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Schools in Hertfordshire excluded pupils for racist bullying on nearly 150 occasions last year, new figures reveal.

With Year 6 pupils’ final year of primary school disrupted by coronavirus, the Comet is giving children, schools and families the chance to say goodbye and wish them good luck as they move up to secondary school.

It feels like only yesterday you carefully bundled them up in a blanket and put them into their car seat in the hospital car park and now they are about to start secondary school.

With Year 6 pupils leaving primary education and potentially missing out on celebrations, the Comet wants to help schools, parents and students mark this milestone through our newspaper and website.

Issuing fines for absent school pupils in September would be “harsh,” leader of Stevenage Borough Council Sharon Taylor has said.

Biggleswade, Sandy, Potton

Tuesday, July 28, 2020

A foodie mum-of-two has launched Gourmet Alternative – an online plant-based cheese shop and deli delivering to North Herts.

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