Year 9 students at Thomas Gainsborough School were praised for working with partners on the development of the Sudbury Silk Stories project.
West Suffolk College's learning centre in Sudbury staged a leaving party on Monday afternoon, to give a big send-off to 83-year-old Hazel Fisher.
Francesca Perkins-Taylor secured a £3,600 Educational Award from the Fraternal Board of National Friendly Society at Oddfellows.
Sprinter Luke Lennon-Ford hosted the sessions run by Sports for Champions UK – a scheme designed to motivate young people to live a healthy lifestyle.
Every December, Hartest farmers’ market chooses a local cause to donate its annual proceeds to.
The withdrawal of staff restructuring proposals at an academy chain, which includes Ormiston Sudbury Academy, has been welcomed by trade unionists.
Thomas Gainsborough School was named the Secondary School of the Year in the 2019 Suffolk Sports Awards, organised by Active Suffolk.
During a lively debate televised on ITV on Monday, sixth form students quizzed four parliamentary candidates on their political party’s manifestos.
Headteacher Daniel Woodrow said the aim of the school election is to teach children more about the country’s political processes and democracy.
During the workshop on Tuesday, children were tasked with challenges that explored the benefits of exercise, while boosting communication skills.
A series of badges have been awarded to students who have demonstrated exceptional high standards.
Pupils took part in a live streamed fitness session of the BBC’s Big Morning Move led by celebrity body coach Joe Wicks.
Ten-year-old Emily Oddie, a pupil at St Gregory’s Primary School, was crowned the overall winner of the competition.
A recycling scheme with a difference has been launched at Woodhall Primary School in a bid to increase activity – and awareness – in the playground.