More than 800 children in Suffolk are being taught at home, including eight confirmed cases in one year of schools pressuring parents to home educate.
A Sudbury business, which specialises in education leadership, is part of a national scheme to encourage more women to take up top jobs in teaching.
A group of schoolchildren got a closer look at the ongoing work on a new housing development in Hadleigh.
Suffolk’s new school travel policy was branded as “a postcode lottery”, as some pupils miss out on free travel eligibility to their preferred school.
A public consultation on proposals to alter the opening hours at Lavenham Library, due to minor changes in staffing patterns, has been launched.
A significant refurbishment of Clare Library, aimed at improving the facility’s offerings for youngsters, will commence next month.
South Suffolk MP James Cartlidge put himself in the firing line when he was quizzed by children at Glemsford Primary Academy.
Whitehall says there are no plans to use intervention powers to improve Suffolk’s ailing special educational needs and disabilities service (SEND).
A new book, which aims to give fresh insight into life in Long Melford during the First World War, is now available from the village library.
Calls have been made by education champions in Suffolk to bring poorly performing academies back under council control.
Plans to borrow millions of pounds to create new specialist education places for children has been given the green light by council leaders.
Runners taking part in a fundraising event in Nayland will have a chance to win a medal created by a school pupil, after a recent design competition.
Thomas Gainsborough School has been awarded the highest accolade by the Arts Council of England.
A school reunion landmark is being hosted in Sudbury for former students turning 80 this year.