The BBC’s Gaming and Culture Correspondent visited Journalism students at the University of East Anglia’s Broadcast House. After an inspirational talk, Steffan Powell took some of the students through a masterclass. Cameron […]
Strikes: Vice Chancellor Will Take A Pay Cut
By Paris Maben-Hume and George Cooke The Vice Chancellor will be taking a voluntary pay cut as part of cost saving schemes introduced at the University of East Anglia (UEA). Staff received […]
Norfolk preschool closes after failed search for manager
Newton Flotman Pre-School, based outside of Norwich, closed on Thursday 20th October. They have been without a permanent manager for over a year. Childcare appears to be struggling all over the county.
Schools in Great Yarmouth aim to bounce back in this year’s GCSE’s
GCSE students in Great Yarmouth are hoping to improve on the 54% pass rate in Great Yarmouth last year. Louise Graham has been to two schools in the town to meet students […]
Stuart Lawrence gives motivational talk to UEA students
Brother of black teenager Stephen Lawrence, Stuart shared his experiences to over 300 attendees about the death of his brother after a racially motivated attack in 1993. Stuart Lawrence, who is now […]
Kent secondary school “keeps music alive during the pandemic”
Highworth Grammar School, an all girls secondary school in Kent that specialises in music, did not let lockdown stop them from producing music. Many concerts were edited together and uploaded to YouTube […]
UEA Journalism Lockdown Diaries
Broadcast Journalism students at the University of East Anglia have been charting their life during covid. The first-year students kept video diaries after being forced into isolation when some of their flat […]
Journalism students thrive as work is published by local media
Students on UEA’s journalism courses have enjoyed considerable success both in and outside of campus, with several pieces of their work being published by local media in recent weeks. Having work published […]
Training to be a Teacher without a Class
With Covid-19 enforced school closures, the education sector has had to completely change the way they operate. Henry Hunt has been finding out how this has affected those training to become teachers.
Are degrees the best way to start a career?
With summer approaching and dissertations being handed in, it is now time for another group of students from universities across the UK to start their careers. However, it appears that several students […]