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Primary pupils put learning into practice by signing in at Wiggly Willow

Primary pupils put learning into practice by signing in at Wiggly Willow

Primary pupils put learning into practice by signing in at Wiggly Willow

Thorn Grove Year 1 children used language programme Makaton to order their drinks and snacks from café owner Sid Perry.


Manor Fields pupils ready to clean up thanks to litter-picking grants

Manor Fields pupils ready to clean up thanks to litter-picking grants

Manor Fields pupils ready to clean up thanks to litter-picking grants

Year 1 boy Samuel Hurn kept his neighbourhood free of rubbish and inspired his Hedgehogs classmates to do the same.


Stortford school's new sixth form centre 'mimics uni or work environment'

Stortford school's new sixth form centre 'mimics uni or work environment'

Stortford school's new sixth form centre 'mimics uni or work environment'

Learning centre at Bishop's Stortford College features quiet study areas, conference room, well-equipped kitchenette and gallery of notable alumni.


Raped artist's rage inspires Stortford student's prize-winning fiction

Raped artist's rage inspires Stortford student's prize-winning fiction

Raped artist's rage inspires Stortford student's prize-winning fiction

Madeleine Friedlein, 16, wins £500 Young Walter Scott Prize for her story inspired by Italian painter Artemisia Gentileschi's visceral work.


School recycles unpopular town centre bike rack by giving it a new home

School recycles unpopular town centre bike rack by giving it a new home

School recycles unpopular town centre bike rack by giving it a new home

The £3,340 two-tier parking system for 16 cycles has been moved from the Causeway to Birchwood High School.


Dragon's egg at Stortford primary school fires pupils' imaginations

Dragon's egg at Stortford primary school fires pupils' imaginations

Dragon's egg at Stortford primary school fires pupils' imaginations

The 'discovery' at Windhill21 prompted visits by a police officer and 'dragonologist' Jono Forgham, the Indie’s nature columnist.


Ex-Stortford schoolboy wins £13,000 prizes for his jobs platform idea

Ex-Stortford schoolboy wins £13,000 prizes for his jobs platform idea

Ex-Stortford schoolboy wins £13,000 prizes for his jobs platform idea

Karl Swanepoel, now in his last year of a computer science degree at uni in Wales, has developed a digital services matching site and app.


Windhill21 pupils and staff really dig their history week

Windhill21 pupils and staff really dig their history week

Windhill21 pupils and staff really dig their history week

Sarah Wood said: "A time capsule was buried in the school garden.We wonder what future archaeologists will make of the years 2020 and 2021!"


Tank's a lot! Birchwood boy's 13,000-piece K'Nex model is a world record holder

Tank's a lot! Birchwood boy's 13,000-piece K'Nex model is a world record holder

Tank's a lot! Birchwood boy's 13,000-piece K'Nex model is a world record holder

William Rose, 16, spent a year building the world's largest moving vehicle, a 4.2m (13ft 9in) long tank, out of construction toy K'Nex.


Pen pal friendships flourish between home and pupils

Pen pal friendships flourish between home and pupils

Pen pal friendships flourish between home and pupils

Key Stage Two pupils at Birchanger CofE Primary began writing to residents of Mountfitchet House Care Home in Stansted earlier this year.


Sixth-formers remember 'fairy' Caz and Army cadet Alex on charity day

Sixth-formers remember 'fairy' Caz and Army cadet Alex on charity day

Sixth-formers remember 'fairy' Caz and Army cadet Alex on charity day

Bishop's Stortford High School boys dress as fairies and girls as soldiers to remember Year 13 students who died within 18 months of each other.


Teacher wins national award for her lockdown efforts for her pupils

Teacher wins national award for her lockdown efforts for her pupils

Teacher wins national award for her lockdown efforts for her pupils

Kate Smith of Windhill21 delivered gold stars to her pupils and even taught those struggling from their driveways or gardens.


New head teacher to take on growing Magna Carta Primary

New head teacher to take on growing Magna Carta Primary

New head teacher to take on growing Magna Carta Primary

Stansted's newest school will see its first cohort of Year 5 pupils from September and new head Jen Pearce is keen to develop Key Stage 2 learning.


Boy, 14, lay in pain for seven hours waiting for ambulance

Boy, 14, lay in pain for seven hours waiting for ambulance

Boy, 14, lay in pain for seven hours waiting for ambulance

Hockerill Anglo-European College student dislocated his knee in kick-about on sports pitch during break


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