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Friday, August 28, 2015
Lynn Grove Academy

A school’s new logo has been causing amusement among its teenage pupils after they spotted its resemblance to a man’s private parts.

Diss High School GCSE students get their results. Kirsty Firth and Annie Murton can't believe how well they have done.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

GCSE results in Norfolk and Suffolk have improved in a year which saw wide variations between schools and districts.

Norfolk County Council
Students from Flegg High School receiving their GCSE results.

Picture: James Bass

Schools across the borough were celebrating as GCSE results showed a positive hike across the east coast.

Lynn Grove Academy

GCSE results across Norfolk

Thursday, August 20, 2015
Students are collecting their GCSE results today.

GCSE results from schools across the region as they come in.

Stalham High School headteacher Amy Webb.   Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

The new headteacher of Stalham High School is “extremely proud” of the achievement of its GCSE pupils this year.

East Norfolk Sixth Form A-level results 2015. Students celebrate their success, including Matthew Wigmore (front left) and James Kershaw (back left)

Scores of students were up early this morning to eagerly rip open their A-level results at East Norfolk Sixth Form College.

Cambridge
Loans could be offered to attract teachers to the region

Interest-free loans could be used to encourage more teachers to move to Norfolk, as a campaign to tackle the county’s recruitment crisis moves into its next stage.

United Kingdom
Headteacher Brendan McCarney is retiring after 15 years at Caister Infant school.

A head teacher who has spent his life in education is retiring to enjoy time with his family.

Ireland
Yolanda Botham, principal at Lowestoft Sixth Form College, one of the colleges looking at the new arangement.

Five coastal colleges facing a reduction in funding because of declining student numbers should consider joining forces to create a “single unit” to ensure they can survive long-term, a government review has said.

Great Yarmouth College
Jayne Biggs, right, who is campaigning for more defibrillators in the community, her daughter Violet, centre, who suffered a cardiac arrest two years ago, and Ryan Freeman, left, headteacher at Homefield Primary school who have just installed their own defibrillator.

A primary school has raised enough money to purchase easy-to-use lifesaving equipment, giving those who could suffer a cardiac arrest the best chance at survival.

Bradwell
Caister Junior School millenium time capsules in storage

A Caister school is keeping its promise to hold a school reunion and dig up millennium memories made 15 years ago.

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Jonnie Bayfield has won £30,000 from the Sky Arts Scholarship. Picture: Submitted

An actor, writer and comedian has won a scholarship to complete a coming-of-age novel set in his childhood Norfolk town.

East Norfolk Sixth Form College
Acle Academy formerly Acle High School.

Picture: James Bass

A high school academy has announced it is hoping to join a local multi-academy trust to achieve higher standards.

Acle Academy
The launch of the East of England Teach First Summer Institute at the Ormiston Venture Academy.
Listening to the speakers.

Picture: James Bass

Dozens of high-flying graduates will be sent to train as teachers in some of our poorest communities in an effort to break the link between family income and a child’s performance at school.

Lynn Grove Academy
School leavers day at Stalham High School where traditionally students turn up in a variety of weir and wonderful forms of transport and costumes. Pictured is Siobhan Jeans and Rebecca Carter

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

School’s out for the Class of 2015 at Stalham High, and the year 11 leavers made quite an entrance on their final day.

Great Yarmouth College
Edward Worlledge gold award. Front row: Year 6 pupils Maneeb Humair, 11, Haydn Page, 10, and Emily Jowett, 11 with Linda Dickeson, Graham Lodge, headteacher Dawn Knightley and year six teacher James Smith.

From mock battles on the playing field to searching for mysterious creatures in the undergrowth; pupils at a Great Yarmouth primary school have been leaving the classroom to boost their curriculum.

Norfolk County Council
Sutton CofE Infant School celebrates it's 40th anniversary with the Bishop of Thetford Alan Winton leading a special assembly and ex staff returning to tour the school.

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Pupils, parents and staff at a small north Norfolk school are celebrating another big June milestone.

Craig Avieson. Picture: submitted

Parents say they have been reassured about the future of Cobholm’s primary school after meeting with the headteacher - and are now focused on taking positive steps forward.

Inspiration Trust
Youngsters from Southtown Primary School made a film about the life and times of Sir James Paget. The film is having its premiere at St Georges Theatre as part of the Great Yarmouth Arts Festival.
Year 3 pupils at the premiere.

Picture: James Bass

Pupils from a Great Yarmouth school were glued to the big screen this week when a film they made had its premiere.

Sutton Infant School has received a Good Ofsted report. Pupils enjoying the sunshine.  Picture: James Bass

Staff and children at Sutton Infant School are celebrating an improved result in their Ofsted rankings.

Lynn Grove High School, Gorleston.

Ofsted has published a draft report for a Norfolk school on its website, despite having written the phrase “not for disclosure or publication” across each of its 10 pages.

Lynn Grove Academy
Great Yarmouth High School.
December 2013.

Picture: James Bass

Great Yarmouth High School could become the second high school to join Norfolk’s fastest growing chain of academies.

Inspiration Trust
Luke Welch with the logo he has turned into a school badge for pupils at a Gorleston primary and nursery school which is being re-branded.

A new nurturing logo is helping to usher in a new era at a soon-to-be renamed primary and nursery school in Gorleston.

East Norfolk Sixth Form College

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