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Pupils at Woodbridge School’s preparatory school have been taking their first steps in the business world by organising their own market day for charity.

A competition hoping to inspire people of all ages to take up gardening – and encourage recycling at the same time – is being held in Bury St Edmunds.

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The University of Suffolk could appeal the bronze award it received in the new Teaching Excellent Framework (TEF) rankings.

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Suffolk University art student Danielle Newman has won the SNAP writing prize for her poem about Ipswich Waterfront, entitled The Froth.

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Children who live with mental health issues will receive better support at Suffolk’s secondary schools after staff were some of the first in the country to receive new training.

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Budding bakers from Ipswich High School for Girls and Holbrook Academy battled to be named the Peninsula Bake Off Champion at Suffolk Food Hall on Wednesday.

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A primary school’s latest theatrical production was deemed a ‘giant’ success.

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Students at Framlingham College Prep School enjoyed an inspiring week of activities to celebrate science.

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An Ipswich primary school choir added a few older voices to its ranks at the school’s end of term music celebration this week.

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Performing arts students at One sixth form showcased their talents in a sell out show celebrating the best of the West End last week.

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An Ipswich mum has expressed her outrage after claiming her 15-year-old daughter was given detention twice in two days for refusing to wear a school blazer during this week’s heatwave.

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Top universities across the country have criticised the first major assessment of higher education teaching standards after many leading institutions failed to achieve the highest award.

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Double amputee Shaun Whiter who lost both his legs after being hit by a dangerous driver last year will be a guest speaker at Suffolk County Council’s Raising the Bar Awards at Trinity Park next Monday. Every finalist has also been announced.

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Headteachers in Suffolk have welcomed the scrapping of key pledges over controversial education reforms by Theresa May’s minority government in the Queen’s Speech.

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A Suffolk school handball team is celebrating after attending the national finals to come second in the entire country.

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Families and youngsters at the Humpty Dumpty Playgroup in Kesgrave crafted their best cosy shelters for National Den Day last week.

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A trio of talented students from a Great Cornard school have reached the national final of a rocket-powered model car contest.

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Part of a former Suffolk school has been put up for sale with a guide price of £350,000 – with the building said to be suitable for conversion to homes, offices or light industry.

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Final-year BSc (Hons) Bioscience students Sara Kline, 24, from Brandon, and Jamerson Krelle-Hammond, 23, from Ipswich, are taking part in Erasmus+, an EU-funded exchange programme. They will complete their studies at the University of Palermo for three months.

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The pre-school, a registered charity based in Cauldwell Hall Road, is holding the family fun day to help raise funds towards a new outdoor canopy.

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Ahead of National Writing Day tomorrow, we are asking parents if your child reads and writes for fun outside of school. Take part in our poll (mobile users: use landscape mode).

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