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Herts police issue Covid-19 reminder to parents about school run

Herts police issue Covid-19 reminder to parents about school run

Herts police issue Covid-19 reminder to parents about school run

23 November 2020

The force said it was responding to reports of lack of social distancing and lengthy chats when pupils are dropped off and picked up.


Firm helps to plug laptops shortage for Stortford pupils by recycling devices

Firm helps to plug laptops shortage for Stortford pupils by recycling devices

Firm helps to plug laptops shortage for Stortford pupils by recycling devices

19 November 2020

Bishop's Stortford technology company ITVET appeals to households and businesses to donate unwanted laptops.


Covid-19 cases force classroom closures at Stansted schools

Covid-19 cases force classroom closures at Stansted schools

Covid-19 cases force classroom closures at Stansted schools

16 November 2020

“The situation we are in at BMAT – with bubble closures... – is the same as every school up and down the country. This is not news.”


£2.5m Covid grant to fund free school meals in holidays for Herts kids

£2.5m Covid grant to fund free school meals in holidays for Herts kids

£2.5m Covid grant to fund free school meals in holidays for Herts kids

16 November 2020

Rolling out the programme in Hertfordshire will cost an average of £67,000 a weekday during each school break.


JustGiving appeal to pay for staff highlights schools' 'crippling' Covid costs

JustGiving appeal to pay for staff highlights schools' 'crippling' Covid costs

JustGiving appeal to pay for staff highlights schools' 'crippling' Covid costs

12 November 2020

"When a member of staff has to self-isolate, that staff member is paid and the school also has to pay another person to teach the class."


Council set to approve 233 homes for Stortford school site

Council set to approve 233 homes for Stortford school site

Council set to approve 233 homes for Stortford school site

03 November 2020

Bishop's Stortford High School development will follow construction of new secondary off Whittington Way which is set for completion in 2022.


Application process to start school in Hertfordshire in 2021 set to open

Application process to start school in Hertfordshire in 2021 set to open

Application process to start school in Hertfordshire in 2021 set to open

02 November 2020

In Bishop's Stortford, new school Avanti Meadows will give parents and carers a choice of 12 primaries from which to choose.


Stansted Airport College students reach for the sky by building own aircraft

Stansted Airport College students reach for the sky by building own aircraft

Stansted Airport College students reach for the sky by building own aircraft

01 November 2020

The apprentices, employed by Ryanair, are constructing a kit plane from scratch but need sponsors to help them buy parts.


Half term extended at St Mary's after staff test positive for Covid-19

Half term extended at St Mary's after staff test positive for Covid-19

Half term extended at St Mary's after staff test positive for Covid-19

31 October 2020

The 1,011 students at the Stortford secondary have been told not to return before Tuesday November 10 and lessons will revert to online.


Stortford MP defends her vote against extending free school meals in holidays

Stortford MP defends her vote against extending free school meals in holidays

Stortford MP defends her vote against extending free school meals in holidays

26 October 2020

"I'm fully committed to free school meals and this Government has expanded the eligibility to more children than any Government in the last 50 years."


Buster the dinosaur invites children to go on a retail quiz trail

Buster the dinosaur invites children to go on a retail quiz trail

Buster the dinosaur invites children to go on a retail quiz trail

26 October 2020

Sawbridgeworth youngsters have been challenged to solve a quiz during half term for this year's Sawbo Travel Challenge.


Customer enables Stortford café to offer free lunches to children in need at half term

Customer enables Stortford café to offer free lunches to children in need at half term

Customer enables Stortford café to offer free lunches to children in need at half term

23 October 2020

Anonymous donor's £150 enables South Street business Penny and Lou to give away 50 lunch boxes over five days.


Leventhorpe School aims to have 'open door policy' on mental health

Leventhorpe School aims to have 'open door policy' on mental health

Leventhorpe School aims to have 'open door policy' on mental health

23 October 2020

The Sawbridgeworth secondary held Mental Health Awareness Week to "help to normalise mental health and the feelings that often come with it".


Free school meals extension: Rebel Rob says it's a 'no brainer' but Marson says no

Free school meals extension: Rebel Rob says it's a 'no brainer' but Marson says no

Free school meals extension: Rebel Rob says it's a 'no brainer' but Marson says no

22 October 2020

Harlow's Robert Halfon was one of five Tory MPs who voted for Labour motion to support families in need during the Covid-19 pandemic.


Queen honours principal of Stansted Airport and Harlow colleges with MBE

Queen honours principal of Stansted Airport and Harlow colleges with MBE

Queen honours principal of Stansted Airport and Harlow colleges with MBE

13 October 2020

The honour for Karen Spencer is for her contribution to education – particularly maths – and aviation.


Bishop's Stortford High School duo triumph in online debating competition

Bishop's Stortford High School duo triumph in online debating competition

Bishop's Stortford High School duo triumph in online debating competition

12 October 2020

Head boy Nathaniel Carn and Amy Raymond, making her debut, were taking part in a contest organised by Imperial College London.


Life of Riley takes a tutoring turn with launch of online education business

Life of Riley takes a tutoring turn with launch of online education business

Life of Riley takes a tutoring turn with launch of online education business

08 October 2020

Former Herts and Essex High School student Lauren Riley is passing on her love of learning after setting up her own tutoring business.


'Play your part to prevent lockdown' plea to students

'Play your part to prevent lockdown' plea to students

'Play your part to prevent lockdown' plea to students

29 September 2020

About 40 universities around the country have reported coronavirus cases and thousands of young people are self-isolating.


Police to address Herts & Essex High girls after two runaways in same week

Police to address Herts & Essex High girls after two runaways in same week

Police to address Herts & Essex High girls after two runaways in same week

28 September 2020

In both cases the girls, aged 15 and 12, were missing from home for a night, prompting police appeals to public to help trace them.


Appeal for donations as Grove Cottage nursery is back after lockdown

Appeal for donations as Grove Cottage nursery is back after lockdown

Appeal for donations as Grove Cottage nursery is back after lockdown

20 September 2020

The charity is appealing to the community to help after racking up bills for PPE, new sinks and a washing machine.


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