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Former Suffolk teacher publishes book about history of education

A former Suffolk teacher has published a book about the history of education in Great Barton.

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Aladdin sure to be another sell out

Tickets are selling fast for Ormiston Sudbury Academy’s next major production, Aladdin Jnr.

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Children at Tudor Primary School, Sudbury, get ready for their Epiphany parade. ANL-171101-135407001

Epiphany celebration

Tudor Primary School in Sudbury held its Epiphany celebration last week.

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Shakespeare opportunity for Suffolk students

Shakespeare opportunity for Suffolk students

Suffolk Schools are being invited to work with Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds on its 2017 Shakespeare Takeover Programme.

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Woodhall Primary School has joined the Haverhill-based Samuel Ward Academy Trust. ANL-170901-201805009

Woodhall to join academy trust

A headteacher has spoken of his delight after his Sudbury primary school officially joined a local academy trust.

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School fair raises £1K for local causes

After a count-up it has been announced a Georgian-themed Christmas Fair which united pupils from three schools raised more than £1,000.

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Suffolk primary school place application deadline looms

Suffolk primary school place application deadline looms

The deadline is fast approaching to apply for a Suffolk primary school place for the 2017/2018 school year.

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SUDBURY Nativity
St Peter's, Market Hill, Sudbury
Christmas Counts nativity by Tudor Primary School in Sudbury
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Tudor’s Nativity hailed ‘the best’

It was standing room only at St Peter’s on the Tuesday before Christmas as Tudor Primary School in Sudbury put on its Nativity ‘Christmas Counts’.

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Christmas Day Babies 

Pictured: Sophie and Phil Greenhalgh with layla and Michael (2) and Lewis (6) - from Sudbury ANL-161228-084042009

Layla arrives on Christmas day

Despite arriving on Christmas Day there was nothing but excitement from little Layla’s family including her two brothers when she was delivered at West Suffolk Hospital.

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Pupils at St Gregory School in Sudbury are very proud to have been involved in collecting and packing backpacks full of educational tools and gifts for children in Malawi as part of the Mary's Meal backpack
appeal.

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Sudbury students fill backpacks to help those in need in Africa

A Sudbury school has filled backpacks with educational items to help some of the world’s poorest children, as part of a Mary’s Meals campaign.

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SUDBURY Nativity dress rehearsal Woodpeckers Pre School
Our Lady & St John the Evangelist Catholic Church,The Croft
Humph the Camel
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Children sing their hearts out at nursery Nativity play with a twist

Humph the camel joined the original characters in the Christmas story for Woodpeckers Nursery’s Nativity last Thursday.

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Pupils at Ormiston Sudbury Academy help fill a car full of items to be donated to a Sudbury foodbank ahead of Christmas. ANL-161221-101700001

School supports town foodbank

Staff and pupils at a Sudbury school have been hard at work collecting donations to give to a local foodbank.

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Stour Valley Community School Christmas concert. ANL-161221-101723001

Christmas concert in Clare

Stour Valley Community School in Clare hosted its annual Christmas Concert on Wednesday, December 14.

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James Cartlidge MP with Rosemary Gray, the winner of his Christmas card competition. ANL-161220-130347001

MP chooses his card winner

A Sudbury schoolgirl has won South Suffolk MP James Cartlidge’s Christmas card competition.

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Proud parents at Acton Nativity

More than 40 children between the ages of two and four took part in Acton Playgroup’s ‘magical’ Nativity on Friday.

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Ministers are looking into making sex and relationships education compulsory for all secondary school pupils

Ministers consider mandatory porn lessons

Ministers are looking into making sex and relationships education compulsory in all schools, in a move that would see pupils learning about online pornography, sexting and the issue of sexual consent.

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Long Melford Parents unhappy with school
meet outisde Long Melford Primary School, Cordell Road, Long Melford

Parents are unhappy that their children have been dropped down a year because of large class sizes.
4 children have had to be moved down as there are too many year 4 pupils and now 3 of the parents have expressed their concerns abuot how it is affecting their children.
Parents Sarah Penny, Jane Brown and Natasha Bojko
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Long Melford parents claim children are ‘just repeating year’ in dispute

Parents say they feel their children are being failed after four pupils were dropped into a lower year in a village primary school in a bid to reduce class numbers.

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Bishop Martin Seeley discusses the winning Christmas card designed by Katie Dade, aged 10, and her mum Frances Kearn. Keith Mindham Photography ANL-161112-151512001

Kate’s winning card puts Jesus at the heart of message

A ten-year-old school pupil has won a prize for her award-winning design of a Christmas card that will be used across Suffolk this month.

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Woodhall Primary School were visited by former Young Archaeologist of the Year, James Dilley

Pictured: Michael Carter (7) and Olivia Smith (7) ANL-160512-161111009

A first-hand taster of early civilisation

Pupils at a Sudbury primary school were transformed back to the Stone Age after a visit from a former young archaeologist of the year. James Dilley spent Monday at Woodhall Community Primary School teaching Year 3 pupils about Stone Age life.

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Pot Kiln Primary School has been rated as good by Oftsed inspectors. ANL-160512-161444009

Turnaround as Great Cornard school rated ‘good’ by Ofsted

A Great Cornard school previously deemed to ‘require improvement’ has been rated good in all areas in its latest Ofsted inspection.

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