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PICTURE GALLERY: Young Stortford scientists compete for Big Bang final place

PICTURE GALLERY: Young Stortford scientists compete for Big Bang final place

PICTURE GALLERY: Young Stortford scientists compete for Big Bang final place

22 March 2019

Students were quizzed by STEM ambassador judges to gain a place in the regional Big Bang heat at the University of Hertfordshire in the summer.


Summercroft pupils play rock, paper, scissors – for British Science Week!

Summercroft pupils play rock, paper, scissors – for British Science Week!

Summercroft pupils play rock, paper, scissors – for British Science Week!

22 March 2019

Childen at the primary school on Bishop's Stortford's Parsonage estate get to grips with micro:bits


Grove Cottage's nursery is a lottery winner with £110,000 grant

Grove Cottage's nursery is a lottery winner with £110,000 grant

Grove Cottage's nursery is a lottery winner with £110,000 grant

22 March 2019

The specialist nursery in Stortford for children with learning disabilities has been given enough to cover its running costs for the next two years


Staff and parents at Stortford nursery are buzzing at Ofsted verdict

Staff and parents at Stortford nursery are buzzing at Ofsted verdict

Staff and parents at Stortford nursery are buzzing at Ofsted verdict

21 March 2019

Busy Bees on St Michael's Mead has been upgraded from 'requires improvement' to 'good'


Classroom cuts loom as Stortford secondary school heads warn of funding crisis

Classroom cuts loom as Stortford secondary school heads warn of funding crisis

Classroom cuts loom as Stortford secondary school heads warn of funding crisis

20 March 2019

Heads of the six state secondaries in Stortford and Sawbridgeworth want parents to lobby MP Mark Prisk and the Government over continued underfunding


We've got the whole world in our hands! Schools in harmony as festival choir at Rhodes

We've got the whole world in our hands! Schools in harmony as festival choir at Rhodes

We've got the whole world in our hands! Schools in harmony as festival choir at Rhodes

20 March 2019

Pupils from four primaries presented a multicultural concert dressed in bright colours and waving flags of countries all over the world


Windhill21 pupils wage war on plastic as part of global campaign

Windhill21 pupils wage war on plastic as part of global campaign

Windhill21 pupils wage war on plastic as part of global campaign

19 March 2019

They have formed a “Goalkeeper club” with a first mission to reduce the use of plastic.


Hedgehogs and batteries inspire environmental projects at Stortford secondary

Hedgehogs and batteries inspire environmental projects at Stortford secondary

Hedgehogs and batteries inspire environmental projects at Stortford secondary

16 March 2019

120 Hockerill Year 9 pupils are focusing on the environment as part of the school's Middle Years Programme


Hillmead pupils concoct potty potions for British Science Week

Hillmead pupils concoct potty potions for British Science Week

Hillmead pupils concoct potty potions for British Science Week

15 March 2019

The Woburn Avenue primary held workshops with local company Fab Science.


Councillor determined to teach parents a lesson about parking and pollution

Councillor determined to teach parents a lesson about parking and pollution

Councillor determined to teach parents a lesson about parking and pollution

14 March 2019

Colin Woodward wants advisory 20mph limit zones as standard and a raft of parking restrictions to protect pupils and combat pollution


Stortford high school boys win public speaking contest with 'feminist' speech

Stortford high school boys win public speaking contest with 'feminist' speech

Stortford high school boys win public speaking contest with 'feminist' speech

14 March 2019

This is the third successive year that a team from the London Road secondary has triumphed in the Rotary club competition


Students at Birchwood High School organised a month-long programme of LGBTQ+ education

Students at Birchwood High School organised a month-long programme of LGBTQ+ education

Students at Birchwood High School organised a month-long programme of LGBTQ+ education

13 March 2019

This year Birchwood High School decided to pick up the rainbow flag and celebrate.


Airport challenges local school to help create a book for young holidaymakers

Airport challenges local school to help create a book for young holidaymakers

Airport challenges local school to help create a book for young holidaymakers

12 March 2019

The winning stories, poems and drawings will be published in a free book for children travelling through the airport this summer.


Stansted Airport College students lead the way in defying sexist stereotypes

Stansted Airport College students lead the way in defying sexist stereotypes

Stansted Airport College students lead the way in defying sexist stereotypes

06 March 2019

International Women’s Day this year is being celebrated on Friday with the theme of #BalanceforBetter, to drive gender balance across the world.


Stortford North schools sponsorship battle hots up as secondaries declare interest

Stortford North schools sponsorship battle hots up as secondaries declare interest

Stortford North schools sponsorship battle hots up as secondaries declare interest

05 March 2019

The trusts that oversee the town's secondaries are set to bid against each other to run the three new schools for Stortford North


Prefab building set to ease pressure on space at Thorley Hill primary

Prefab building set to ease pressure on space at Thorley Hill primary

Prefab building set to ease pressure on space at Thorley Hill primary

02 March 2019

The proposal for the 1.3-hectare campus would reuse an area occupied by a disused swimming pool.


East Herts leader hopes government trial will ensure developers foot the bill for infrastructure

East Herts leader hopes government trial will ensure developers foot the bill for infrastructure

East Herts leader hopes government trial will ensure developers foot the bill for infrastructure

27 February 2019

Hertfordshire as a whole must accommodate up to 100,000 new homes by 2031 against a £4.6 billion black hole in the infrastructure budget.


Competition begins to run schools for Stortford Fields and St Michael's Hurst

Competition begins to run schools for Stortford Fields and St Michael's Hurst

Competition begins to run schools for Stortford Fields and St Michael's Hurst

25 February 2019

The winner must found a new secondary and two primaries “to be run as a new and innovative all-through learning village”.


50-year-old head of Old Harlow school dies after crash in Wales

50-year-old head of Old Harlow school dies after crash in Wales

50-year-old head of Old Harlow school dies after crash in Wales

25 February 2019

Welshman David Bown and his teenage son were walking in the Brecon Beacons and were due to watch the Wales-England rugby match the next day


St Mary's pupils get a parliamentary lesson from MP Mark Prisk

St Mary's pupils get a parliamentary lesson from MP Mark Prisk

St Mary's pupils get a parliamentary lesson from MP Mark Prisk

24 February 2019

The Conservative answered questions about his role in parliament, university tuition fees and ISIS supporters returning to the UK,


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