15-year-old Herts and Essex High School student 'Jen Zead' is on a mission to show other eco-minded youngsters how they can help fix the planet.
Children at the Bishop's Stortford primary were allowed to swap their own red clothes for the blue school uniform.
Jane Curtis is stepping down after 32 years at Northgate's nursery, which operated mornings only from a room at the cricket club across the road.
Bishop's Stortford-based mental wellbeing organisation Retune resumed face-to-face workshops with a visit to the primary school.
Samaira won a British Antarctic Survey stamp design contest while young Aydin's drawing features in book about Captain Sir Tom Moore.
Bishop's Stortford teenager and movie fan Matthew Goodeve exorcised his Covid worries in a thought-provoking short film.
Teachers at Windhill21 Primary School had nominated a child in each class who had shown a caring attitude.
Electric scooters are currently permitted to be ridden only on private land with the landowner’s permission or as part of a Government trial.
Professor Jim McManus: "You have also been asked, as parents and carers of children still in education, to take twice-weekly lateral flow tests."
Bishop's Stortford College girls Ellie Lewis and Emelia Mitchell will be walking 26 miles from Ugley Green to Cambridge.
Great Whittington Bake-Off featured cakes and bakes, delicious desserts and biscuits and treats, and produced 12 class star bakers.
Running Roberts girls Romily, Rafae and Rebe – who attend Herts and Essex High and Stebbing Primary – raise £3,500 in memory of grandpa Graham.
As all children were welcomed back to school on Monday, Thorn Grove primary teacher Emily Ford reflects on what it was like working in lockdown.
Support staff, governors and volunteer parents turned school gym into mass testing centre last week ahead of students' return to class on Monday.
Julie Marson issued the writing challenge for World Book Day and received 48 entries from children in her Hertford and Stortford constituency.