PARENTS are building closer links with their children’s primary school.
THE class of 2018 – who left Year 11 in the summer – were invited back to the school, in Harlow, to collect their GCSE certificates, receive various faculty awards for exceptional performance in a subject area and special awards.
YEAR 5 pupils from Roydon Primary Academy, in Roydon, visited Royal Gunpowder Mills.
CHILDREN with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) are turning their lives around through performing arts.
CHILDREN are being challenged to complete 50 activities before they leave their primary school.
Tany’s Dell to host a night of Christmas signed songs . Full details on poster.
A PACKED chamber saw the efforts of many many Harlow students recognised in the Harlow Educational Awards, 2018.
PUPILS at Cooks Spinney Primary Academy, in Harlow, have launched the Spinney Star to share news from their school and neighbourhood.
MIKE Wright, from Sheppard and Wright Butchers in Bush Fair, visited Passmores Academy this week to demonstrate the craft of butchery to some Year 10 catering students. They have been learning about Food Provenance, where our food comes from, so Mike agreed to teach the students in a very practical and interesting way. The students […]
THE Year 8 students from Burnt Mill Academy, in Harlow, competed against other schools from around the country to make it through to the next stage of the National Young Mathematician Competition.
LAST week, the Children and Families Minister Nadhim Zahawi visited the Treehouse Family Hub in Harlow to meet those working as part of the Essex Child and Family Wellbeing Service.
THOUSANDS of children missing out on key support for diagnosed special educational needs in England is a “national scandal”, Ofsted has said. Chief inspector of England’s schools, Amanda Spielman, reveals 4,000 children with official education, health and care plans (EHCs) setting out their needs receive no support at all. She also raises the issue of […]
DEFICIT levels among schools managed and maintained by Essex County Council (ECC) could rocket by more than fivefold in five years – if the same pressures facing one school in Chelmsford are felt across the county.
A PRE-SCHOOL based on the grounds of Holy Cross school has been highly praised by Ofsted.
DID you know, there are 40 types of penguins?
ROYDON Primary Academy, in Roydon, has appointed Year 6 pupils as leaders across the school.
Posts as leaders in reading, writing, maths.
KIDDI Caru’s 2019 calendar was launched this week, complete with a front cover design by Henry Grimley, one of the budding artists attending its Harlow day nursery.
A NURSERY based in Netteswell has been highly praised by Ofsted. The education inspectors came to Banana Moon Day Nursery based at Netteswell Hall Annexe in October. The report made the following observations: Children are very happy, confident and extremely well behaved. They show that they have excellent self-esteem and that they feel emotionally secure. […]
SAINT Nicholas School pupil, Albie Perkes, who is currently in Year 1, has won the Harlow Pets Corner scarecrow competition.
PROJECTS to increase the number of people trained in the construction industry and tackle skills shortages in the sector have secured funding through the Construction Skills Fund, provided by the Department for Education and managed by the CITB (Construction and Industry Training Board). Of the 26 projects in England to receive a share of more […]
ON Friday November 16th, Passmores Academy competed in the regional final of Raytheon’s 2018 Quadcopter Challenge.
THE Harvey Centre is set to host a movie awards night with a difference at their Cineworld Cinema on Thursday 29th November, complete with a red carpet and photo opportunities for all.
‘In The Making’ Opens For Business By Callum Hibberd ON Saturday, a shop completely run by the students from Harlow College’s supported studies department opened to the public. The shop, which was officially opened by Carly Duff, is to sell unique products which have been made from completely recycled products. All products have been made […]
Heroes and Villains meet Children in Need at Stewards Academy To support Children in Need 2018 the charity team at Stewards Academy decided on a theme of Heroes and Villains! All staff and pupils participated in a non-uniform day with many dressing up in their favourite hero or villain costume. A competition was held at […]