Norfolk schools making progress

Twenty two thousand Norfolk children are now in good schools. Liberal Democrat councillors, working together with other parties, have made improvements to services for children a priority since the Conservatives lost power at County Hall two years ago.

Sheringham County Councillor Brian Hannah has welcomed the news that more than three quarters of Norfolk's school children are now being taught in good or outstanding schools. A new strategy to raise school standards in Norfolk was launched in 2013 after government inspectors criticised Children's Services in the County.

"This is good progress. Giving children the best possible experience in school is absolutely vital", says Councillor Hannah (pictured above with Norman Lamb.

The Conservatives ran the County Council until they lost elections in May 2013. Since then, the Lib Dems have worked with other parties to transform the way County Hall works.

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