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Suffolk County Council faces fresh calls to form dedicated education scrutiny committee

Suffolk County Council faces fresh calls to form dedicated education scrutiny committee

Suffolk County Council faces fresh calls to form dedicated education scrutiny committee

Issues like home schooling, special educational needs and school transport have prompted calls for a new council committee to drill into the issues.


Long Melford consultancy helps pupils with wellbeing and personal development with digital support sessions

Long Melford consultancy helps pupils with wellbeing and personal development with digital support sessions

Long Melford consultancy helps pupils with wellbeing and personal development with digital support sessions

The company modified its programme to an online format, with a focus on helping parents and pupils deal with the stresses of life in lockdown.


New principal of Stoke College optimistic for school's future as coronavirus restrictions start to ease

New principal of Stoke College optimistic for school's future as coronavirus restrictions start to ease

New principal of Stoke College optimistic for school's future as coronavirus restrictions start to ease

Gareth Lloyd acknowledged it is an unusual time, having moved into the leadership role earlier this month, but he is excited by the opportunity.


Thomas Gainsborough School pupils support Step Up For Our NHS fundraiser

Thomas Gainsborough School pupils support Step Up For Our NHS fundraiser

Thomas Gainsborough School pupils support Step Up For Our NHS fundraiser

The school signed up to the fitness fundraiser, involving more than a dozen schools and almost 1,000 participants, in aid of NHS Charities Together.


Schools across Sudbury area praise resilience of pupils and staff as return to classroom education begins

Schools across Sudbury area praise resilience of pupils and staff as return to classroom education begins

Schools across Sudbury area praise resilience of pupils and staff as return to classroom education begins

Youngsters made the first step towards resuming classroom education this week – but schools say it will be some time before things return to normal.

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Tributes paid to Wells Hall Primary School headteacher Jim Cleaver

Tributes paid to Wells Hall Primary School headteacher Jim Cleaver

Tributes paid to Wells Hall Primary School headteacher Jim Cleaver

A statement released by the Great Cornard-based school today announced that Mr Cleaver died on Sunday, having spent the day at home with his family.


Government urged to reimburse Suffolk schools forced to fund free school meals during coronavirus crisis

Government urged to reimburse Suffolk schools forced to fund free school meals during coronavirus crisis

Government urged to reimburse Suffolk schools forced to fund free school meals during coronavirus crisis

Problems with a Government food voucher programme has left some schools putting in place their own free school meal schemes to ensure pupils were fed.


All we know about when children may be returning to school in Suffolk

All we know about when children may be returning to school in Suffolk

All we know about when children may be returning to school in Suffolk

Suffolk County Council is moving ahead with its plans to open schools for more children.


Clare schoolteachers answer call for PPE to keep front-line workers safe during coronavirus pandemic

Clare schoolteachers answer call for PPE to keep front-line workers safe during coronavirus pandemic

Clare schoolteachers answer call for PPE to keep front-line workers safe during coronavirus pandemic

At the forefront of the endeavours by staff at Stour Valley Community School is design technology teacher Dan Stephens.


First look at Government's guidelines for primary schools reopening

First look at Government's guidelines for primary schools reopening

First look at Government's guidelines for primary schools reopening

No sharing of toys or materials, supervised handwashing and no end-of-term traditions all feature in the latest guidelines for primary schools.


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