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Christmas comes early for Howard Junior School's competition winner

Christmas comes early for Howard Junior School's competition winner

Christmas comes early for Howard Junior School's competition winner

Year 3 pupil rewarded with a new bike, helmet and framed poster of her winning entry for Vauxhall competition


Play area to receive makeover thanks to £24,000 grant

Play area to receive makeover thanks to £24,000 grant

Play area to receive makeover thanks to £24,000 grant

Oaklands Play Area will receive the grant from 'Pocket Parks Plus', a government programme recognising the importance of green spaces


Easter Fair boosts Docking school’s ‘Field of Dreams’ project to improve outdoor learning space

Easter Fair boosts Docking school’s ‘Field of Dreams’ project to improve outdoor learning space

Easter Fair boosts Docking school’s ‘Field of Dreams’ project to improve outdoor learning space

Easter-themed games, stalls and activities have helped raise £433 towards a West Norfolk village school’s project.


Walpole Cross Keys Primary School given Good grade by the inspectors

Walpole Cross Keys Primary School given Good grade by the inspectors

Walpole Cross Keys Primary School given Good grade by the inspectors

Ofsted inspectors have given a thumbs-up to standards at Walpole Cross Keys Primary School, after an inspection last month.


Schools miss out on millions in funding

Schools miss out on millions in funding

Schools miss out on millions in funding

Schools in Lynn have lost millions of pounds in vital funding because of the continuing squeeze on public finances


Great Dunham Primary told to improve by Ofsted

Great Dunham Primary told to improve by Ofsted

Great Dunham Primary told to improve by Ofsted

Downgraded from previous Good rating


College students wash cars all day in aid of epilepsy charity

College students wash cars all day in aid of epilepsy charity

College students wash cars all day in aid of epilepsy charity

The students were taking part in the wash as part of Purple Day, raising awareness of epilepsy worldwide


Schoolchildren step back in time to Victorian era

Schoolchildren step back in time to Victorian era

Schoolchildren step back in time to Victorian era

North Wootton Academy pupils were transported back to the Victorian age during a school trip last week.


Language lessons on King's Lynn college agenda

Language lessons on King's Lynn college agenda

Language lessons on King's Lynn college agenda

College staff and students in Lynn have undergone training in a unique language programme for people with learning disabilities.


Downham Market Academy welcomes Holocaust survivor

Downham Market Academy welcomes Holocaust survivor

Downham Market Academy welcomes Holocaust survivor

Pupils at Downham Market Academy were visited by Holocaust survivor Jane Webber this week, which was organised by the Holocaust Educational Trust.


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