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There was an international flavour at a Letchworth school this month as a group of Italian teenagers visited for two weeks.

Children and staff at a Henlow school were delighted to be joined by the Deputy Lieutenant of Bedfordshire for the opening of their new sensory garden.

A team of staff from a Biggleswade school for pupils with special educational needs completed a 10-mile charity challenge to raise almost £450 for charity.

Athletes of the future went head to head in the high jump, javelin throw and more at the annual inter-primary championships in Letchworth.

Children and staff from a Baldock primary school duked it out on the dodgeball field to raise more than £3,000 to help put an end to heart disease.

Children as young as nine could have their school buses cut under policy changes put forward for consultation by Central Bedfordshire Council.

A Letchworth school for children with learning difficulties celebrated its 40th anniversary on Friday, with former headteachers on hand to join the party.

A school caretaker who has chalked up 25 years’ service says he feels lucky to have a job involving fresh challenges every day.

Pupils from five primary schools calculated their moves as they took part in a numbers competition in Letchworth.

A Letchworth primary school put on a fête with a difference last weekend – with an outdoor film screening and a craft ale bar.

A specialist early years centre for children with autistic spectrum conditions has been judged to be outstanding by Ofsted.

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A student from Potton has taken a trip back in time to find out more about her Italian heritage.

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