Hertfordshire has been chosen as a national trailblazer in school mental health support, with children set to get early help from specialist teams as part of a new initiative.
Films made by students from schools across Stevenage about the impact of knife crime were unveiled and judged at a red carpet screening yesterday.
Firefighters piloted a new road safety initiative ‘Be Bright, Shine Your Light’ on Friday in a bid to make it safer for children who are cycling to school during the dark winter months.
Students have taken part in a community project to help them realise the benefits of social action, as well as develop key communication and teamwork skills.
Thousands of children across North Herts and Stevenage have carried out a wide range of activities to commemorate 100 years since the end of World War I.
This year’s annual Stevenage fireworks display will take place on November 5 – Bonfire Night!
Hundreds of schoolchildren have learnt life-saving CPR as part of the British Heart Foundation’s Restart a Heart campaign.
A secondary school which had been deemed to be failing has been transformed into a facility rated good by Ofsted – and is now being used by the government as an example of best practice in this year’s Parlimentary Review.