Saturday, June 15, 2019

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.

Pupils at a north Norfolk high school have celebrated winning the chance to compete in an international robotics festival.

Two generations of schoolchildren have learned how to keep safe on the roads by enjoying Olly Day's magic safety shows.

A new specialist independent school in north Norfolk has been found to require improvement at an inspection just six months after opening its doors last year.

A new pre-school has opened at Bacton Primary in north Norfolk.

A north Norfolk teacher has said she is overwhelmed by the offers of help she received with plans for a building project in tribute to a former student who took his own life.

The mother of a University of East Anglia student who took his own life just three weeks into his degree has said student support services need to be more accessible.

Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, sent a letter to a Norfolk school praising them for raising awareness about endangered wildlife.

North Walsham

A headteacher turned author has had his creative talents recognised by a society commemorating one of his favourite writers.

A north Norfolk primary school which was rated in the top one per cent nationally for reading and writing in 2016 has retained its good rating from Ofsted.

A poignant trip to Ypres for Norfolk students to appreciate the horrors of the First World War has been cancelled due to uncertainty over Brexit.

A Norfolk school is on the hunt for old photographs and uniforms ahead of its 70th anniversary celebrations.


An award-winning Norfolk youth project has gone "back to the future" and is being run by its home town once more.


A sea cadet force based on the north Norfolk coast has teamed up with its local high school to boost pupil involvement in activities such as first aid, sailing, and powerboating.

Pupils at Cromer Junior School have celebrated the anniversary of a breakfast club launched five years ago to ensure youngsters get a healthy and happy start to the day.

Pupils braved the mud and elements in Gresham's School's first-ever 'Gritty Grasshopper' run, raising more than £3,700 for two charities, Farms for City Kids and the Lord's Taverners.

A former Norfolk head teacher is heading out to occupied Palestine, as part of a human rights mission which will see him support children and adults living under the threat of violence and intimidation.

Youngsters at Cromer Junior School are being given a chance to show off their culinary skills to their families, at a series of parent and child cookery sessions held in a new, £25,000 kitchen opened a few months ago by celebrity chef Galton Blackiston.

Budding young bakers at Sheringham High School served up treats ranging from scones to sausage rolls, at a 'Best of British' tea party they organised for staff and parents.

Nine secondary schools in Norfolk have more than one in five of their places for the new intake in September unfilled, figures reveal.

Hundreds of students from Cromer Academy have given the town and beach a sparkling spring clean.


Budding young performers at Cromer Junior School took an audience of staff and fellow pupils on a trip down the Yellow Brick Road, in a musical production of the classic L Frank Baum story, The Wizard of Oz.

Four student photographers have scooped honours at a national photographic competition.

Reepham High School

A schools community in north Norfolk is devising a plan of action to help disadvantaged children following revelations of the extent of pupil poverty in the county.

Cromer Academy

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