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Village edges nearer to deciding destiny

Village edges nearer to deciding destiny

Village edges nearer to deciding destiny

08 August 2020

Residents in a village are making great bounds towards deciding on the future development of their area amid recent tensions with housing developers.


Online webinar on volunteering with industry experts to be held

Online webinar on volunteering with industry experts to be held

Online webinar on volunteering with industry experts to be held

06 August 2020

A not-for-profit organisation is holding a free webinar on volunteering, with a panel of industry experts on hand to answer any potential questions.


'We need investment': Councillor's plea to MP to help estate's children 'failed by generational poverty'

'We need investment': Councillor's plea to MP to help estate's children 'failed by generational poverty'

'We need investment': Councillor's plea to MP to help estate's children 'failed by generational poverty'

03 August 2020

He highlighted the need for a ‘multi-agency approach to help lift the aspirations of our bright children’ on the estate.


Pre-school fundraising for ‘outdoor learning hub’

Pre-school fundraising for ‘outdoor learning hub’

Pre-school fundraising for ‘outdoor learning hub’

01 August 2020

A pre-school which has received an 'Outstanding' Ofsted report four years in a row is fundraising for a new 'outdoor learning hub.'


Thurston nursery children enjoy graduation day

Thurston nursery children enjoy graduation day

Thurston nursery children enjoy graduation day

01 August 2020

The nursery wanted to give the children a proper send off before school in September.


Two men's bid to protect a part of the rainforest

Two men's bid to protect a part of the rainforest

Two men's bid to protect a part of the rainforest

27 July 2020

Two men from Suffolk have relaunched a book to raise money and tackle one part of a rainforest's newest threat.


A special thank you from pupils to the police

A special thank you from pupils to the police

A special thank you from pupils to the police

27 July 2020

Pupils from one Suffolk school have made special thank you cards to ‘express their gratitude’ to members of the police force.


Pupils’ emotional hello and goodbye

Pupils’ emotional hello and goodbye

Pupils’ emotional hello and goodbye

26 July 2020

Emotions ran high at a Mildenhall primary school when some of its pupils returned to say an excited hello and a tearful goodbye.


Teachers raise hundreds for Banham Zoo

Teachers raise hundreds for Banham Zoo

Teachers raise hundreds for Banham Zoo

25 July 2020

Their route included Bury, Lowestoft and Ipswich.


Minibus stolen and paint thrown on walls after break-in at Bury St Edmunds school

Minibus stolen and paint thrown on walls after break-in at Bury St Edmunds school

Minibus stolen and paint thrown on walls after break-in at Bury St Edmunds school

20 July 2020

The burglary at the school was over the weekend.


Lavenham festival goes online for little bookworms

Lavenham festival goes online for little bookworms

Lavenham festival goes online for little bookworms

19 July 2020

The festival website has lots of activities for children.


Teachers record special story time video for pupils

Teachers record special story time video for pupils

Teachers record special story time video for pupils

18 July 2020

Teachers at Risby CEVC Primary School have been injecting a bit of colour into pupils’ lives during lockdown.


Take a look at the new £17 million Suffolk school with the 'wow' factor

Take a look at the new £17 million Suffolk school with the 'wow' factor

Take a look at the new £17 million Suffolk school with the 'wow' factor

11 July 2020

A Suffolk school has unveiled a new state of the art £17 million building.


Primary school celebrating after ‘good’ Ofsted rating

Primary school celebrating after ‘good’ Ofsted rating

Primary school celebrating after ‘good’ Ofsted rating

11 July 2020

A Bury St Edmunds school is celebrating after having maintained its ‘good’ Ofsted rating.


College to host STEMtastic virtual event tomorrow

College to host STEMtastic virtual event tomorrow

College to host STEMtastic virtual event tomorrow

10 July 2020

Free access to a packed programme is available to all.


Tuneful welcome back for pupils

Tuneful welcome back for pupils

Tuneful welcome back for pupils

07 July 2020

Bardwell Primary School key worker children have recorded their version of Here Comes The Sun.


‘Remarkable’ community leader and teacher who inspired many dies aged 80

‘Remarkable’ community leader and teacher who inspired many dies aged 80

‘Remarkable’ community leader and teacher who inspired many dies aged 80

07 July 2020

Stefan Oliver was a long-serving Bury St Edmunds councillor, the sixth generation of his family to become mayor of St Edmundsbury and an art teacher.


School’s PPE production line

School’s PPE production line

School’s PPE production line

05 July 2020

The school has been producing PPE to help protect those on the front line and staff at the school.


Headteacher looks to future as school reopens to pupils

Headteacher looks to future as school reopens to pupils

Headteacher looks to future as school reopens to pupils

04 July 2020

Staff and pupils at Woolpit Primary Academy are celebrating this week after the school reopened to all year groups for the first time since March.


School takes on 100 challenge for charity

School takes on 100 challenge for charity

School takes on 100 challenge for charity

04 July 2020

Staff and students at a Bury St Edmunds special school have swapped their sports day for a fund-raising challenge.


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