New guidelines for councils to tackle illegal traveller sites have been issued, to try and prevent another incident like Dale Farm.
Crays Hill Primary School in Billericay, which serves the Dale Farm Travellers' site, has been rated 'Good' by Ofsted.
Travellers evicted from Dale Farm in Essex 18 months ago have been given new hope of building legal homes on a site nearby.
Two travellers evicted from the Dale Farm site in Essex have won a High Court battle over appeal rights after being told they must move on from a new pitch.
Mary Flynn and her daughter Nora Sheridan moved to a roadway track near Dale Farm in November 2011, following the high profile eviction.
They and other Dale Farm travellers who also set up home at the track were served with enforcement notices by Basildon District Council in July 2012.
The planning inspectorate rejected an appeal against the Basildon Council plan to evict them. The High Court has now ruled the Inspectorate must review the case.
Councils are being told to get tough on illegal travellers' sites. The Local Government secretary and Brentwood and Ongar MP, Eric Pickles, sent local authorities guidance on what power they have.
He wants it to stop another episode like that at Dale Farm, but there's criticism from the travelling community. They say councils should focus on providing pitches rather than moving people on.
Land at the Dale Farm Travellers site near Basildon does not pose a health risk to those living nearby a report has found. The Environment Agency launched an investigation after fears the site, which had been used as a scrapyard before travellers moved in, had been contaminated.
Today it reported there is no significant risk of adverse effects on human health.
Crays Hill Primary in Billericay is best known for being the school attached to the Dale Farm Travellers site in Essex.
It has been the subject of rumours and bad press in the past, but today it has been celebrating a good Ofsted report, with much of its teaching rated outstanding.
Elodie Harper was granted exclusive access to film life at the school.
Councils are to be given tough new powers in order to stop illegal travellers' sites being set up it has been announced.
The Government says the move would prevent another Dale Farm from happening.
Under the plans, local authorities will be given greater freedom to issue "temporary stop notices" and issue unlimited fines, against travellers who try to breach planning rules.
Plans to open a new travellers site just 800 yards from the Dale Farm site in Essex have moved a step closer.
Councillors in Basildon, who fought a ten year legal battle to evict travellers illegally camped at Dale Farm, have agreed to lease land for the new site from the Home and Counties Agency.
It will provide 15 pitches for caravans and be run by a company that specialises in providing suitable accomodation for travellers.
Some of the travellers who were evicted from the illegal Dale Farm camp last year face being evicted again. After the eviction, they set up their caravans on Oak Lane next to their old site. But Basildon Council has now decided they must be moved on. Piers Hopkirk reports.