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Sunday, October 20, 2019

Hertfordshire schools will benefit from a welcome funding boost, but critics say the government windfall is not enough.

A Stevenage school threw a ball fit for the royals this week as the Queen's representative for Hertfordshire came to visit.

Hertfordshire's schools are set to benefit from the county council's decision to donate more than 600 pieces of art.

A community football tournament kicked off National Hate Crime Awareness Week on Sunday.

An extraordinary meeting due to take place tonight will decide the future of Ickleford Pre-School, after committee members and senior staff concluded it "did not consider it viable to continue".

An 'adopt a child event' will be held in Hatfield today (Oct 16).

Ickleford Primary School is set to reopen tomorrow following two days of closure due to heating failures.

A Stevenage discovery centre has officially opened its doors with a sell-out family event called Space Saturday.

Schoolchildren are being invited to design storyboards for short films as part of Herts County Council's #JustTalk mental health campaign.

A village primary school near Hitchin has been given a new lease of life after reaching out to the community.

Plans to introduce double yellow lines on a road in Pirton have been dropped after objections from residents.

An Olympian and a planetary scientist have launched a programme for Stevenage students which could prove to be a life-changing opportunity.

How can education play its part in creating empowered, confident and resilient girls who become fulfilled women in today's global community? One school which believes it's stepping up to the challenge is St. Francis' College, an independent girls school in Hertfordshire.

A Stevenage carer has been named the winner of Nursery Worker of the Year in the national care awards.

Teachers from 13 Stevenage primary schools have returned from Nepal, where they visited schools as part of the British Council's Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning programme.

A Hitchin school has received much-needed funding from Herts County Council which will help secure its future.

Biggleswade, Sandy, Potton

Monday, September 30, 2019

A Bedfordshire police officer has been sacked for gross misconduct.

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