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A school has retained its ‘good’ Ofsted rating following one of the last inspections before they were suspended due to coronavirus.

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Dozens of questions are being asked by schools in Suffolk as they prepare to open schools from June 1 in a bid to ensure safety.

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Mary Evans

Dedicated home-schooling activities have been produced to help children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in Suffolk during the coronavirus lockdown.

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Suffolk County Council

School and nursery leaders in Suffolk have spoken of the challenge of trying to provide a welcoming yet safe environment for returning children next month.

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Education

The prospect of primary schools reopening at the start of June is splitting opinion among parents in Suffolk - with many believing it will soon be the time for students to go back and others urging children to stay at home.

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Coronavirus

The chief executive of a Suffolk academy group has told of the challenges facing schools as they look to re-open their doors to some pupils next month.

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Coronavirus

Suffolk education leaders are set to lobby the Government on reimbursing schools which have had to fork out for free school meals, following failings in the national programme.

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Jack Abbott

An independent school in west Suffolk is drawing on the expertise of parents to help safeguard its future doing the coronavirus crisis.

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Coronavirus

Teachers will be reviewing the progress their pupils have made while learning at home during lockdown as they prepare for a gradual reopening of schools.

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Suffolk County Council

School transport providers in Suffolk will be required to provide flexibility once pupils start returning to the classroom, according to education bosses.

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Suffolk County Council

Suffolk teachers and parents have raised their concerns about the prospect of schools re-opening in the county.

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Coronavirus

The Prime Minister has outlined a possible phased return of schools from June 1, as part of a planned second wave of easing lockdown measures from Covid-19.

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Suffolk County Council

A number of ‘gradual changes’ to the current coronavirus measures have been announced by Boris Johnson, but the Prime Minister said that there will be no immediate end to the lockdown.

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School may be out – with thousands of Suffolk children learning at home during lockdown.

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Steps are in place for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) to be admitted to new schools in Suffolk as planned this September - despite construction delays caused by the Covid-19 crisis.

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Suffolk County Council

Ofsted inspectors have carried out a virtual monitoring visit on a struggling children’s home where frequent cannabis use was reported.

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Mary Evans

Schools across Suffolk have been urged to claim free tampons and sanitary products for their pupils from a government scheme to help support young female pupils.

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Jack Abbott

Former pupils, past and present teachers and parents have rallied together to salvage a school that is set to close for good at the end of the summer term.

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Coronavirus

As the Covid-19 crisis continuues, the University of Suffolk’s admissions manager, Holly Bowen, shares advice and information for those wanting to study at university this September.

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Coronavirus

Providers behind two of Suffolk’s three specialist speech and language schools which have been confirmed for closure have opted not to run new smaller units.

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Mary Evans

Education leaders in Suffolk are praising the efforts of parents who are teaching their children during the coronavirus lockdown, urging them not to feel guilty if they have struggled.

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Graham White

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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