One of Norfolk’s biggest schools has retained its ‘Good’ rating from Ofsted but has been told to do more to address persistent absences by pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Residents have described the decision by developers behind 5,000 new homes in a Norfolk town to have a bus route run down a muddy track barely wide enough to drive down as ridiculous.
A new pantomime starting mid-January will be whisking Thetford out of Kansas and into Munchkinland for some colourful fun.
A Norfolk academy trust has been judged as one of the country’s best for disadvantaged pupils.
A Norfolk school has called on parents to monitor their children’s use of the internet after an Instagram account was reported for cyberbullying.
Communities across Norfolk and Suffolk have marked 100 years since the Great War’s armistice with a host of processions, services and events.
Norfolk’s manufacturing sector is in the midst of a recruitment crisis, with 100% of companies surveyed in a major review saying they are having difficulty finding the right staff.
A Thetford business stalwart was the special guest at a dinner in Suffolk following his listing in this year’s royal honours.
A mother was attacked by a mugger who punched her in the face whilst she was on the way to collect her son from school.
There were big smiles, expressions of surprise and tears of joy as pupils opened their GCSE results today.
It was all smiles at Thetford Grammar School as the pupils achieved an 100pc pass rate.
The former principal of a Breckland school has joined the senior leadership team at the Eastern Multi-Academy Trust.
Engineering, self-confidence and the rise of technology and creative industries were explored by three teenagers at a major public talk.
Two teenage friends are organising a netball tournament to share the sport they love with others while raising money for charity.
Two young netball players have got together to arrange a charity tournament in Thetford this summer.
Artwork designed by young people in Thetford has finally been reinstalled after being vandalised seven months ago.
An East Anglian food factory has welcomed secondary school students to its site as part of a programme aimed at offering youngsters insights into the world of work.
New housing could put significant pressure on schools in a town in which educational standards are already “well below average” and “of significant concern”.
A community and business centre has launched a new fundraising campaign to help with a series of refurbishment works.
MP Elizabeth Truss told Thetford school pupils they should not be afraid to set their sights on Britain’s top universities.
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