STEWARDS Academy recently hosted a production funded by the Essex County Council Youth Strategy Group called ‘Chelsea’s Choice’.
PASSMORES Academy welcomed a record number of visitors to Open Evening this term, as prospective students and their families.
DURING the summer the College held its annual Runway Fashion Show, showcasing the amazing collections created throughout the year by our Level 3 Fashion students, who worked on live briefs with prestigious clients such as Menswear at Debenhams and Diesel. Menswear at Debenhams The brief was to design and create a menswear garment, working with […]
PROGRESS 8 figures released this week confirm Burnt Mill Academy is in the top 12 per cent of schools nationally.
UNIVERSITIES across the region have received a multi-million pound funding boost to improve their links with business. Universities minister Jo Johnson has announced a £4.7million investment to improve productivity in the eastern region by encouraging collaboration between universities and businesses. The money will go to the Eastern Academic Research Consortium (Eastern ARC), which comprises the […]
THE Burnt Mill Academy Trust (BMAT) is responsible for schools in Harlow and Stansted with a reputation for transforming standards and achievements. After a year of research, the Trust is working to introduce a unique curriculum across its primary and secondary schools to prepare young people for the competitive world. The curriculum will be tailored […]
NET Academies Trust and Abbotsweld Primary Academy are proud to share the result of the Ofsted inspection that took place on 20/21 September 2017
STEWARDS Academy was invited for the third time to take pupil delegates along to the annual PTI Primary Headteachers’ Residential Conference. This year the conference took place at Theobalds Park in Hertfordshire.
CHILDREN with dyslexia have received a personal message of encouragement from The Saturdays singer Mollie King.
ON Tuesday 10th October 2017, staff and students at Passmores supported the World Mental Health Day campaign and went bright for the day.
STUDENTS study two complete GCSE courses in one year, rather than the traditional three years, and enter Year 11 having already banked four GCSE qualifications.
AT the beginning of September, two representatives from the Passmores Student Pedagogy Team, travelled to Switzerland to speak about our role in improving teaching and learning in our school.
A group of Passmores Year 10 enjoyed their visit to Emmanuel College, Cambridge and discovered all about the application process to the prestigious university.
THOUSANDS of school pupils in Essex will benefit from a new project aiming to improve the progress and attainment of boys in reading. Essex County Council has been awarded £500,000 from the Government’s Strategic School Improvement Fund for a project to help improve educational outcomes for boys in Key Stages 1 to 3. The collaborative […]
Exciting new Essex careers information booklet available for school students PUPILS across Harlow can access free information to find out about the amazing careers available across the county by reading the latest ‘What’s Your Thing?’ careers information booklet. The ‘What’s Your Thing?’ booklet is unique to Essex and is packed full of valuable information to […]
THE Primary Stars kit and equipment pack contains 13 Nike football kits with the Premier League logo which can be worn by players in football matches or tournaments.
THE Harlow Fields School and College open evening. Tours are available during the day see Website for details: www.harlowfields.essex.sch.uk
THE aim of this course is for learners to have an opportunity to explore what mental health wellbeing and recovery means to them.
YOUNG people in Harlow are encouraged to sign up for this autumn’s Duke of Edinburgh’s Award programme.
PUPILS at Little Parndon Primary Academy, in Harlow, dressed as their favourite Roald Dahl character as part of Roald Dahl Day.
CHILDREN took a step back in time to learn about the Victorians. Year 5 pupils from Roydon Primary Academy, in Harlow, visited the Royal Gunpowder Mills, in Waltham Abbey, for a Victorian day. Matt Girvan, Year 5 teacher, said: “The annual trip was fantastic, as always. The class got to experience what life would have […]
THE leadership of Burnt Mill Academy is being strengthened further – by a former Harlow schoolgirl.
A “sensational” open evening saw parents flock to check out the transformed Epping St John’s School.
STEWARDS Academy was overwhelmed by a huge number of people attending the annual Open Day. Several tours went around school during the day, led by School Council members and Prefects who were so proud to be able to show off their school.