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Vigil for Ukraine through the lens of Stortford photography student

Vigil for Ukraine through the lens of Stortford photography student

Vigil for Ukraine through the lens of Stortford photography student

17 March 2022

Oscar Blair, 18, started shooting six years ago with his father's old camera and now hopes to do documentary photography at university.


Hillmead families support Indie's Ukrainian refugee aid appeal

Hillmead families support Indie's Ukrainian refugee aid appeal

Hillmead families support Indie's Ukrainian refugee aid appeal

15 March 2022

School office administrator Helen Wardle spotted the Indie's plea for donations for women and children fleeing war-torn Ukraine.


World Book Day at Birchwood is just the golden ticket

World Book Day at Birchwood is just the golden ticket

World Book Day at Birchwood is just the golden ticket

10 March 2022

Students searched for 'Golden Tickets' hidden around the campus and exchanged them at the library for a free book and chocolate.


Village school pupils on the right path to connecting with nature

Village school pupils on the right path to connecting with nature

Village school pupils on the right path to connecting with nature

10 March 2022

Stansted Airport volunteers joined community gardeners Human Roots to help create an outside space at Birchanger CofE Primary.


Bishop's Stortford High School judged best in mock court trial contest

Bishop's Stortford High School judged best in mock court trial contest

Bishop's Stortford High School judged best in mock court trial contest

09 March 2022

Acting as barristers, witnesses, jurors and court officials, 16-strong team took part in regional heat of Young Citizens' Bar Mock Trial Competition.


No need to badger Hockerill students about the environment

No need to badger Hockerill students about the environment

No need to badger Hockerill students about the environment

04 March 2022

Bishop's Stortford secondary Hockerill Anglo-European College aims for eco-school status.


Chorus of approval for Birchwood's music stars

Chorus of approval for Birchwood's music stars

Chorus of approval for Birchwood's music stars

03 March 2022

The contest, in its eighth year, was judged by Peter Foster who is head of Bishops Stortford Music Centre, based at the Parsonage Lane secondary.


Secondary school places: Stortford's newest school in reminder to parents

Secondary school places: Stortford's newest school in reminder to parents

Secondary school places: Stortford's newest school in reminder to parents

03 March 2022

As 21% in Herts miss out on first choice of secondary school, Avanti Grange says it has spaces for students from September.


Pupils raise £300 for school by doing chores at home

Pupils raise £300 for school by doing chores at home

Pupils raise £300 for school by doing chores at home

02 March 2022

Sheering School students spent half-term performing household jobs to raise money then counted up the coins on 'Twosday'.


Rain, but school's Pancake Day celebration is far from flat

Rain, but school's Pancake Day celebration is far from flat

Rain, but school's Pancake Day celebration is far from flat

02 March 2022

Year 5 and 6 pupils at Great Hallingbury's Howe Green House School showed off their skills on the tennis courts.


New hope for families campaigning for safe crossing in Hadham Road

New hope for families campaigning for safe crossing in Hadham Road

New hope for families campaigning for safe crossing in Hadham Road

02 March 2022

Families launched a petition in a last-ditch attempt to force Hertfordshire County Council to find the funding for the vital safety measure.


NSPCC numbers Bishop's Stortford's newest school among its supporters

NSPCC numbers Bishop's Stortford's newest school among its supporters

NSPCC numbers Bishop's Stortford's newest school among its supporters

23 February 2022

The 62 pupils at Avanti Meadows at St Michael's Hurst took part in a special Numbers Day in aid of the children's welfare charity.


Birchwood defends decision to fence off woodland footpath

Birchwood defends decision to fence off woodland footpath

Birchwood defends decision to fence off woodland footpath

22 February 2022

Footpath used as short cut from Raynham Road to Summercroft Primary School closed off after youths on motorbikes trespassed on the land.


Plan for 20mph speed limit in residential streets in centre of Stortford

Plan for 20mph speed limit in residential streets in centre of Stortford

Plan for 20mph speed limit in residential streets in centre of Stortford

21 February 2022

Restriction proposed by county council would apply to streets including Apton Road, Portland Road, Newtown Road, Castle Street and Bartholomew Road.


You can count on Maths Mastery at Windhill21

You can count on Maths Mastery at Windhill21

You can count on Maths Mastery at Windhill21

14 February 2022

The event was organised through the Matrix Herts Maths Hub, which supports excellence in mathematics education from early years to post-16.


Girl power as six Hockerill students receive Oxbridge offers

Girl power as six Hockerill students receive Oxbridge offers

Girl power as six Hockerill students receive Oxbridge offers

14 February 2022

The students will complete the International Baccalaureate Diploma, an alternative to A-levels, this summer before beginning their degrees.


Marcel's masterpieces: The 10-year-old artist making a splash

Marcel's masterpieces: The 10-year-old artist making a splash

Marcel's masterpieces: The 10-year-old artist making a splash

11 February 2022

Marcel Daniluk's mum Urszula Ossowska said her oldest child had taken to art to express himself as he was a late talker.


Mum’s six-year campaign bears fruit as 27 trees are planted in park

Mum’s six-year campaign bears fruit as 27 trees are planted in park

Mum’s six-year campaign bears fruit as 27 trees are planted in park

11 February 2022

Amanda Anderson has been chasing the issue after several trees were cut down in Parsonage Lane park in Bishop’s Stortford.


Six Bishop's Stortford High School students set to take up Oxbridge places

Six Bishop's Stortford High School students set to take up Oxbridge places

Six Bishop's Stortford High School students set to take up Oxbridge places

07 February 2022

"After a record seven offers last year, our students have continued to be highly successful in gaining Oxbridge offers across a range of subjects."


Five Herts and Essex High School students offered places at Cambridge

Five Herts and Essex High School students offered places at Cambridge

Five Herts and Essex High School students offered places at Cambridge

07 February 2022

Ben Gregory and Aimee Schilder will be reading medicine, Bethan Spragg natural sciences, Elizabeth Li land economy and Chloe Coles-Smith classics.


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