Students got to experience rural careers on a coastal estate during a special visit.
A school girl has lost eight inches of her hair to give a massive funding boost to a children’s charity.
A school targeted by lead-thieves has praised the rallying response of the community.
A new era has begun at a Martham school, with a new name, new sponsor and new academy trust membership.
Our borough is being battered by the high winds this morning with schools closing, trees falling onto roads and trains being cancelled.
A high school is counting the costs of being hit not once, but twice, by vandals since the beginning of the Christmas holidays.
A high school has announced the appointment of an interim principal who will help steer it into joining an academies trust.
Bus users in Martham are being assured that a shelter in an exposed spot will be replaced.
A sixth form college has welcomed the appointment of a new deputy principal who will focus on making students outstanding learners.
A headteacher is heading to pastures new as he prepares to lead his high school into an academy trust.
Ormiston Venture Academy’s Under 14’s netball team took part in the Norfolk county trials and became the first team from the Academy to reach the semi-finals of the competition.
Students at Flegg High School are helping to spread Christmas cheer at their festive market.
Acle United were dumped out of the Norfolk Senior Cup after suffering a 2-1 home defeat at the hands of Wymondham Town.
One of Norfolk’s only stand-alone academies is preparing to join a national academy chain in the early part of next year.
Students were jumping for joy across Great Yarmouth as they received their GCSE results.
Norfolk-raised professional footballer Vaila Barsley has been named in the Scotland squad for the Uefa Women’s European Championship.
A teenager from Runham has established herself as a major name in the male-dominated world of motorsport.
A rural high school is hoping a farmers’ market will be a sweet success thanks to a welcome donation.
Football fans are being given the chance to put themselves to the test at a different pace for a good cause next month.
A burst water main has forced two schools in Martham to close their doors for the day.
Students at Flegg High School are rolling up their sleeves to make chutney and various breads ahead of their next farmers’ market.
Early bird bargain hunters were ready to rummage an hour before doors opened at Flegg High School’s first jumble sale.
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