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From a body being identified in the River Gipping, in Ipswich to ITFC’s striker Kayden Jackson being excited to be playing alongside Janoi Donacien ahead of tonight’s Carabao Cup first round against Exeter City - here we bring you five must-read stories for this morning.

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A staff member at Suffolk New College has scored the best marks out of everyone in the world in an international exam.

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Suffolk New College

Schools in Suffolk held lessons about the perils of knife crime last week in an attempt to ensure students stay safe during the six week summber holiday.

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Gordon Jones

A Suffolk university’s partnership with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra gave students a unique experience with the world-renowned musicians.

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West Suffolk College

Suffolk leaders have pledged £1million to tackle youth unemployment across the county.

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Tim Passmore

An independent school near Bury St Edmunds is searching for old pupils to take part in a 50-year reunion event later this year.

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Plans for a major redevelopment – including 44 new homes, a library and a café – on the site of a redundant Suffolk middle school are to be unveiled to residents next week.

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Mid Suffolk District Council

The decision to make cost-saving cuts in home to school transport looks set to be upheld by a review group next week, according to the latest report.

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Jack Abbott

A governor at an Ipswich school is spearheading a national campaign to recruit more young adults and ethnic minorities into the role.

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Department for Education

The decision to make divisive cuts on home to school transport in Suffolk has been put on hold for further scrutiny, after a call-in of the plan was upheld.

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Jack Abbott

Westminster’s education secretary has voiced his commitment to work with Suffolk over a host of issues after a top level meeting on Monday, according to county bosses.

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Gordon Jones

Plans to cut back on free school transport in Suffolk which were given the go-ahead on Tuesday have been formally challenged by opposition parties.

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Jack Abbott

A stakeholder group will be formed to assess the progress of new school transport proposals in Suffolk, it has been confirmed.

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Jack Abbott

Divisive plans to make cuts on free school transport in Suffolk have been given the go-ahead – but proposals for the decision to be reassessed have already been voiced.

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Gordon Jones

A school which claims it will lose hundreds of pupils if contentious plans for school transport cuts go ahead has made a final plea for councillors to “listen to the people of Suffolk”.

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Gordon Jones

Multi-million pound plans to create a pioneering institute of technology in East Anglia have leapt forward, it can be revealed today.

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Suffolk New College

The most senior judge in England and Wales announced plans to build closer ties between schools and the justice system during a trip to Suffolk.

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Ipswich Crown Court

National and regional education bosses will join up with Suffolk County Council to form an action plan improving under-performing academies, it has been revealed.

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Gordon Jones

More than half a million digital items have been borrowed from Suffolk’s libraries in just four years – illustrating a rapid rise in interest in internet borrowing for reading and listening.

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Schools which could be most affected by the school transport shake-up have branded the decision to recommend phased cuts as “ludicrous” and “damaging”.

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Jack Abbott

A meeting with top level education bosses over concerns in performance at some Suffolk multi-academy trusts has been set for next week, it has emerged.

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Gordon Jones

John Nice - Doing nicely

Friday, June 22, 2018

East Anglian farmers are warning the situation for some of their crops was beginning to get “very serious” as a prolonged dry spell puts pressure on plants, particularly those on light, free-draining soil.

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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