After being allowed to proceed as essential work, Sudbury-based Cooper and Kelling Builders pressed on to finish the project for the new school year.
Hundreds of parents face uncertainty over how their children will get to school, as spare seats on school buses cannot currently be offered to them.
Roy Saunders, a resident of Glemsford since 2004, lost his battle with pulmonary fibrosis at West Suffolk Hospital on June 29. He was 78 years old.
The outdoor nursery is seeking children aged two to four years old to join its outdoor learning sessions, which will commence in Clare this September.
Alex Mos, 12, explored the topic before writing a 500-word, in-depth essay for a maths school project, which he completed while working from home.
The festival was set to take place in October, but has now been turned into a digital offering, called Bookworms’ Bonanza, which begins on Monday.
Issues like home schooling, special educational needs and school transport have prompted calls for a new council committee to drill into the issues.
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.
Gareth Lloyd acknowledged it is an unusual time, having moved into the leadership role earlier this month, but he is excited by the opportunity.
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.
Youngsters made the first step towards resuming classroom education this week – but schools say it will be some time before things return to normal.
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.
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.
Suffolk County Council is moving ahead with its plans to open schools for more children.
At the forefront of the endeavours by staff at Stour Valley Community School is design technology teacher Dan Stephens.
No sharing of toys or materials, supervised handwashing and no end-of-term traditions all feature in the latest guidelines for primary schools.