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Students and staff across north Norfolk are celebrating excellent A-level results.

A family-friendly cafe, community support base and space for more nursery school places are the latest plans revealed for a network of children's centres in Norfolk.

Youngsters from north Norfolk schools were sent out onto beaches to collect washed up plastics, as part of a national campaign to stop the problem.

A beautiful bench featuring a fox and an owl has been donated to a north Norfolk school in tribute to a former pupil.

Year 6 pupils at Cromer Junior School topped off their last year in primary education in style, by staging an all-singing, all-dancing production based on the TV talent show The X-Factor.

A school in north Norfolk gave its children £50 and asked them to make the biggest profit possible.

An appeal to open a cookery classroom for pupils at Sheringham Primary School is a step closer to its target, thanks to a summer fair which raised nearly £3,000.

Reported snags in a school's new fingerprint-scanning system have led to claims children have been going hungry at lunchtimes.

Parents and local people have praised plans for a new education centre at a Norfolk school, funded by an £18.75m donation from Sir James Dyson.

Gresham's School

While many of us might struggle to remember what we had for breakfast, one north Norfolk schoolboy has committed an impressive amount of numbers to memory.

An education trust teaching vulnerable and excluded pupils across Norfolk is finally seeing a change in fortune after a period in which it was criticised by inspectors and rocked by financial problems.

Three Norfolk schools have scooped up £1,000 in LEGO Education resources after a four-month-long competition.

As the latest member of the North Norfolk Academy Trust (NNAT), Cromer Junior School is set to embark on an "exciting adventure", according to head teacher Whil de Neve.

A Cromer school has received £16,000 of funding to spend a year celebrating science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).

Cromer

Nearly 300 pupils at Sheringham Primary School swapped mum and dad's taxi for pedal power, when they rode their bikes and scooters to school to celebrate the Great British Cycling Festival.

A school is opening its doors for a free day of celebrations as it marks its 70th anniversary.

Cromer

A special school perched close to the site of a recent cliff fall plans to build a new vocational studies workshop.

A partnership between two Norfolk colleges has got the thumbs-up from inspectors before the larger of the two embarks on another merger.

A north Norfolk school perched close to the site of a recent landfall has had a survey carried out by drone to assess how stable their land is.

His inventions are many and varied, but it is the vacuum cleaner with which Sir James Dyson has always been most closely associated.

Education at Gresham's School in Holt is set to be revolutionised by a £18.75 million donation from former pupil and billionaire inventor, Sir James Dyson.

Pupils at a north Norfolk school are being encouraged to reach for the sky following the official opening of their new learning bus.

A north Norfolk school that is located close to the site of recent cliff falls has taken action to ensure its pupils remain safe.

A north Norfolk school has improved its Ofsted rating from requires improvement to good.

A group of weary students and teachers arrived back from a school trip to south-western France about 22 hours late, after their coach broke down.

North Walsham

A group of students whose return from a school trip to France was delayed for more than 15 hours because their coach broke down have made it home.

North Walsham

A Norfolk school is introducing a new initiative to persuade more female students to take part in sport and physical activity.

Children at a north Norfolk school are now being taught in a new state-of-the-art classroom, which cost about £70,000.

Rural schools in Norfolk are struggling to make ends meet as fluctuations in pupils numbers make long-term budgeting increasingly difficult.

Schools across East Anglia have just two days left to submit their LEGO token totals to be in with a chance of winning up to £1,000 worth of LEGO vouchers.

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