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West Norfolk schools group ready to re-open, but no final decision yet

West Norfolk schools group ready to re-open, but no final decision yet

West Norfolk schools group ready to re-open, but no final decision yet

Smaller classes and staggered arrival times are among the proposals, as officials insist safety is critical.


Supporting vulnerable young people continues during coronavirus through vital Downham Market project

Supporting vulnerable young people continues during coronavirus through vital Downham Market project

Supporting vulnerable young people continues during coronavirus through vital Downham Market project

Young people ranging from eight to 18-years-old can book one-to-one sessions if they are struggling during the pandemic and beyond.


'Virtual marathon' to raise funds for village schools and King's Lynn Foodbank

'Virtual marathon' to raise funds for village schools and King's Lynn Foodbank

'Virtual marathon' to raise funds for village schools and King's Lynn Foodbank

With the usual events being cancelled due to the pandemic, two West Norfolk village schools have teamed up to raise vital funds.


West Norfolk schools boss eyes partial June re-opening, but says he understands 'anxieties'

West Norfolk schools boss eyes partial June re-opening, but says he understands 'anxieties'

West Norfolk schools boss eyes partial June re-opening, but says he understands 'anxieties'

Union leaders have clashed with the government over its aim to partially re-open primary schools on June 1.


First look at Government's guidelines for primary schools reopening

First look at Government's guidelines for primary schools reopening

First look at Government's guidelines for primary schools reopening

No sharing of toys or materials, supervised handwashing and no end-of-term traditions all feature in the latest guidelines for primary schools.


Former College of West Anglia student involved with pioneering research study

Former College of West Anglia student involved with pioneering research study

Former College of West Anglia student involved with pioneering research study

A former College of West Anglia student is leading a pioneering research study on the effects of isolation.


No fine for parents who keep children at home

No fine for parents who keep children at home

No fine for parents who keep children at home

The government has confirmed families who wish to keep their children at home rather than send them back to reopening schools will face no penalty.


Staff and children dress in red, white and blue for VE Day

Staff and children dress in red, white and blue for VE Day

Staff and children dress in red, white and blue for VE Day

Phoenix Montessori Nursery, based at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, has remained open for keyworker parents during the current crisis.


Children with special educational needs must get more support, says West Norfolk MP

Children with special educational needs must get more support, says West Norfolk MP

Children with special educational needs must get more support, says West Norfolk MP

The comments follow the publication of a highly critical House of Commons committee report.


Campus youngsters make smooth transition to online studying during lockdown

Campus youngsters make smooth transition to online studying during lockdown

Campus youngsters make smooth transition to online studying during lockdown

Students and staff at the College of West Anglia’s (CWA) King’s Lynn campus have had a busy start to the summer term.


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