Sunday, January 18, 2015

Parents have expressed concern after the deputy head teacher of a Bradwell primary school suddenly left his post.

Clara Jackson's winning picture of a sunset at Burgh Castle wowed the Broads Society judges

A creative teenager had scooped the top prize in an annual photography competition for her innovative shot of a sunset over the Broads.

Dame Rachel de Souza, chief executive of the Inspiration Trust.

The review of an investigation into allegations three Norfolk schools received advance notice of inspection dates will report later than previously expected, it has emerged.

East Norfolk College awards, class of 2014

More than 400 former students and their parents packed St Andrew’s Church in Gorleston for the East Norfolk Sixth Form College Certificate Presentation and Awards Evening.

Ormiston Venture Academy, Gorleston.

Ormiston Venture Academy in Gorleston is holding its Christmas Fayre today and in exchange for donations of food or other items for those in need in the area, pupils were allowed to wear their Christmas Jumpers.

Little Explorers Nursery which has opened at Fleggburgh Primary School. Owner Gillian Lee and MP Brandon Lewis with youngsters Jaxon Cousins and Taylor Mitchell.  Picture: James Bass

A mum who turned her fortunes around after facing redundancy is celebrating after opening her own nursery in Fleggburgh.

Lynn Grove High School, Gorleston.

A Gorleston teacher who attracted national attention after he banned the word “banter” from his class, saying it encouraged bullying, has left his post.

Stradbroke Primary School, Gorleston

An east Norfolk school on the cusp of becoming an academy has been told it is starting to turn itself around.

One of the earliest pictures in the Flegg archive shows youngsters in the art room engaged in their task the girls apparently not wearing ties.

A rural Norfolk high school founded 50 years ago is marking its golden milestone with a celebration open day today, Saturday.

A tutor at Great Yarmouth College is helping students reach for Norfolk’s big skies following an investment in over £60k in new media film and computer equipment.

An inspection looking at the quality of leadership within a church school, the quality of collective worship and finally the Christian character of the school has handed Homefield and

A Bradwell school is “thrilled and delighted” after being judged as outstanding by church school inspectors.

Lynn Grove High School, Gorleston.

A Norfolk teacher has banned the word “banter” from his classes, saying it is used to excuse bullying.

The former Claydon school site  has been sold to a mystery developer, 13 years after the buildiings were cleared. The area already has planning permission for 110 homes and nearby residents will be keen to see the detailed plans as they are brought forward.

The sale of a large slice of land in Gorleston is set to re-trigger controversy as a plan for 110 homes is revived.

Naomi Palmer, principal of Ormiston Victory Academy.

Two of Norfolk’s highest-flying academies have seen their GCSE results crash to earth in a year which saw the government toughen up league table rules.

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Saturday, January 24, 2015
The new sign that detects motorists using their mobile phone. Photo : Steve Adams

Norfolk and Suffolk Police are starting a joint week-long crackdown on motorists who use phones while at the wheel.

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Saturday, January 24, 2015

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Saturday, January 24, 2015
The public loos in Scratby

Budget pressures look set to pull the chain on more than half the public toilets across Great Yarmouth.

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Friday, January 23, 2015
Shannley Leaver

The devastated father of a 15-year-old Gorleston girl killed in a head-on collision on the A12 has urged young people not to drive “like idiots”.

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Thursday, November 6, 2014
Brian Potter after being made an MBE

Tributes have poured in for the man whose belief that “delivering happiness was his job” helped build his family company into one of Norfolk’s largest holiday businesses.

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