Docking pupils hare-ing around for hidden stones

Docking Primary and Nursery School pupils will be hare-ing around the village over the course of the next two weeks searching out more than one hundred cleverly hidden stones.

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Peele head teacher Jane Moody with photos of the opening ceremony in 1959, on display in the college reception. Photo: Tim Wilson (SG140917-217TW).

Can you help Peele mark its 60-year milestone?

Long Sutton’s Peele Community College celebrates its 60th year anniversary next year and staff are asking for help in coming up with ideas to mark the landmark occasion.

Family fun day at Marshland Resource Centre in West Lynn

West Lynn resource centre holds landmark open day

A short -breaks centre in West Lynn offering care which has received six outstanding Ofsted judgments is celebrating its 21st birthday.

Fakenham Academy Norfolk, Principal Matthew Parr-Burman

Headteacher announces farewell to Fakenham

The principal of Fakenham Academy has announced he will leave the school at the end of this year.

The first day of school for the new King's Lynn Academy (formerly Park High).

King’s Lynn school in special measures is on the right path

A Lynn secondary school is taking effective action towards its removal from special measures, according to Ofsted inspectors.

Nelson Academy Downham Market and Costa Coffee from the Next Store on the Hardwick Ind Estate King's Lynn celebrate Reading Week.
Front LtoR, Natalie Burton (Costa Manager), Andrew Roseblade (Costa Assistant Manager) and (Nelson Academy Principal Sarah Wilson) with pupils at the presentation of the Costa reading books.

Downham Market school receives free book delivery from coffee shop

Youngsters at a school in Downham received a special delivery from a Lynn business last week to help with their literature skills.

Roald Dahl celebration launches Downham school’s new learning plan

Roald Dahl celebration launches Downham school’s new learning plan

Pupils and staff at the Hillcrest Primary School in Downham have been celebrating the life and work of one of Britain’s most famous authors.

Jon Green,  chief executive of Queen Elizabeth Hospital King's Lynn NHS Foundation Trust (centre) with Senior Healthcare Assistants starting a Nursing Apprenticeship.

King’s Lynn hospital welcomes first students on nursing apprenticeship scheme

The first recruits to a new NHS nursing apprenticeship programme have started work at Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

Residents from Ingoldisthorpe taking part in the #schoolrunrun in Dersingham. Photo: Jennifer Shah

Campaign to get parents on the move in King’s Lynn

Following the launch of a campaign to get parents and carers exercising, one group of residents have taken the challenge on.

Nelson Academy students and staff on a trip to The Light cinema in Wisbech. Photo: SUBMITTED.

Downham Market pupils earn school trip to the cinema

Students from a Downham school have been rewarded for their efforts during the summer term with a trip to the cinema.

Harpley Village Hall 40th Anniversary of the pre-school

40th anniversary celebrated in Harpley

Harpley Pre-school celebrated its 40th anniversary on Saturday, with face painting, bouncy castles and a fire engine visit.

GCSE Results at St Clement's High in Terrington St Clement.  Highest achieving girl and boy, Gabriel Clare and Martin Warner.

GCSE RESULTS 2017: Students ‘meet challenge of new courses’ at St Clement’s High School

All the hard work has paid off for pupils in Terrington St Clement who are celebrating after receiving their GCSE results this morning.

Melissa Tham, Alicia Backham, Lottie Davies

GCSE RESULTS 2017: Year 11 students celebrate GCSE result success

As thousands of students across the country collect their GCSE results, officials at two West Norfolk schools are hailing this year a success.

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GCSE RESULTS 2017: Smithdon toasts the increase in GCSE results

Smithdon High School staff and students are celebrating “the best GCSE headline results ever,” with a 10 per cent increase on last year’s grades.

Pupils at Spingwood get their GCSE results on Thursday morning - From left, top students, Finnegan Furey-King, Lucy Harrington, Daniel Harvey, Caitlin Bug and Molly Paffett.

GCSE RESULTS 2017: School links bring success for West Norfolk students in new-style exams

Schools in West Norfolk are working more closely together than ever before to meet the challenges posed by the new-style GCSE exams, a senior education leader says.

Official Opening of the New University Centre at the College of West Anglia King's Lynn

Numbers at King’s Lynn university centre on the up

As national reports show the number of university applications has fallen from last year, one West Norfolk college is bucking the trend.

Josh Missin. Photo: SUBMITTED.

Major funding for state-of-the-art technology at Bircham Newton college

A major investment has been made into revolutionary technology at a college in West Norfolk.

The current sportshall on the site at The Nicholas Hamond Academy Swaffham, this is shared with the general public as a sports centre.

Swaffham councillor calls for clubs to work together on improved sports facilities

Sporting organisations in Swaffham should join forces to help develop a new, comprehensive facility for the town, a councillor has claimed.

KES A-levels 2017. From left: Andrea Chua, Eleanor Glynn, Kayleigh Venables.

A-LEVELS 2017: King’s Lynn’s KES Academy pupils in high spirits after results

Sixth form students at KES Academy were celebrating yesterday after officials at the school said they were “really pleased” with their A-level results.

This land is the proposed site for a new primary school and nursery in Gayton, but objectors say the new plans are worse than before

New application submitted for Gayton school move

New plans to move a West Norfolk village’s primary school have been lodged, almost two years after the idea was first put forward.

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