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For many secondary school students and pupils in primary schools, up and down the county, exams and tests are now in full swing.

It heralds an important time for students and one that we hope will culminate in them getting the results their hard work deserves.

GCSEs bring out the best in our students. It has been encouraging to see them so focussed in their preparation in recent months.

The new headteacher of The Bridge School has spoken of her delight and pride after being appointed to the top position.

Hazel Simmons has joined the Ipswich school from her current role as headteacher at Broadlands Hall School, near Haverhill, and will start in September.

Mrs Simmons entered education in her 40s from a business and commerce background and then decided to specialise in special education.

A consultation to widen the age range of the youngest pupils at a Newmarket school nursery has been launched.

Laureate Community Academy has announced a proposal to expand the minimum age range of its nursery school pupils to two year olds.

It is now seeking the views of parents and the wider community before making a decision.

From the first day of teacher training to the power of great mentors, from leading a class to leading a school, the strength of stories and storytelling can be felt in any size school up and down the country.

At Unity Schools Partnership, we wanted to produce a digest of stories from within our primary, special and secondary schools.

Leadership Journeys does just that.

A school’s proud connections to the arts has continued after they were awarded the highest accolade by the Arts Council of England for a second time.

Staff and students at Thomas Gainsborough School are celebrating achieving the platinum level Artsmark award for the second successive year.

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