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Yesterday, 13:55

The behaviour of a teacher who had inappropriate relationships with pupils and was banned from the classroom was never reported to the police, it has emerged.

Staff and pupils are celebrating after a north Norfolk school went from an inadequate Ofsted rating three-and-a half years ago to good.

Twenty-five scholarships worth £500 were awarded to students at Paston College that had achieved extremely high standards in their summer GCSE exams.

North Walsham

Ninety children from a north Norfolk school visited the Green Britain Centre in Swaffham, as part of their eco week.

Aylsham

Two north Norfolk primary school teachers will be jetting off to Ghana this week, to kickstart a partnership that will see pupils and staff work on a joint project aimed at fostering creativity, critical thinking and collaboration.

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It’s not your run-of-the-mill nursery - toys are made by the children themselves and the outdoors, rustic smell is strangely enticing.

Aylsham

Students at seven north Norfolk schools had a chance to find out where the potatoes that make their mash, chips and roasties come from, as part of a project run by Solana Seeds UK with the help of forces charity Walking with the Wounded.

Norwich

A Norfolk independent school says it did all it could to safeguard pupils despite providing a “chronology of child protection concerns” about a former teacher who has now been banned from the classroom.

Students had the chance to quiz best-selling American author Michael Grant when he dropped into North Walsham High School (NWHS) as part of a promotional tour for his new novel, Monster.

North Walsham

Staff and youngsters at a nursery set up more than 30 years ago in a parent’s living room are celebrating, after the setting gained its second consecutive ‘outstanding’ Ofsted rating.

Projects to inspire a love of maths in girls in Norfolk and Suffolk and improve outcomes for disadvantaged pupils have been granted almost £1m in government cash.

Cromer library will be transformed into a ‘fun palace’ on October 5, as part of a international scheme aimed at celebrating science, culture and the arts.

Hundreds of hardy youngsters in typical cross-country weather battled it out for top spots in an annual event at Gresham’s School in Holt.

When a headteacher at a rural north Norfolk school took the brave decision to ban mobile phones in the classroom he never expected a French TV crew to be interviewing pupils soon afterwards.

Aylsham

An outdoor nursery in north Norfolk - one of the first in Britain - has been crowned the best in the country at an awards ceremony.

United Kingdom

Two Norfolk colleges could be merged by Christmas, despite a consultation into the move showing mixed reaction.

A bright bunch of North Walsham students have celebrated their time at a historic Norfolk college with a special graduation.

Sixth Form College

Hundreds of young bookworms celebrated completing the annual Norfolk Library and Information Service Summer Reading Challenge, at awards ceremonies held at five north Norfolk libraries.

Judy Oliver

Children at the Pilgrim Federation of primary schools in north Norfolk have a lot of activities to look forward to this year, including a live radio broadcast.

Holt

A teenager is looking forward to raising lots of money for charity in her role as the student president of Paston Sixth Form College in North Walsham.

North Walsham

A Norfolk MP has criticised a proposed merger between colleges in Norwich and North Walsham - describing it as a “crying shame”.

Academy chains which run schools in Norfolk and Waveney were given more than £1.5m last year to grow and improve performance.

A new website ranking schools on working conditions for their employees has been set up in a bid to better inform teachers.

Staff and youngsters at a North Walsham children’s holiday, breakfast and after school club are jumping for joy, after Ofsted inspectors rated the facility oustanding in all areas.

Benjamin Foundation

A performing arts teacher from Wells is adapting a beloved children’s book set in North Norfolk into a musical to be performed by local school kids.

North Walsham High School

Thousands of students in Norfolk and Waveney will today know more about their next steps as they receive their GCSE results.

Tomorrow, thousands of teenagers will open their GCSE results after months of revision. Lauren Cope looks at what we should be watching out for as results come in.

Hundreds of students in Norfolk and Waveney nervously awaiting results will today discover how they fared in their A-levels.

Students are celebrating at Sheringham High School after it recorded a 70pc pass rate at A*-C grades in its A-Level results.

Sheringham

Hundreds of students across Norfolk and Suffolk nervously awaiting results will soon discover how they fared in their A-levels.

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