Carol Hayes was been named the longest serving School Crossing Patroller in the eastern region.Read the full story ›
It's World Book Day!
Children across the region have been dressing up as their favourite literary characters to mark the worldwide celebration of books and reading.
Lots of you have shared your photos with us on our Facebook page.
You can see a few of them in the video above - or join in and share your pictures too at www.facebook.com/itvanglia.
And if that's whetted your appetite we've a World Book Day themed thread of delights - check it out below.
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The move hopes to improve literacy levels with our region below the national average when it comes to reaching the expected standard.Read the full story ›
An Essex church says it's filling a gap by helping children who have been barred from mainstream school lessons because of their behaviour.Read the full story ›
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An academy that introduced strict new rules appears to have relaxed its stance - but what do you think of the headteacher's suggestions?Read the full story ›
A quarter of all teaching posts in our region are not being filled due to a lack of teachersRead the full story ›