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A Suffolk headteacher has criticised Ofsted after an inquest ruled an inspection ‘contributed’ to the death of head Ruth Perry.
Mitigation works have already been completed at a Suffolk school added to the Government list of settings with reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete.
Two religious schools have expressed excitement to be under the wing of an education trust after their conversion into academies.
A school’s entire music block building has been closed due to the presence of reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (RAAC).
A plan to invest up to £2million into a town centre to attract more businesses, support traders and boost adult skills and education has been backed.
More Suffolk schools have appeared on a Government list of settings with confirmed RAAC (reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete).