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Thursday, April 19, 2018

Deaf school pupils were put through their culinary paces as cooking superstar the Punk Chef paid a visit.

Hertfordshire primary school places have been allocated today – with 86 per cent offered their first choice.

Pupils at a Hitchin primary school have raised more than £2,000 for Sport Relief with a mile-a-day challenge.

Kids of all ages enjoyed finding out about all things scientific during a week of experiments and more at a Stevenage school.

News that a Sandy academy could be on the verge of closure has reinvigorated a petition supporting the school.

Schools are closed for the Easter holidays but cast members of a forthcoming theatre production are going back to school!

A Sandy school that was deemed ‘inadequate’ by inspectors could be on the verge of closure.

Incredible children with severe physical and neurological impairments are determined to lead independent lives, studying hard for GCSEs and A-levels and letting their hair down by skiing, horse riding, completing the Duke of Edinburgh Award and even singing at Wembley.

Purwell Primary School in Hitchin has marked its 60th anniversary, and has a set of events planned throughout the diamond year.

A new nursery has opened its doors in Biggleswade, offering places for children aged up to five years old.

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Bedfordshire Police have appointed Dr Jackie Sebire as the force’s new assistant chief constable.

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