Works of art by students ranging from Year 7 to sixth form at Newport’s Joyce Frankland Academy feature in exhibition at Michaelhouse Café.
In March, 625 looked-after children (63.9%) were living in Herts compared with 694 youngsters (67.4%) in March last year.
71 complaints to Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman in 2022-23 resulted in financial awards of £77,796, up 278% on previous year’s £20,550.
Stortford school named English-Speaking Union's Oracy School of the Year and receives the ESU’s Oracy Culture Award.
Thorn Grove primary and Bishop’s Stortford College represented at war memorial on Armistice while Hockerill and TBSHS held their own ceremonies.
Care Quality Commission and Ofsted scrutinised services provided by county council and NHS Hertfordshire and West Essex Integrated Care Board.
More than 60 educators and employers took part in the London Road secondary school’s 10th biennial careers forum – the last in its current campus.
St Michael’s Parent Teacher Association raised £10,000 to fund the facilities with extra financial support from other donors.
Families have until January 15 to apply for primary school places when the new academic year begins in September 2024.
Alongside the 54 who got at least 3 As, almost half (49%) of the school’s 295-strong Year 13 cohort had at least one A.
Four students have gained places at Oxford or Cambridge University with two more off to study medicine.
Retiring head Dr Chris Ingate said record number of students were moving to their first-choice universities, apprenticeships or employment.
16% of the 118 Year 13 students achieved 40 points or more out of the perfect 45 – equivalent to an A-level score of four A*s and one A.
Nathan Ilsley got a clean sweep of four A*s and is off to Cambridge to study engineering while Emily Evers is bound for biology at Oxford.
97% of Bishop’s Stortford College students heading to university of their choice this autumn as 79% achieve A*, A or B grades.