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A huge thank you has been expressed to teachers and school staff across Suffolk while they care for the children of key workers leading the country’s battle against coronavirus.

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Parents are still expected to hear whether their child has got their preferred primary school place next month.

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In today’s EADT Daily podcast an Ipswich teacher talks homeschooling tips, how coronavirus is impacting his GCSE students, and why it’s important to give Year 11s a proper goodbye.

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Whining about snacks, snoozing in the sunshine and swimming lessons in the bath - homeschooling certainly has its highs and lows.

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With schools closed to all but the children of key workers and the vulnerable, one educator has released a handy guide of how to home school successfully.

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They had hoped to dress up in glitzy prom gowns and dresses to say an emotional and memorable farewell that would live with them forever.

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GCSE and A-level students across Suffolk will be given a grade that reflects the standard of their work in the academic year in lieu of exams, the government has announced.

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Schools across Suffolk, Essex and the rest of the country will close this afternoon as the fight against coronavirus steps up another gear - however, children whose parents are classed as being ‘key workers’ will still be eligible to attend.

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Fresh questions have been raised over the care of some of Suffolk’s most vulnerable children, following an ‘inadequate’ report for a council-run children’s home.

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Mary Evans

Some schools in Suffolk have already closed due to the impact of the coronavirus.

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A schools provider has called on parents to keep up pupils’ learning routines once schools have closed.

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Frequent cannabis use, two months of missed medication and alcohol abuse are among a host of issues raised by Ofsted in an inspection of a Suffolk children’s home.

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Suffolk County Council

Every school in the UK will close indefinitely from Friday, March 20 to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.

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The government has released the latest number of people confirmed to have coronavirus in the UK.

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A meeting hosted by a Suffolk school to highlight the warning signs of county lines involvement and exploitation has been hailed a success.

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More than 15 schools and nurseries across Suffolk have been forced to close or partially close today due to staffing issues and to complete deep cleans where necessary.

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A Haverhill secondary school will shut for the rest of the week because so many staff are self-isolating due to the coronavirus.

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Several schools and nurseries across Suffolk have today been forced to send children home in the fight against the spread of Covid-19.

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Suffolk County Council

More than 5,600 Suffolk youngsters are being taught in ‘inadequate’ schools, according to latest data.

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Proposals to double the size of Thurston Primary Academy with a brand new site have been given the go-ahead – with the facility being eyed for a September 2021 opening.

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Suffolk County Council

Children in schools across Bury St Edmunds are campaigning for their parents to be more conscious of air pollution when picking them up and dropping off for school.

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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.

If you have an education story for us, email us newsroom@archant.co.uk or Tweet us @EADT24 or visit our Facebook page

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See how the most-recently inspected schools performed or tell us what you think of the standard of education at your child’s school.
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