The Suffolk School Bus Campaign said it is extremely disappointed and will continue to lobby for three key alterations to the controversial policy.
Pupils at Pot Kiln Primary School were asked the question: 'How can you respect the feelings of others if you do not respect your own feelings?'
Deputy head Katie Coburn said the award is a testament to the school’s philosophy of using music to help students build up skills across all subjects.
Youngsters at the pre-school have been unable to use large portions of the play area, after the surface became cracked and severely waterlogged.
Two teams of 10 Year 5 and 6 pupils from the school competed at Stour Valley Community School, as part of the Suffolk School Games.
If successful, the business study students' sub will be rolled out to 100 Subway stores in East Anglia and they will win £1,000 in Amazon vouchers.
Staff, students and the school community were left delighted by the recent report, which included an outstanding rating for personal development.
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.
Youngsters welcomed visitors to join in the festivities at their own Christmas fair.
Reuben Jones was voted in as the new PM for St Gregory Primary School, receiving 31 per cent of pupils’ votes, following a two-week election campaign.
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.