Pupils from Churchill Park Academy placed wooden soldiers at St Faith’s Church in Gaywood on Friday to commemorate the centenary of the end of WWI.
A secondary school is out of special measures, after its latest Ofsted inspection has seen its rating go from 'inadequate' to 'requires improvement'.
Pumpkin carving skills prove so good that extra prizes are handed out
School leaders plan clear the air talks with angry parents
Officials spent £100,000 challenging an earlier inspection report which deemed the school to be 'inadequate'
A Norfolk MP has returned to her old school to present awards at its annual prizegiving.
Union leaders have voiced concerns about assessment criteria which they claim are damaging to schools and students
Pupils at Downham Market Academy were thrilled to play host to the famous theatre company Complicité, donning all black to take part in workshops.
Writer 'overwhelmed' by welcome
36% of West Norfolk's primary school children are too fat
More than 150 high school students visited College of West Anglia (CWA) to learn how to prepare different types of fish.
A Lynn parent has spoken of his concern after his son walked almost a mile home with a broken leg following a school football match.