Open Day at Haberdashers’ Askes Boys School In St Albans

St Albans & Harpenden Review: Open Day at Haberdashers’ Askes Boys School In St Albans

4:28pm Wednesday 9th October 2013

Parents rightfully put a great deal of energy into ensuring that their children get the best possible start in life, particularly in the selection of the schools.

National Pet Month at Boys & Girls Nursery

St Albans & Harpenden Review: Boys & Girls Nursery Animal Visit - Snake

2:57pm Thursday 18th April 2013

April is National Pet Month and to celebrate the children at Boys & Girls Nursery were treated to a visit from some of the more unusual pets that can usually be found at Farmyard Funworld (Bushey).

Beechwood Park’s young mathematicians score victory

St Albans & Harpenden Review: Beechwood Park’s winning team of mathematicians; from left to right: Thomas Meacock. Dimitri Chamay, Oliver West, Brendan Warren, Thomas Hillman, Louis Taylor, Krishnan Mulholland, Hugo Buckland and Alasdair Taylor

10:51am Friday 12th October 2012

A team of young mathematicians from Beechwood Park School beat 13 other local preparatory schools to win a competition

Flags, flames and fun as Beechwood Park’s Olympic celebrations earn gold

St Albans & Harpenden Review: Beechwood Park School pupils look ahead to the Olympics

3:04pm Monday 9th July 2012

Pupils at Beechwood Park School have been involved in early celebrations of this summer’s Olympics

Study leave: how to maximise your time for exam success

St Albans & Harpenden Review: Susan Moss

3:53pm Thursday 3rd June 2010

Study leave should be a godsend for teens - the chance to focus on revision for important exams that will shape their lives away from the distractions of the classroom.

Barnet College has a new centre of excellence and learning

St Albans & Harpenden Review: The Wood Street campus has been designed with the comfort of students in mind. Pictured are the brise-soleils

3:31pm Thursday 3rd June 2010

£50 million has been spent on Wood Street campus that opens to Barnet College students in September

School row after child walks out

St Albans & Harpenden Review: Sue with Karl who is dyspraxic.

7:19am Thursday 12th June 2008

A SCHOOL has denied a mother's claims that her nine-year-old son was allowed to walk out of a school unattended.

New role for professor

8:14am Thursday 8th May 2008

A LONG-ESTABLISHED professor has been appointed deputy vice-chancellor at the University of Hertfordshire.

Professor on shortlist

7:32am Thursday 8th May 2008

A PROFESSOR in pharmacy at the University of Hertfordshire is on course to win an award honouring her successful career.

Minister visits his childhood home

St Albans & Harpenden Review: Mr Bradshaw gets a helping hand

3:28pm Wednesday 7th May 2008

FORMER Harpenden toddler Ben Bradshaw, now a government minister, opened a new children's centre in the town this morning.

Facelift for London Road

St Albans & Harpenden Review: Sam Butler and Roisin Bagge who painted "Sweet Shop"

8:41am Tuesday 6th May 2008

SHOPPERS walking along London Road would be forgiven for thinking that the area has undergone a revamp overnight.

Robots to beat the bullies?

11:26am Monday 5th May 2008

MORE than 200 schoolchildren will visit the University of Hertfordshire this week to interact with its robots and trial anti-bullying software.

Special needs pupils take centre stage

St Albans & Harpenden Review: Derek Martin aka Charlie Slater signs autographs

1:36pm Thursday 1st May 2008

CHILDREN from special needs schools across the county faced off against Cybermen and Daleks in Radlett on Wednesday, enlisting the help of Doctor Who assistant Ace and two soap stars.

Baroness drops in to Oaklands College

12:30pm Thursday 1st May 2008

An unlikely gathering will take place at Oaklands College this afternoon when an honourable guest drops in to meet its students.

Three men charged over university stabbing

11:02am Thursday 1st May 2008

THREE men have been charged in connection with a stabbing at the University of Hertfordshire last year.

Special needs pupils in the spotlight

5:07pm Tuesday 29th April 2008

SPECIAL needs students from the district will take centre stage tomorrow when they showcase their talents in front of a packed audience and some celebrity guests.

University leaps up league tables

12:51pm Tuesday 29th April 2008

The University of Hertfordshire is the most improved in the UK, a national league table has revealed.

Memory Lane trip for former pupils

12:46pm Thursday 27th March 2008

FORMER pupils of the long defunct Sandfield Girls' School will be holding a reunion on Saturday evening.

Student dope dealer jailed

11:48am Wednesday 26th March 2008

A NINETEEN-YEAR-OLD caught selling cannabis to his fellow University of Hertfordshire students has been jailed for four months.

School meals prove popular with pupils

12:30pm Tuesday 25th March 2008

MORE and more children in Hertfordshire are tucking into healthy school meals than home-made packed lunches, a survey has revealed.

Tree-mendous competition

St Albans & Harpenden Review:

9:39am Saturday 22nd March 2008

PUPILS at Wheatfields Infants' and Nursery School learnt about the importance of preserving trees and the natural environment during National Science and Engineering Week.

Skint student or sugerbabe?

St Albans & Harpenden Review: Sarah Harvey

12:45pm Friday 21st March 2008

IF students were asked to give their three stresses of university life, I'm pretty sure that money (or the lack of it) would be on the top of most lists.

Oaklands submits revised plans

St Albans & Harpenden Review: An artist's impression of how the site will look

10:32am Friday 21st March 2008

OAKLANDS COLLEGE has re-submitted plans for a multi-million pound hi-tech development of its Smallford Campus with proposals to reduce traffic and other environmental impacts.

