Crays Hill Primary School in Billericay, which serves the Dale Farm Travellers' site, has been rated 'Good' by Ofsted.
Norfolk MP and childcare minister Elizabeth Truss has been calling on nurseries to start teaching young children better manners
Three sixth-formers from Norwich are living life in the fast lane after becoming the F1 in Schools UK champions.
Crays Hill Primary in Billericay is best known for being the school attached to the Dale Farm Travellers site in Essex.
It has been the subject of rumours and bad press in the past, but today it has been celebrating a good Ofsted report, with much of its teaching rated outstanding.
Elodie Harper was granted exclusive access to film life at the school.
140 children from Fulbrook Middle School at Woburn Sands near Milton Keynes have been on a day trip to Dubrovnik.
The school won a competition organised by Luton based Monarch Airlines.
The children explored the ancient city walls and had a history lesson in the air.
Horticulture students at Writtle College near Chelmsford have been passing on their green fingered skills to children from Writtle Junior School's Gardening Club.
They showed the children how to make sack gardens using recycled materials and planted them with salad crops.
A school in Essex has outsourced its catering team to help run a tea room in a museum.
The Plume School in Maldon is working with the Steam Pump Tea Room located in the Museum of Power in Langford. Catering students will be able to get work experience in customer service and it's created two jobs.
The University of East Anglia in Norwich has named its new Chancellor as author Rose Tremain.
The award winning novellist was among to study at the university in the 60s and was a lecturer at the university's creative writing course in the 1990s.
She even received an honorary degree from the university in the 2000. She'll take up the post officially in the summer.
She said: “I’m honoured and moved by the invitation to take on the role of Chancellor of UEA.. When I was a student at UEA, I was taught by Angus Wilson and Malcolm Bradbury and this helped to change the direction of my life, setting me on the path towards becoming a writer.
I therefore owe UEA a big personal debt and I hope I can pay this back by being a vibrant spokeswoman for an exceptional institution which has stayed marvellously faithful to its chosen motto, Do Different – not least by appointing me.”
A young woman who swapped a job on her mother's candyfloss van for a place at Cambridge University has hit out at government plans to stop children from travelling circuses and fairs being educated on the road.
Currently the children are registered at one school and keep that place even while touring.
The government wants to close the legal loophole that allows show people to educate their children on the road meaning they'd be expected to attend school every day.
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A museum in Cambridge is in the running to be awarded the title of the UK's Museum of the Year and a £100,000 prize.
Those at the Museum of of Archaeology and Anthropology in Cambridge are hopeful they can impress the judges.
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A museum in Cambridge which covers 2,000,000 years of human history is up for a prestigious arts award which could net a prize of £100.000.
Sarah-Jane Harknett of the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology says they hold fantastic exhibits from across the Anglia region and across the world.