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A Norfolk school has lifted a ban on children entering a Sainsbury’s store after just four days.

Science has never looked like so much fun.


A promising batch of scientists of the future have been discovered at a Norfolk school. 
Reception, year one and year two pupils at Brancaster School have been digging into their science lessons with even greater ferocity thanks to twelve lab coats which help them “feel the part”.

A school headteacher has defended a decision to co-operate with a supermarket on banning children from its store, after criticism on social media.

North Walsham High School

A school in north Norfolk has celebrated a clutch of awards, including one which ranks it in the top 10pc of schools nationally.


Every child and parent remembers a battle of some sort over school shoes; whether it was style versus substance or finding a pair that abided by uniform regulations.

A Norfolk high school has been told its A-level results put it in the top 1pc of schools nationally.

A “hands-on” experience with animals, crops and technology brought more than 160 schoolchildren to the Norfolk Showground to learn about the Science of Farming.

A troupe of dancing skeletons and the 1980s pop duo Black Lace were among the more unusual characters featured in a production of the classic musical Oliver!, staged by Year 4 pupils at Cromer Junior School.

Cromer Junior School

A group of people have been sleeping under the stars, inside a sports hall, and in their own back gardens to raise awareness of youth homelessness.

Cromer Academy

Gruffalos galore, a collection of cats in hats and a whole row of Rotten Romans were among the characters taking part in a World Book Day (WBD) celebration held at Sheringham Primary School.

The achievements of some of the county’s apprentices were celebrated as nine worthy winners were recognised with awards.

Norfolk County Council

The Chinese New Year was celebrated in style at Millfield Primary School in North Walsham.

North Walsham

The catering team at Cromer Academy have come out on top in a regional awards ceremony, beating off competition from 230 other employees.

Cromer Academy

A pupil of Gresham’s School in Holt has been rewarded with a special certificate to mark his skill in speaking from the Book of Common Prayer.

Gresham's School

Valuable safety lessons will be taught to Norfolk’s primary school children as part of a series of interactive workshops which are touring the county.

Curious children are probing the night skies above Norfolk with crystal clear views thanks to a £2,500 donation from a house building company.

An “inspirational” academy principal has said he is “bereft” to be leaving his Norfolk school to begin a new chapter elsewhere in the country.

More than 430 schools across the region will remain closed today (Friday) due to poor weather conditions.

Beast from the East

Hundreds of schools in Norfolk and Suffolk remain closed today (Thursday) following fresh weather warnings across the country.

City College Norwich

Ofsted inspectors have praised Sheringham Primary School for its “outward looking learning environment”, in a report giving the Cooper Road setting an across-the-board ‘good’ rating.

Sheringham Primary School

As the curtain continues to rise on Norfolk’s community theatre scene, reporter Donna-Louise Bishop explores the reasons behind its enduring appeal.


Widespread snow has fallen across Norfolk and Waveney overnight. Here’s where you can find out here if your local school has been forced to close fully or partially.

Norfolk County Council

Education leaders in Norfolk can learn how schools are using a new programme to improve literacy skills among disadvantaged pupils at an open day organised through Oxford University Press.

A blog post written by one of the county’s leading educators referring to the millennial generation as “spoilt, entitled and molly-coddled” has gained a mixed reaction from readers.

Students from a Norfolk school uncovered historical treasures from their own lives when 
they opened time capsules buried three years ago.

A Norfolk head teacher has sparked outrage amongst former pupils after accusing the current generation of young adults of being “spoilt”, “molly-coddled” and “entitled”.


An infant school in north Norfolk is to begin the next academic year as a primary in a bid to offer parents greater choice.


Residential provision at a Norfolk special school - where children enjoy staying “immensely” - has been praised by a watchdog.

Children at a north Norfolk school have been left starstruck after two stars of the West End visited their rehearsal to help them jazz up an upcoming performance.

Aylsham High School

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