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Sunday, March 29, 2020

Education bosses in Hertfordshire are expected to allocate primary school places for next year as planned, councillors have heard.

Libraries across Herts have temporarily closed to enable a proper assessment of the best strategy during the coronavirus crisis.

Hertfordshire County Council is working on plans to offer “some learning opportunities” to pupils once schools close on Friday due to coronavirus concerns.

All schools in the UK will be closed from Friday, the government has announced.

The University of Hertfordshire is to cancel all in-person teaching following the news that a student had been diagnosed with the coronavirus, COVID-19.

A Sunday Times bestseller and Music of Black Origin award-winning hip-hop artist will come to Hatfield in two weeks.

The University of Hertfordshire has reviewed its procedures after around 2,000 names and email addresses of students were leaked in an email inviting them to a guest lecture.

A free teacher training event will take place in Hatfield tomorrow – open to everyone who wants to help ‘shape lives’ by getting into the profession.

A £2.6 million plan to increase the number of places at SEND schools in our area for the next academic year has been agreed upon by Hertfordshire County Council.


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