchill have defended the government over its refusal to extend free school meals for children over the holidays.


Parent calls for road safety improvements after youngster injured in incident near two schools

Parent calls for road safety improvements after youngster injured in incident near two schools

Parent calls for road safety improvements after youngster injured in incident near two schools

24 October 2020

A parent is calling for changes to make a road safer after an incident involving a youngster near two schools.


School closes after 25 staff and pupils test positive for coronavirus

School closes after 25 staff and pupils test positive for coronavirus

School closes after 25 staff and pupils test positive for coronavirus

23 October 2020

A primary school has closed after 25 staff and pupils tested postive for coronavirus.


Victory for parents in fight for school transport funding

Victory for parents in fight for school transport funding

Victory for parents in fight for school transport funding

23 October 2020

A Suffolk community's determination proved key to a mum winning an appeal against its decision not to provide funded school transport.


School tells 37 pupils and 7 staff members to self-isolate after coronavirus outbreak

School tells 37 pupils and 7 staff members to self-isolate after coronavirus outbreak

School tells 37 pupils and 7 staff members to self-isolate after coronavirus outbreak

21 October 2020

A school has told 37 pupils and seven members of staff to stay at home after a coronavirus outbreak.


Memories of school in the 1970s and 80s

Memories of school in the 1970s and 80s

Memories of school in the 1970s and 80s

20 October 2020

From swimming in your pyjamas, BBC Micro computers and Panini football stickers - we take a look back at life in Suffolk's schools in the 70s and 80s.


'He’s absolutely amazing, he’s inspirational': Can you help this popular basketball coach find an indoor venue?

'He’s absolutely amazing, he’s inspirational': Can you help this popular basketball coach find an indoor venue?

'He’s absolutely amazing, he’s inspirational': Can you help this popular basketball coach find an indoor venue?

17 October 2020

An ex-professional basketball player who coaches young children is looking for an indoor venue where he can carry on his 'inspirational' classes.


Students and teachers celebrate World Mental Health Day

Students and teachers celebrate World Mental Health Day

Students and teachers celebrate World Mental Health Day

17 October 2020

A number of schools celebrated World Mental Health Day last week raising funds for the UK’s leading charity fighting for children’s mental well-being.


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