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Water has been restored to a Suffolk school after a burst pipe and subsequent sinkhole forced it to close yesterday.

New autism support centres will be opening across Essex to mark World Autism Awareness Week which takes place from Monday, March 27 – Sunday, April 2.

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Four talented wordsmiths at East Bergholt High School have scooped prizes in the Rotary Young Writer Competition.

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Youngsters at St Helen’s Primary School in Ipswich are preparing for their first performance outside of school with a special two-date show at DanceEast.

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A robotics club at a Suffolk primary school have been crowned champions at a national competition.

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The University of Suffolk is continuing to buck the national trend as application numbers soar despite a national downturn.

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Pupils from Whitton Community Primary School have been out in Ipswich selling Indian recipe cards - with a packet of spices to add a kick to the dish.

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Spectators of a sixth form production helped raise more than £200 to support Suffolk people suffering from AIDS and HIV.

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A Felixstowe pre-schoool is determind to prove it is a good school following criticisms by Ofsted inspectors.

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Students and staff from St Joseph’s College will be strutting the catwalk to raise money for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) on Saturday.

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Ipswich High School for Girls will be featured on tonight’s episode of the Quest TV show Salvage Hunters.

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With a whirl of wheels, a swish of lab-coats and the adjusting of goggles Colchester Royal Grammar School’s Science Festival got underway on Saturday, March 18.

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An Ipswich nursery owner has warned the government’s decision to offer 30 free hours of childcare a week to parents could result in the closures of early year providers in the town.

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History was brought to life as a replica Tudor house was built by pupils at Soaring High Montessori Primary School in Coggeshall yesterday (Tuesday, March 21).

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A former Archbishop of Canterbury was the guest preacher at an event celebrating the long history of Ipswich School this week.

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Staff and pupils at Tattingstone Primary School celebrated the school’s 175th birthday last week with a special Victorian-themed day.

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St Andrews pre-school thanks local community for ‘overwhelming’ support after raising over £600 following ‘devastating’ break in.

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Nigel Burgoyne, headteacher at Kesgrave High School, said budget reserves are becoming depleted after years of savings, leaving Suffolk’s school leaders “struggling” to avoid staff redundancies and curriculum cuts.

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Students at Finborough School have performed Oliver! at the DanceEast Theatre in Ipswich.

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The peer who chaired the inquiry into the death of Baby P will be delivering the keynote speech at a University of Suffolk social care conference.

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Year 2 pupils at Oaks Primary School in Ipswich were able to experience being bestselling authors for the day, with a special in-store book launch and signing at Waterstones.

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Education

This year Suffolk County Council is working to Raise the Bar and improve educational standards in the county.

Here we want to champion those that are striving to drive up attainment and give our students the best possible start in life.

We also want to highlight those areas where improvement is still needed.

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