There’s still time to get your tickets for Royston’s 2018 pantomime, if you’re quick!
A post to lead a new through school in Royston is being advertised nationally.
A business plan and the results from a consultation looking into merging three Royston schools have been sent to the Department for Education for consideration.
Meridian School has been a Christmas Collection Point for the Royston Foodbank once again this year.
The only sixth form college in Royston will no longer provide courses at its designated centre in the town from 2018/2019.
A magnificently macabre musical is coming to Royston’s Meridian School next weekend.
The consultation into the Royston schools merger will open on Friday for the community to submit their views.
Hundreds of visitors turned out last Thursday for the school’s latest open evening.
North East Herts MP Sir Oliver Heald has held a meeting with the chair of Royston Schools Academy Trust about the schools merger, ahead of more details of the move being announced next week.
Parents of children affected by the Royston schools merger proposals packed into two meetings called ‘to help shape the new school’ – and many came away with more questions than answers.
Royston Arts Festival will bring a host of top entertainment, performances, and workshops to the town this weekend – all with the theme ‘changes’.
The date has been announced for the Royston Schools Academy Trust’s meeting on the proposals which will see three of the town’s schools merge to form one academy.
The Corvus Amateur Drama Society has been busy over the summer preparing for their next production, Pygmalion – performed as part of the Royston Arts Festival.
Students at Royston’s Meridian Sixth Form College have been praised for their “brilliant” performances after receiving their A-level results this morning.
Thieves broke into the grounds of a Royston school at the weekend and stole chainsaws and gardening equipment.
Students from Meridian School have joined a project turning tales from Royston and the surrounding villages into songs.
Royston’s Meridian School is to bid farewell to a long-serving teacher and former student, who has been an “integral” part of the school for 25 years.
Meridian school has been a hive of activity with hundreds of schoolchildren from Royston, the surrounding villages, and beyond heading to the site for a special sporting event and enrichment activity day.
Staff at a Royston school were delighted to announce that the community’s generosity has meant they have bought two life-saving defibrillators after they launched an appeal to drum up funds.
Meridian School’s Year 10 netball team have been crowned district champions for the second successive year.