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Nursery staff are ‘over the moon’ after inspection

Nursery staff are ‘over the moon’ after inspection

Nursery staff are ‘over the moon’ after inspection

Golden Apples Day Nursery in Haverhill was rated 'good' in all departments by Ofsted


Haverhill project helping at risk adults is hailed as the best at national awards

Haverhill project helping at risk adults is hailed as the best at national awards

Haverhill project helping at risk adults is hailed as the best at national awards

Adult Signpost, Haverhill, which is run by Karen Chapple and Dan Cooke, has won the Social Impact Award at The WEA’s 2019 Educational Impact Awards


Football legend puts school children through their paces

Football legend puts school children through their paces

Football legend puts school children through their paces

Kelly Smith made her inspiring visit to Coupals Primary academy in Haverhill


Academy aims to expand its sixth form with new building

Academy aims to expand its sixth form with new building

Academy aims to expand its sixth form with new building

Hopes for a new building and an expansion of the curriculum have been outlined for Haverhill Community Sixth Form


X Factor star returns to perform at his old school

X Factor star returns to perform at his old school

X Factor star returns to perform at his old school

Former Samuel Ward academy student Jon Guelas and the rest of United Vibe were at the school to perform their new single


School's focus on mental health support is rewarded

School's focus on mental health support is rewarded

School's focus on mental health support is rewarded

Castle Manor Academy's emphasis on supporting mental health issues has earned it the award


Vocal assemblies are helping to inspire and unite school

Vocal assemblies are helping to inspire and unite school

Vocal assemblies are helping to inspire and unite school

Singing assemblies have been introduced to good effect by Place Farm Primary Academy in Haverhill


Suffolk schools look to save recruitment costs by using free Government service

Suffolk schools look to save recruitment costs by using free Government service

Suffolk schools look to save recruitment costs by using free Government service

Sixty three per cent of schools in Suffolk use the free Department for Education job search and advice service


University graduate Alice overcomes adversity to win an award

University graduate Alice overcomes adversity to win an award

University graduate Alice overcomes adversity to win an award

Alice Jenkins received the Award for Innovation in Graphic Communication at the college's graduation ceremony


Independent review of controversial school transport changes in Suffolk as apology issued for problems

Independent review of controversial school transport changes in Suffolk as apology issued for problems

Independent review of controversial school transport changes in Suffolk as apology issued for problems

The review was announced at a fiery meeting in which new Conservative education chief Mary Evans apologised to affected parents.


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