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Children and parents came face-to-face with all manner of creepy crawlies at the Wildlife Family Fun Day at Holywells Park in Ipswich today.

Parents face paying “daunting” travel costs at a Suffolk secondary school after an academy trust “breached” an agreement to subsidise free transport for pupils in surrounding villages, it has been claimed.

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Children at a Suffolk school’s summer fair were given a tour of an ambulance and the chance to play with its lights and sirens.

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The family of a 24-year-old new mother who suffered a severe brain injury while under the care of Ipswich Hospital say they are dismayed with the outcome of an independent investigation.

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The University of Suffolk’s HR boss has joined a top association in higher education which provides a voice for administrators in the industry.

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Pupils at two schools bid farewell to their joint headteacher at the end of term as she retired after a 39-year career in education.

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Two students aiming for a career in TV and film have hailed the exposure Screen Suffolk has given them to top productions after securing the ultimate work experience placement on the set of Detectorists.

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Primary school pupils left the classroom barefooted in a symbolic show of support for children without shoes around the world.

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A Bury St Edmunds secondary school hosted a “humbling and inspiring” visit from 18 children from Belarus last week.

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An ‘outstanding’ Suffolk school will be welcoming younger children when lessons resume after the summer holidays.

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Two Suffolk nurseries have defended their decision to put the price of hot meals up to £12 a day in the wake of national funding changes being rolled out later this year.

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Kesgrave Library was buzzing with activity on Sunday morning as the Summer Reading Challenge was launched with a special Minion Morning.

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Pupils’ love for reading has been “re-energised” and writing and other standards are also improving at a Suffolk primary school, Ofsted has said.

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Suffolk New College is launching its summer programme of sports sessions for youngsters this week.

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Top international speakers and academics gathered at the University of Suffolk last week for the Children and Childhoods Conference.

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A primary school in Ipswich has failed to improve its Ofsted rating despite converting to an academy, it has been revealed.

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Pupils at Farlingaye High School in Woodbridge saw in the holidays with a ‘festival-like’ acoustic evening.

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Claydon High School has been recognised for its sporting prowess by achieving the School Games Mark silver award.

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Friendships were forged as children celebrated their school becoming the newest member of an academy trust.

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Children and staff at Sprites Primary School in Ipswich have said a fond farewell two long-running staff members.

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Art and design students at One sixth form in Ipswich gained inspiration from one of Banksy’s collaborators during a special session at the University of Essex.

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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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