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A headteacher has praised the hard work of students, staff, parents, governors and the local community after her school was rated as ‘Good’ in a recent Ofsted inspection.

Castle Manor Academy is celebrating after achieving the judgement across all areas – just two years after Ofsted deemed the school as ‘requires improvement’.

One of the best things about my job is the people I get to work with.

In our schools up and down Suffolk and Romford, we have so many fantastic people doing so much to give young people the best education possible.

Whether I am at our smallest primary or our largest secondary, one of our founder trust members or our newest member school, it is impossible not to feel inspired every single week.

Sybil Andrews Academy has vowed to make “rapid improvements” following a recent Ofsted inspection.

The Bury St Edmunds secondary school was rated as ‘Requires Improvement’ with the new leadership team speaking of their determination to drive progress.

Trenica King, headteacher at Sybil Andrews Academy, said: “The thing that shines through the report to me is the spirit of the school.

A primary school is celebrating its commitment to health and wellbeing after securing a top award.

Wells Hall Primary School in Great Cornard is believed to be the first in Suffolk to achieve a gold health and wellbeing excellence award, given out by OneLife Suffolk.

It was achieved after the organisation spent time working with all year groups at the village school running workshops and promoting healthy living.

A new Ipswich school that will provide 60 places for young students with social, emotional and mental health needs is to be named after Sir Bobby Robson.

The Unity Schools Partnership, who will run the new school in Lindbergh Road, launched a naming consultation with community leaders and local parents throughout March and April.