A teacher from Hadleigh in Suffolk has been hailed a hero after she saved of a five-year-old pupil who was choking on a strawberry.Read the full story ›
The government has approved four more free schools for the region.
They will be at Alconbury and Chatteris in Cambridgeshire, St Clements Hill in Norwich and Saffron Waldon in Essex.
They were part of announcement by outgoing Prime Minister David Cameron of 31 new free schools around the country.
Free schools have been at the heart of this government’s education reforms which have seen more than 1.4m more children in good or outstanding schools since 2010.
More than 300 have been created since I became Prime Minister and 200 are set to open meaning tens of thousands more young people, many from disadvantaged areas, finally have a choice of a good education that helps them reach their full potential.
I am proud of what this government has achieved, working with heads and teachers to raise standards so that our young people have the best possible start in life.
Many schools in the Anglia region will be closed or just partially open because of a one day teaching strike.
The National Union of Teachers is in a dispute over contracts and funding.
The decision was criticised by the government which says the strike is not necessary.
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Some schools in our region will be closed or just partially open today because of a one day teaching strike.
The National Union of teachers is in a dispute over contracts and funding. The decision was criticised by the government in parliament yesterday.
"I'm sure that colleagues will condemn the strike action by the National Union of Teachers tomorrow which is both unnecessary and counter productive. It will harm children's education, inconvenience parents and damage the profession's reputation in the eyes of the public."
For many teenagers, school's out for the summer at the end of the stressful exam season.
One school in Norfolk has gone above and beyond when it comes to putting a smile on their leavers' faces.
Staff at Downham Market Academy wanted to make the staff-student relationship less formal and have been dressing up and lip-syncing to Bonnie Tyler's hit Holding Out For A Hero.
Children from across the country will have just 60 seconds to correctly translate and spell as many words as possible in the final of the National Spelling Bee competition in Cambridge today.
The field has been whittled down from 75,000 to just 104, who will compete in French, Spanish and German at the city's Anglia Ruskin University.
Students at the University of Hertfordshire are getting the chance to get their hands on some high-tech equipment this week.
They've been invited in to a secret location where experts from the university are studying robots. Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Claire McGlasson.
The University of East Anglia has found that high proportions of Leave votes are associated with high levels of obese adults in England.Read the full story ›
The Children's Laureate Chris Riddell visits Rockland All Saints Community Primary near Attleborough in Norfolk.Read the full story ›
More than 10,000 students from across the region will be at Bedford University today to learn more about higher education.
The two day UCAS convention - the largest of it's kind in the region - will see 16 & 17 year old from around Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire, Cambridgeshire and Milton Keynes meet with institutions from all over the country.