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Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Parents and community leaders are being consulted on plans to merge small primary schools in two South Norfolk villages.

Vulnerable children in Norfolk are set to benefit from a share of £84m of government funding for a landmark project to improve support for those at risk.

A rural primary school at risk of closure before the summer holidays has shut.

Parents who park where they shouldn't during the school run will face a greater chance of being fined in the future.

A headmistress who inspired generations of children has been remembered by having a new bridge linking her former school to nature meadows named in her honour.

It was the day of truth for students but the nervous opening of envelopes revealed students in South Norfolk had achieved an overall increase in GCSE results despite concerns over tougher exams.

It was the big day for students as they raced to their schools to pick up the envelope that told them just how well they had done in their A-level exams.

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