A record percentage of children in Essex have been offered a place at their parents’ first preference of primary school, Essex County Council has revealed.
YOUNG musicians are being introduced to opportunities within their home town.
Children treated the special women in their life to a day at school. ROYDON Primary Academy, invited mums, nans, aunts, sisters and stepmums to spend an afternoon with their children to mark Mother’s Day. Pupils and their 100 guests made arts and crafts together and played in the sunshine. Headteacher Michael Clark said: “At Roydon, […]
WEST Essex and East Herts charity, St Clare Hospice, has enlisted the support of local students at New City College, Epping Forest, to help put together the fruits of a four-month community art project called ‘Heart your Hospice’.
THE story is set in the American Wild West and follows Wilbur Hubbard, a wimpy cook who suddenly finds himself employed as sheriff, but does not feel up to the task.
A SCHOOL hall was turned into a concert hall when children got their first experience of a live gig.
LEADING building products manufacturer Forterra has announced Harlow College as one of six further education colleges in the UK to become London Brick Construction Hubs.
IN order to support autism awareness the young people of Passmores Academy enhanced provision have made this documentary.
YEAR 9 and 10 students at Burnt Mill Academy were selected to take part in the Brilliant Club by Cambridge University.
CULTURE Vultures is launching at Little Parndon Primary Academy, in Harlow, to raise awareness of the diversity of the families making up the community.
BY the time pupils leave Cooks Spinney Primary Academy, in Harlow, they will have read at least 36 full books, including the likes of Tom’s Midnight Garden, Iron Man, Jungle Book and Charlotte’s Web.
STEWARDS Academy celebrated their second ‘Reading Week’ of the academic year recently; this time with the theme of ‘Diaries’.
CHILDREN’S author Michael Rosen inspired a school to develop tomorrow’s performance poets.
ON Friday Mark Hall Academy students won best production and best actor at the Rudolph Walker Inter school awards at Epping College. Rudolph walker may not be well known in terms of his real name but everyone recognises the institution that he has become on Eastenders as the much loved Patrick Truman.
TWO cheerleading teams from Tany’s Dell Primary school went to Chelmsford on Thursday 28th March to represent Harlow in the Essex County Cheerleading finals. The teams had qualified after previously competing against other Harlow Primary Schools in the town’s own competition.
HOLY CROSS Catholic Primary Academy students and staff took part in a spring clean near to their Tracyes Road school.
THE short life of Stanley Montagu Phillibrown as read by the head of Humanities at Stewards Academy, Jamie King.
PUPILS at Freshwaters Primary Academy, in Harlow, got the opportunity to step inside a planetarium which spent the day at their school.
THE BMAT group of schools has invested in installing Daily Mile tracks at its primary schools in Harlow and Stansted.
A HARLOW primary school has made a fantastic effort in taking part in the Great British Spring Clean.
A hard-hitting reality check was given to students and their parents as they head towards exam season.
A SIMPLE school maintenance project unearthed a 1902 medal.
AN OLD Harlow school has been praised by Ofsted following an inspection in February. Ofsted came to Churchgate Street on Hobbs Cross Road in Old Harlow and made the following observations. This school continues to be good. The leadership team has maintained the good quality of education in the school since the previous inspection. Pupils, […]
AN array of musical talent from Stewards Academy was on display on Tuesday night.