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Potters Bar pupils spoke to drivers caught speeding outside their school as part of the Mini Police scheme.

A University of Hertfordshire researcher known as ‘Dr Dance’ spoke to us about the link between rhythm and Parkinson’s, being on the same stage as President Obama – and the importance of cake.

University of Hertfordshire (UH) is being urged by Education Secretary Damian Hinds to review “unacceptable” and “unethical” admission practices.

A Hatfield school team will represent the UK at the Youth European Business Summit.

Parents in Colney Heath are appealing to the county council after their children were given secondary school places in Hatfield.

A space-themed musical partnership between nine Potters Bar school choirs and orchestras has been rocket launched in a pair of concerts.

Headteachers are asking parents to help buy classroom essentials as they struggle to balance their budgets, councillors have heard.

Pint-sized creatives in Welwyn have curated their own exhibition after a local artist gave them masterclasses at school.

Many parents have been crying out for the planned new special free school in Welwyn Garden City – but it won’t meet demand, a Welwyn Hatfield mother says.

A Welwyn Garden City headteacher is retiring from his role and said he is “deeply proud” of what staff and pupils achieved during his time there.

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