Government funding cuts across Welwyn Hatfield have meant that some schools have lost as much as £725 per pupil - even when class sizes are bigger.
Schoolchildren spread some Christmas cheer by singing carols at Debenhams in Welwyn Garden City.
The University of Hertfordshire has made one of the UK’s ‘best breakthroughs’ ... by dousing people in a chemical warfare agent simulant.
One of the country’s brightest young computational thinkers attends a Potters Bar school.
Hatfield Food Bank got a bumper donation this week after a local school gathered a ‘reverse advent calendar’ all through November.
Students from Oaklands College were victorious in a film competition to spread awareness of road safety.
Lady Salisbury cut the ribbon at the grand opening of a stimulating new Hatfield preschool garden on Monday.
From the council to the MP’s surgery, pretty much every politician in Welwyn Hatfield is calling for the Government to keep maintained nursery funding - but will the Treasury follow through?
Potters Bar schoolchildren have marked the centenary of the end of World War One by remembering local men who lost their lives.
A novel about a historical episode of cannibalism has been deemed too “disturbing” for an elderly Welwyn Garden City library group.
A Hatfield headteacher is so worried about cash-strapped schools that she’s asked parents to write to their MP.
The schools that we will cover in our results round-up
Stanborough School says its pupils are celebrating an “outstanding” set of A-level and BTEC results that has propelled them to futures at university or on apprenticeships.
Queenswood pupils were delighted with their GCSE results where nearly all pupils gained a grade 9 to 4.