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Suffolk schools look to save recruitment costs by using free Government service

Suffolk schools look to save recruitment costs by using free Government service

Suffolk schools look to save recruitment costs by using free Government service

Sixty three per cent of schools in Suffolk use the free Department for Education job search and advice service


Changes to controversial school transport policy have not been ruled out

Changes to controversial school transport policy have not been ruled out

Changes to controversial school transport policy have not been ruled out

'Lessons learnt' study is due to be published in the New Year.


Tribute to well known former Bury St Edmunds school teacher

Tribute to well known former Bury St Edmunds school teacher

Tribute to well known former Bury St Edmunds school teacher

Margaret Holt taught at Sextons Manor Primary School and Westley Middle School as well as Hardwick Middle School, where she was deputy head.


Festival held for students to think about their future

Festival held for students to think about their future

Festival held for students to think about their future

Today marks the final day of a week-long festival to encourage students to think about their future.


Book signing by dyslexic author

Book signing by dyslexic author

Book signing by dyslexic author

Author Emily Thuysbaert visited WHSmith last week.


Last chance to nominate your favourite teacher

Last chance to nominate your favourite teacher

Last chance to nominate your favourite teacher

Today is the final day to get your nominations in for our Teacher of the Year award.


Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits Bury St Edmunds primary school

Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits Bury St Edmunds primary school

Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits Bury St Edmunds primary school

He was taken on a tour of the school’s different classes and met pupils and teachers.


Decision made on Stowupland High School sixth form block

Decision made on Stowupland High School sixth form block

Decision made on Stowupland High School sixth form block

Stowupland High School is set to have a standalone sixth form block after planners judged there to be sufficient demand to grant permission.


School transport: Six-fold increase in bus appeals

School transport: Six-fold increase in bus appeals

School transport: Six-fold increase in bus appeals

Independent review into controversial policy has been announced.


New mental health support teams in schools will ‘help so many students’

New mental health support teams in schools will ‘help so many students’

New mental health support teams in schools will ‘help so many students’

A former Thurston student has highlighted the help she received as recruitment begins to three new mental health support teams to work across schools.


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