STEWARDS Sports Hall will enable us to provide indoor PE lessons during wet weather and provide a broader range of sports such as basketball and badminton to appeal more widely to young people. It will provide them with the opportunity to broaden their skills and maintain a healthy lifestyle as they grow up.
HARLOW College Level 2 Media students have been working on a crucial project with the East of England Ambulance Service to produce materials highlighting the damaging effects that hoax calls can have on the ambulance service and members of the public, often depriving them the chance of a speedy response when they need it most.
STEWARDS Academy year eight charity representatives excelled themselves on Red Nose Day as the Academy raised over £1000 for the charity.
IN September 2016, the Department of Education had approved Burnt Mill Co-operative Trust’s application to open a new school with a sixth form in Harlow.
STEWARDS Academy played host to Kingsmoor Academy when the pupils visited Stewards to take part in a number of science investigations all related to water. Year 3 – 6 pupils set off Hydrogen/Oxygen Rockets making water in the process. They got to use a Bunsen burner and they tested different foods for the presence of water.
FOLLOWING successful performances in the Harlow School Sports Partnership Cross Country event on Tuesday 7th March, four pupils from Latton Green Primary Academy qualified for the finals.
THE children and staff at Harlow’s Kiddi Caru day nursery donned their aprons and got baking to raise money for Comic Relief.
SCHOOLS across the Burnt Mill Academy Trust took part in Red Nose Day fundraising activities. Cooks Spinney, Freshwaters, Little Parndon and Roydon primaries
AFTER over 27 years of committed service, with a relentless drive to ensure pupils get the very best educational experience, the Headteacher of Stewards Academy, Rhonda Murthar will be retiring this summer.
TWO colleges have joined forces in a Home Office-funded project exploring the themes of community cohesion and the issues of far-right extremism.
STEWARDS Academy was thrilled to welcome back former Newfoundland trainee teacher Dr Robert Anstey for a flying visit last week. Dr Anstey has remained in close contact with his former History department colleague Deputy Headteacher Marie Erwood, since he completed his teacher training at Stewards in 1994.
DURING the last week, pupils at Purford Green Primary School have been building up to their big celebration of Harlow’s 70th Birthday.
ALL e-books will be in one location and new titles will be added every month
DOZENS of former teachers are on the path back into teaching after a successful campaign to help tackle the recruitment challenge facing schools in Essex.
TWELVE children from Holy Cross Catholic Primary Academy, have been chosen to join the Commonwealth Youth Choir.
STUDENTS from Stewards Academy were lucky enough to be involved with the Google DeepMind event organised in celebration of International Women’s Day on 8th March. Twelve year 10 girls were accompanied by two members of staff as they experienced a range of activities.
A Harlow primary school is eagerly awaiting a visit from Ofsted, having gained high praise from a variety of education leaders.
HUNDREDS of pupils in Harlow were given the opportunity to take part in interactive workshops carried out by Public Health England scientists as part of National British Science Week.
KIDDI Caru’s Day nursery in Harlow was a riot of colour yesterday as the children and staff enjoyed celebrating Holi.
THE new Harlow Advanced Manufacturing & Engineering Centre (HAMEC) was officially opened on Friday 10th March by the Rt Hon Robert Halfon MP, Minister of State for Apprenticeships and Skills. HAMEC will be focused across key engineering areas covering Advanced Manufacturing, Operational Maintenance and Civil Engineering, allowing learners a full range of learning and skills […]
STEWARDS Academy’s annual trip to New York was an eventful one this year. After a 5am meet on the day of travel the students were very excited to touch down in New York hours later. Little did we know however that a winter storm was about to hit the East Coast!
A former St Mark’s pupil and current professional footballer, Danny Green, presented an inspirational assembly to the KS4 cohort as well as those in KS3 who are teamed with clubs such as Tottenham and Arsenal.
LATTON Green Primary was alive with an extra dose of energy on Friday 24th February as they celebrated their very first Spanish Day! The event was organised to reward pupils for their positive attitude to learning Spanish.
STAFF at Burnt Mill Academy took part in a 24 hour cycling challenge through Friday and Saturday (March 10th and 11th).