A Potters Bar primary school was buzzing with excitement last week as pupils enjoyed a week full of activities to celebrate National Science Week.
Students at Oaklands College travelled around Hertfordshire in a special bus to help boost apprenticeships in the county.
Pupils at a Welwyn Garden City school learnt about the intricacies of theatre production during a visit to the Hawthorne Theatre.
Students at Hatfield’s University of Hertfordshire are building Formula One-style race car for a competition this summer.
The University of Hertfordshire has ranked in the top five of six categories at an international competition.
A team of students at Hatfield’s University of Hertfordshire impressed judges with their fluency in Japanese at a national speaking competition.
Welwyn Hatfield MP Grant Shapps has backed headteachers who want more cash to run their schools, but highlighted their major recent government-funded structural improvements.
Government funding cuts have left schools struggling to balance the books without harming children’s education, according to the head of
one Welwyn Garden City comprehensive.
Looming budget cuts will hit Welwyn Hatfield comprehensives hard, the headteacher of one of the borough’s leading secondary schools has warned.
Welwyn Hatfield secondary schools have been treated to a play outlining the difficulties of being a young carer.
Staff, parents and pupils across the generations united to celebrate a Hatfield’s secondary school’s new building.
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Welwyn Hatfield and Potters Bar schools have received their Progress 8 scores – the Government’s new measurement for pupil achievement introduced last year.