Record pupils gain places

3:12pm Thursday 20th March 2008

A record number of Hertfordshire children have gained a place at one of their ranked junior schools for this coming September.

Giving children a sporting chance

St Albans & Harpenden Review: Many schools in St Albans do not play rugby anymore.

12:34pm Thursday 20th March 2008

As the London Olympics draw ever closer, Alex Lewis takes a look at an organisation that gives out grants to St Albans youngsters with sporting talent. "THE days of the strip cartoon character Alf Tupper, who just needed his vest to become a champion runner, are over.

Student expelled from contest

St Albans & Harpenden Review: Louisa has been expelled from the contest

10:10am Thursday 20th March 2008

A LAW student has been expelled from the Miss Hertfordshire beauty contest after telling a national newspaper about her adventures with four rich "sugar daddies".

Water shortage closes schools

10:19am Wednesday 19th March 2008

THE severe water shortage affecting large parts of St Albans this morning has disrupted five schools in the district.

Desperation for local school places

3:29pm Tuesday 11th March 2008

PARENTS of Wheathampstead children denied places at their preferred secondary schools will be meeting on Thursday to discuss the problem.


8:29am Monday 10th March 2008

WORKPLACES will be calmer places with the University of Hertfordshire's new system to help occupational health workers investigate and treat stress-related absence.

School rocket takes off

St Albans & Harpenden Review:

12:13pm Saturday 8th March 2008

STUDENTS at Beaumont Secondary School have spoken exclusively to the Review about a rocket they have built which takes two eggs nearly 900 feet up and returns them safely to ground.

Will the 'Empire strike back?'

St Albans & Harpenden Review: Captains Christian Tendi 18 and teacher Mr Clarkson.

12:44pm Friday 7th March 2008

OLD friends will be reunited as former Verulam School pupils return to watch an unusual charity football game.

Olympic roles for Gosling and Uni

5:39pm Tuesday 4th March 2008

TWO sporting venues in Welwyn Hatfield have been selected to help visiting international teams prepare for the London Olympics.

Stars set for St Albans

St Albans & Harpenden Review: An artist's impression of how the site will look

2:08pm Tuesday 4th March 2008

SOME of the world's best sporting talents will be dropping into Oaklands College to gear up for the London Olympics.

Trampolining triumph

7:44am Monday 3rd March 2008

PUPILS at Nicholas Breakspear School will be showing off their dance, gymnastic and trampolining skills on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Danube delight for school musicians

11:14am Monday 25th February 2008

YOUNG musicians and singers from Beaumont School have just returned from a successful tour of Vienna.

Nursery is 'outstanding'

11:13am Saturday 23rd February 2008

An "outstanding" Radlett nursery leaves children thoroughly prepared for future life, according to a recent government report.

Crowd pleasing play

8:06am Saturday 23rd February 2008

Performing arts students from West Herts College gave a crowd pleasing performance in a conceptual play called Coram Man.

Coaches crash outside school

9:14am Thursday 21st February 2008

TWO coaches that crashed outside a St Albans school this morning have brought traffic to a standstill.

Uni stabbing sees curfew set

St Albans & Harpenden Review:

4:41pm Wednesday 20th February 2008

A FULL security review is underway at the University of Hertfordshire following a second stabbing near it's grounds in three months.

Chip shop champions at Beaumont

10:22am Monday 28th January 2008

STUDENTS at Beaumont School overcame real commercial problems such as fluctuating exchange rates, language barriers and finance shortages in a day-long business exercise.

Play Bus is a ticket to learn

St Albans & Harpenden Review: Christine, Kelly and Jane on the Play Bus with youngsters at the Park street travellers site.

8:41am Thursday 24th January 2008

Three successful sisters began life on a traveller site with little prospect of a decent education - but nearly 40 years on the trio enjoy prosperous careers.

Counting the cost of ID theft

St Albans & Harpenden Review: Sarah Harvey

7:23am Thursday 24th January 2008

LAST week, I went on a post-Christmas trip to Kuala Lumpur where I spent my entire life savings on a five-day shopping splurge.

Tough lesson on schooling

St Albans & Harpenden Review:

7:37am Wednesday 23rd January 2008

I HAD a very interesting lunch with a secondary school headteacher recently.

Students win for school

9:20am Sunday 13th January 2008

YOUNG winners of a Christmas Carol competition will be presented with top music equipment on Friday.

Schools score well in GCSE tables

5:01pm Friday 11th January 2008

PUPILS in the district again showed how bright they are in Government tables released this week.

Joy over school reprieve

5:21pm Thursday 10th January 2008

THE future of Harpenden's primary schools appears secure, with the withdrawal of a review into surplus places.

Parents urged: 'Talk about sex'

3:55pm Monday 7th January 2008

PARENTS across Hertfordshire are being urged to talk about the often avoided subject of sex and relationships with their children to help reduce unplanned pregnancies in 2008.

School benefits from scheme

8:41am Saturday 5th January 2008

A SCHOOL in St Albans has benefited from a cash boost of nearly £1,400 under a banking giant's new fundraising scheme.

University completes media centre

St Albans & Harpenden Review:

1:27pm Friday 4th January 2008

MEDIA equipment worth £2.5 million was installed at the University of Hertfordshire over the Christmas and New Year holiday.

Pioneering academic honoured

11:49am Friday 4th January 2008

AN academic from St Albans has been made a Member of the British Empire (MBE) for her work in modernising university education.

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