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Norfolk/Suffolk: Thousands Of Children Regularly Skipping School
The number of children regularly missing lessons in Norfolk and Suffolk is still above the national average.
The Department for Education has released the latest figures showing the number of children not turning up to school in Norfolk and Suffolk.
In Norfolk a total of 5,650 children are classed as 'persistant absentees', that's 6% of the pupils who missed school in the last school year 2011/2012. The national average is 5.2%.
In Suffolk 5.7% of children who missed school were those classed as missing lessons regularly last year. That's 4,790 pupils.
Not turning up to lessons is more common in both Norfolk and Suffolk's secondary schools than primaries. But, the number of pupils skipping classes regularly has fallen slightly since last year.
An 18-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering Leonne Weeks, 16, who was found dead on a path in Rotherham.
Three possible routes for a new road north of Ipswich have been announced by Suffolk County Council.
A man has died following a cliff collapse in Thorpeness in Suffolk.
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