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PLANS to build three terraced homes on land unofficially used as a car park in Croxley Green were approved last night (16).
The site, opposite Rickmansworth School in Scots Hill, has for many years been used informally by students during the day and residents during evenings and weekends, when parking spaces are in short supply.
A number of residents opposed the proposals, submitted by Hertfordshire County Council, which owns the land.
PUPILS at Rickmansworth School in Croxley Green were celebrating after receiving their A-level grades last week.
Deputy headmaster, Tim Griffiths, said: "We have had some very pleasing results and most of our students have secured university places.
"We are particularly proud of the students on the extended project qualification, with many achieving A* grades."
The school, together with Joan of Arc School in High Street, Rickmansworth, has yet to release its A-level results data.
PUPILS at Rickmansworth School spent a day in the sunshine perfecting their swing at a nearby golf course.
About 20 teenagers aged 13-15, plus five teachers from the school, in Scots Hill, Croxley Green, enjoyed an afternoon at the 9 of Herts Golf Course in London Road, Rickmansworth.
KAYAKING, archery and fencing were among the activities enjoyed by pupils at Rickmansworth School to mark National School Sports Week.
Year seven to year 10 students at the school, in Scots Hill, Croxley Green, were given a break from lessons to try their hand at eight different Olympic and Paralympic games, followed by a rounders competition and a cricket match between year 13 and teachers.
As part of a closing ceremony and to celebrate the sporting achievements of the week, children from the entire school stood shoulder to shoulder wearing t-shirts representing the colours of the Olympic rings, before releasing hundreds of coloured balloons into the sky.
EIGHT primary and secondary schools across Three Rivers have registered an interest in becoming academies.
Schools which choose to become an academy will be independent from council control but remain state-funded, and may receive additional support from private sponsors.
They will have freedom from the National Curriculum and control over pay and conditions for staff, as well as the length of school days and terms.