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Gresham’s Girls have recorded a second single, a cover version of the Depeche Mode song, Enjoy the Silence, to help raise money for school charities.

Dozens of students from across Norfolk channelled the festive spirit at a Christmas service.

The principal of newly-merged colleges in Norfolk has said one would have been unlikely to survive without the process.

Sheep, cows and donkeys were among the characters in a nativity play staged for parents and friends by youngsters at Ladybird Pre-School Nursery, Sheringham.


North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb told a classroom of children at Erpingham Primary School that his job was “never boring”.


A north Norfolk school has new double-glazed windows and doors worth £12,000 at its new outdoor learning centre, thanks to a donation from Anglian Home Improvements.


Sheringham students once again travelled across Europe to take part in Robotex, the continent’s biggest robotics festival.


Holt Primary School celebrated gaining a prestigious Artsmark Gold award, by holding a ‘golden’ afternoon creating hand made Christmas tree decorations.

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A high school in Norfolk is driving forward its extra-curricular focus with a scheme it hopes will inspire every pupil to take up an activity.

Cromer Junior School pupils had a licensed to thrill, when they delighted audiences of parents and friends with a production of a James Bond spoof entitled Christmas is Forever.

Cromer Junior School

One principal bowed out as another was welcomed on board at an opening day marking the merger of two well-respected colleges.

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With the countdown to Christmas now underway, schools in Norfolk are hoping to use the festive period to support those in need.

Fairytale homes, shops, log cabins, football stadiums and enchanted castles have been created by children in Hoveton in a competition called Gingerbread Go.


A proposed merger of two colleges in Norfolk is to go ahead on December 1 - with one principal set to step down.

Norman Lamb

Children at Sheringham Primary School have a rather unusual pair of ‘classroom assistants’ helping with outdoor learning activities – in the shape of a duck called Sheldon and her best pal Lenny the chicken.

Sheringham Primary School

Good rating and new pre-school make two reasons to celebrate at Hickling C of E VC Infant School

Children at a North Walsham school have been learning how their differences should be celebrated, as they mark National Anti-Bullying Week.

Children have bounced their way towards a better library thanks to 12 hours of hard work at a Blakeney school.

In a week of stories putting the spotlight on Cromer, education correspondent Lauren Cope talks to headteachers about the ongoing work at its schools.

A north Norfolk primary school is one of the first to take part in the Prince William Award programme, which helps build character and confidence.

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Youngsters at Cromer Junior School have filled 80 shoe boxes with toys, books and toiletries for the annual Operation Christmas Child appeal run by Christian charity Samaritan’s Purse.

Cromer Junior School

A West Runton student has been named as a finalist in the Association of Colleges’ national Student of the Year awards.


Biscuits and chocolate are out and apples and carrots are in. That was the message given to young children at a north Norfolk school, as obesity rates and inactivity levels among youngsters reach epic proportions.

Norman Lamb

Charities in the region have warned that bullying is leaving more young people with serious mental health issues, as figures point to a steep rise in cyber abuse.

Pupils at a north Norfolk school created a poignant tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice during the First World War.


It is the biggest academy trust in Norfolk, having grown to 30 schools in its four years. Lauren Cope talks to the outgoing and new chief executives at the Diocese of Norwich Education and Academies Trust (DNEAT), as it turns a new page.

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As a child and young adult, Andrea Bell struggled to concentrate, remember things and always felt like she was never quite good enough.

A row has broken out on social media after a Norfolk pre-school was forced to close because not enough parents and carers attended its annual general meeting, as per its constitution.


The newest name to preside over academies in the east has visited a Norfolk school to learn from its strong results.

Having the skills and confidence to react in the event of a medical emergency can be a matter of life or death.

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