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Developer to meet with school to thrash out traffic problems

Developer to meet with school to thrash out traffic problems

Developer to meet with school to thrash out traffic problems

Cllr Graham McAndrew, a member of East Herts district and Herts county councils, has been pressing Countryside to ensure safe access for students.


Chance to ‘slime a teacher’ helps raise £2,700 at school’s summer fayre

Chance to ‘slime a teacher’ helps raise £2,700 at school’s summer fayre

Chance to ‘slime a teacher’ helps raise £2,700 at school’s summer fayre

Despite a damp start, festivities at St Michael’s Church of England Primary in Bishop’s Stortford helped raise £2,700 for funds.


Stansted’s Music in the Park mini-festival returns for its 21st year

Stansted’s Music in the Park mini-festival returns for its 21st year

Stansted’s Music in the Park mini-festival returns for its 21st year

The popular family event will be held at Bentfield County Primary on Saturday July 6 and will raise thousands for the school.


Parent on bagpipes leads school parade as it celebrates different cultures

Parent on bagpipes leads school parade as it celebrates different cultures

Parent on bagpipes leads school parade as it celebrates different cultures

The celebration at Thorn Grove Primary began with a parade of cultural styles and during the week pupils created heritage boxes and displays.


Harry Potter illustrator donates artwork to Stortford school auction

Harry Potter illustrator donates artwork to Stortford school auction

Harry Potter illustrator donates artwork to Stortford school auction

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School has also secured contributions for the fundraiser from TV Gladiators Fire and Giant.


Parents and pupils say thank you to staff at Hillmead Primary School

Parents and pupils say thank you to staff at Hillmead Primary School

Parents and pupils say thank you to staff at Hillmead Primary School

Governors and members of the parent-teacher association worked together to decorate the Bishop’s Park primary with banners.


‘Positive outcome’ for Hockerill Anglo-European College student involved in sports day medical emergency

‘Positive outcome’ for Hockerill Anglo-European College student involved in sports day medical emergency

‘Positive outcome’ for Hockerill Anglo-European College student involved in sports day medical emergency

Hockerill Anglo-European College will conduct a full review after a student was involved in a “very serious” sports day incident.


Labour’s pledge to end VAT exemption for private schools impacts inquiries at College ‘a little’

Labour’s pledge to end VAT exemption for private schools impacts inquiries at College ‘a little’

Labour’s pledge to end VAT exemption for private schools impacts inquiries at College ‘a little’

“Demographics at the younger age groups and the possible imposition of VAT have impacted enquiries a little this year.”


Almost a fifth of Herts & Essex High School students get top grades in all their A-levels

Almost a fifth of Herts & Essex High School students get top grades in all their A-levels

Almost a fifth of Herts & Essex High School students get top grades in all their A-levels

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.


‘Outstanding’ performances at Bishop’s Stortford High amid grade boundary changes

‘Outstanding’ performances at Bishop’s Stortford High amid grade boundary changes

‘Outstanding’ performances at Bishop’s Stortford High amid grade boundary changes

Four students have gained places at Oxford or Cambridge University with two more off to study medicine.


Birchwood A-levels: Every leaver expected to move on to their chosen pathway

Birchwood A-levels: Every leaver expected to move on to their chosen pathway

Birchwood A-levels: Every leaver expected to move on to their chosen pathway

Retiring head Dr Chris Ingate said record number of students were moving to their first-choice universities, apprenticeships or employment.


Hockerill students prove to be IB world-beaters again

Hockerill students prove to be IB world-beaters again

Hockerill students prove to be IB world-beaters again

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.


Heads of St Mary’s Catholic School ‘family’ pay tribute to A-level cohort

Heads of St Mary’s Catholic School ‘family’ pay tribute to A-level cohort

Heads of St Mary’s Catholic School ‘family’ pay tribute to A-level cohort

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.


‘Qualifications and qualities’ exemplified as College cohort learn of A-level grades

‘Qualifications and qualities’ exemplified as College cohort learn of A-level grades

‘Qualifications and qualities’ exemplified as College cohort learn of A-level grades

97% of Bishop’s Stortford College students heading to university of their choice this autumn as 79% achieve A*, A or B grades.


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