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'Money grabbing' travel firm under fire over West Norfolk students' Kenya trip stalemate

'Money grabbing' travel firm under fire over West Norfolk students' Kenya trip stalemate

'Money grabbing' travel firm under fire over West Norfolk students' Kenya trip stalemate

A school headteacher says he has been 'frustrated' by the operator's stance, though it insists it's 'sympathetic' to the uncertainty.


Regional education chiefs set to consider King's Lynn school transfer proposal

Regional education chiefs set to consider King's Lynn school transfer proposal

Regional education chiefs set to consider King's Lynn school transfer proposal

A controversial primary school merger plan is also on the agenda for the session next week.


King's Lynn school set for Inspiration transfer

King's Lynn school set for Inspiration transfer

King's Lynn school set for Inspiration transfer

School leaders say the prospective switch is 'exciting' for students and the wider community.


Middleton Primary Academy sends out a 'garden SOS'

Middleton Primary Academy sends out a 'garden SOS'

Middleton Primary Academy sends out a 'garden SOS'

Pupils want help to grow their garden project.


Parish council lays down challenge over plan to shut West Norfolk village school

Parish council lays down challenge over plan to shut West Norfolk village school

Parish council lays down challenge over plan to shut West Norfolk village school

Community leaders claim they can attract more pupils to a school at the centre of a contentious merger, despite projections numbers will keep falling.


West Norfolk pupils get back into the swing of music

West Norfolk pupils get back into the swing of music

West Norfolk pupils get back into the swing of music

Schools will soon echo with the sound of music again.


Masterclasses planned by Springwood High School

Masterclasses planned by Springwood High School

Masterclasses planned by Springwood High School

The programme aims to help A level students plan their future.


Norfolk Libraries appoints new head

Norfolk Libraries appoints new head

Norfolk Libraries appoints new head

The new head of Norfolk Libraries believes the county's libraries "will play a key role in Norfolk’s recovery from the pandemic".


West Norfolk MP and council leader welcome decision over CITB Bircham Newton

West Norfolk MP and council leader welcome decision over CITB Bircham Newton

West Norfolk MP and council leader welcome decision over CITB Bircham Newton

The decision to keep training in-house at CITB Bircham Newton was welcomed by West Norfolk leaders after previous plans to axe over 100 jobs.


£25,000 grant supplies 20 West Norfolk schools with laptops

£25,000 grant supplies 20 West Norfolk schools with laptops

£25,000 grant supplies 20 West Norfolk schools with laptops

Youngsters at 20 primary schools across West Norfolk have received 121 laptops to aid home learning during the pandemic.


Union welcomes U-turn on plans to sell college at Bircham Newton

Union welcomes U-turn on plans to sell college at Bircham Newton

Union welcomes U-turn on plans to sell college at Bircham Newton

Construction union, Unite, has welcomed the U-turn on plans to sell the CITB construction college at Bircham Newton to a new education provider.


Laptops donated to two West Norfolk schools

Laptops donated to two West Norfolk schools

Laptops donated to two West Norfolk schools

Youngsters at two West Norfolk schools received a donation of laptops after Lady Howard of Castle Rising helped a security firm's charitable fund.


CITB Bircham Newton to keep training in-house

CITB Bircham Newton to keep training in-house

CITB Bircham Newton to keep training in-house

CITB have confirmed training is to remain in-house after Bircham Newton's construction college was forced to suspend training due to the pandemic.


Heacham pupils turn reading into an extreme sport

Heacham pupils turn reading into an extreme sport

Heacham pupils turn reading into an extreme sport

An extreme reading challenge has inspired youngsters at two Heacham schools to unleash their inner bookworm in some very unusual places.


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