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Birchwood duo star in physics Olympiad – then receive Oxford offers

Birchwood duo star in physics Olympiad – then receive Oxford offers

Birchwood duo star in physics Olympiad – then receive Oxford offers

07 February 2022

William Blakey and Alex Sawyer were up against 5,000 other young scientists and achieved golds, placing them in the top 20% in the world.


Stortford Fields builder boosts reading at Northgate school

Stortford Fields builder boosts reading at Northgate school

Stortford Fields builder boosts reading at Northgate school

04 February 2022

Bovis Homes gifted £500 to Northgate primary to invest in new reading material for its students from Years 1 to 6.


Herts' public health boss backs masks as Covid-19 rules ease

Herts' public health boss backs masks as Covid-19 rules ease

Herts' public health boss backs masks as Covid-19 rules ease

27 January 2022

Professor Jim McManus: "Wearing face coverings is no longer mandated but is very clearly recommended in crowded environments and public transport."


Head of Stortford's next secondary will be leading by example

Head of Stortford's next secondary will be leading by example

Head of Stortford's next secondary will be leading by example

26 January 2022

Rhys Jones, 40, the first principal of Avanti Grange at Stortford Fields, will be calling on his experience at Hockerill Anglo-European College.


School goes into emergency lockdown and police called over intruder

School goes into emergency lockdown and police called over intruder

School goes into emergency lockdown and police called over intruder

24 January 2022

Staff at Newport's Joyce Frankland Academy initiated a 30-minute lockdown while police were called to deal with the 'student age' person.


Windhill homes, three schools and a business barn win building accolades

Windhill homes, three schools and a business barn win building accolades

Windhill homes, three schools and a business barn win building accolades

24 January 2022

In 2020 it was decided for a third year no building projects in Stortford were worthy of Currey Award nomination, but in 2021 there were seven.


Positivity pays dividends for St Michael's pupils

Positivity pays dividends for St Michael's pupils

Positivity pays dividends for St Michael's pupils

15 January 2022

St Michael's Church of England Primary School in Apton Road has secured the Healthy Young Minds in Herts Kitemark.


Green light for roof repairs at Herts and Essex High School

Green light for roof repairs at Herts and Essex High School

Green light for roof repairs at Herts and Essex High School

12 January 2022

The roof is in such poor condition that leaks are causing internal damage and staff sometimes have to close the library and old hall.


Child refugee book spurs pupils’ 10-mile charity walk round Stortford

Child refugee book spurs pupils’ 10-mile charity walk round Stortford

Child refugee book spurs pupils’ 10-mile charity walk round Stortford

12 January 2022

St Michael’s Primary Year 6 children were inspired to help Refugee Action after reading The Boy at the Back of the Class.


Temporary classroom from 2015 to remain at oversubscribed school

Temporary classroom from 2015 to remain at oversubscribed school

Temporary classroom from 2015 to remain at oversubscribed school

12 January 2022

The structure was installed at Hillmead primary on Bishop's Park seven years ago to accommodate a "bulge" class of 30 pupils.


Former Supreme Court president guest at Stortford school's awards night

Former Supreme Court president guest at Stortford school's awards night

Former Supreme Court president guest at Stortford school's awards night

21 December 2021

Lady Hale addressed a scaled-back audience of around 270 people in The Bishop's Stortford High School's sports hall.


School turbot-charges food lessons by helping girls become dab hands with fish

School turbot-charges food lessons by helping girls become dab hands with fish

School turbot-charges food lessons by helping girls become dab hands with fish

16 December 2021

Year 9, 10 and 11 food tech students at Herts and Essex High have hooked up with a scheme called Fish Heroes.


Young poet reflects on national identity and Black History Month

Young poet reflects on national identity and Black History Month

Young poet reflects on national identity and Black History Month

12 December 2021

Year 12 student Emilia Anniss reflected on England and national identity.


'Junior dragons' devise fundraising schemes for Stortford food bank

'Junior dragons' devise fundraising schemes for Stortford food bank

'Junior dragons' devise fundraising schemes for Stortford food bank

08 December 2021

Nine primary school pupils were given £50 seed money by a secret investor and seven weeks to make it grow.


Keira's gardening project grows into food bank fundraiser

Keira's gardening project grows into food bank fundraiser

Keira's gardening project grows into food bank fundraiser

30 November 2021

Richard Whittington pupil Keira Moyes, 10, set up her Seeds for Change initiative after spending months saving seeds from her grandma's garden.


Student organises Christmas gift shoeboxes for orphans and refugees

Student organises Christmas gift shoeboxes for orphans and refugees

Student organises Christmas gift shoeboxes for orphans and refugees

25 November 2021

Collection of over 70 boxes filled with small gifts and goodies for deprived people in eastern Europe was organised by Rebecca Walkley.


Stortford Fields builder tags primary school pupils for safety

Stortford Fields builder tags primary school pupils for safety

Stortford Fields builder tags primary school pupils for safety

24 November 2021

Bovis Homes, one of the consortium of developers of the 2,200-home estate, donated reflective tags to Northgate children.


Herts and Essex High School’s decision to remove toilet doors slammed

Herts and Essex High School’s decision to remove toilet doors slammed

Herts and Essex High School’s decision to remove toilet doors slammed

22 November 2021

One Year 9 girl told the Indie: “I think my whole student body would agree that this is not acceptable. I feel it’s an invasion of privacy.”


Bishop's Stortford High School students light a Disco Inferno

Bishop's Stortford High School students light a Disco Inferno

Bishop's Stortford High School students light a Disco Inferno

17 November 2021

This week students in all year groups at the London Road secondary are rolling back the decades to the 1970s.


Stortford school appoints teacher of 18 years as its new head

Stortford school appoints teacher of 18 years as its new head

Stortford school appoints teacher of 18 years as its new head

17 November 2021

Pupils' favourite and deputy head Rachel Griffiths has been at St Michael's Church of England Primary School since 2003.


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