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IT WAS a Christmas carol concert with a difference at Cooks Spinney.
STUDENTS from Burnt Mill have been awarded brilliant results for GCSE Archaeology from the University of Cambridge.
ON Thursday 24th November Burnt Mill Academy hosted the first BMAT Primary Sports Mini Triathlon. Pupils from Cooks Spinney, Freshwaters and Little Parndon primaries competed in the event assisted by Burnt Mill Academy Sports Leader students.
THE outstanding educational progress of 84 young people was recognised at the annual Harlow Educational Progress Awards held last Thursday (24 November 2016) at the Civic Centre.
On Wednesday 16th November 16 students from Burnt Mill took part in the 2016 Shakespeare Schools Festival.
BURNT Mill Academy held a Halloween Disco for the Year 7 & 8 pupils. The event was organised by the student DJs who run the in school radio station, Radio Piccadilly, who also provided the music for the evening. Over 60 pupils attended the disco in an impressive range of fancy dress outfits, from Suicide Squad’s ‘Harley Quinn’ to the dark lord Darth Vader and enjoyed a selection of spooky treats and themed drinks.
A FORMER Harlow student is inspiring youngsters to follow their dreams as she prepares to work with the world’s top medical professionals.
Maddie Leadon left Burnt Mill Academy, in First Avenue, in 2010 with a crop of 12 A* GCSE grades and went on to earn her place at Corpus Christi College, in Cambridge, to study medicine.
BURNT Mill Multi-Academy Trust is holding an information evening for their new school, Sir Frederick Gibberd College. It will take place on Monday 17th October, 6:30pm at the Gibberd Gallery within Harlow Civic Centre, The Water Gardens, College Square, Harlow, CM20 9SB
A NEW headteacher has breathed positivity into Roydon Primary School just three weeks after he arrived.
Michael Clark joined Roydon Primary School, in Epping Road, Roydon, at the start of the new school year as head of school.
Miss Humphreys, Art Teacher said: “These fantastic students have all been so busy concentrating on their GCSE’s and they have stayed late to produce the work based on ‘New life’. I’m so proud of what they have managed to achieve and I hope visitors of PAH really enjoy the art these students have put so much effort into creating.”
The Sir Frederick Gibberd College is a free school sponsored by the Burnt Mill Academy Trust and aims to open in September 2018, with eight forms of entry for Year 7 students. From 2020 the College will be able to offer 250 Sixth Form places. It will have a special focus on offering “facilitating” subjects for university admissions at A level.
BURNT Mill Academy Trust have appointed Teresa Avey as the head for Freshwaters Primary School with current head Marios Solomonides set to take up a trust wide role. Mr Solomonides joined the school as Deputy Head in January 2012.
HARLOW MP, Robert Halfon was in Burnt Mill on Thursday afternoon. He met with Burnt Mill GCSE citizenship students. The students, in years 9 – 11, had an opportunity to ask Mr Halfon questions as well as answering his questions about life as a young person in Harlow.
BURNT Mill Academy Trust are pleased to announce the appointment of a Head of School for the new Magna Carta Primary Academy.
I would like to inform you of some changes to the Leadership Team at Cooks Spinney Primary Academy and Nursery. I will be taking on a new role of Executive Head Teacher for both Roydon Primary Academy and Cooks Spinney Primary Academy and Nursery.
A spokesperson for the Trust said: “Nothing has been decided yet. A statement from BMAT said: “BMAT is looking to make savings across the six schools to ensure we have high quality teachers and adults, providing children with opportunities to be highly successful learners. The trust is looking to make savings, like all public sector organisations, to ensure that we use the reducing financial resources to have the greatest impact on the education, wellbeing and safety of our children.
NEW mums and dads will welcome their babies into the world surrounded by colourful artwork.
Creative students at Burnt Mill Academy, in First Avenue, Harlow, have been commissioned to produce a series of paintings to brighten up the maternity unit of the Princess Alexandra Hospital in the town.
IT’S not just all about the children at Freshwaters Primary Academy. Mums and dads are also getting stuck in with school work and showing their children how important school is.
A WEEK-long book fair at Cooks Spinney Primary Academy, in Cooks Spinney, Harlow, helped to develop pupils’ interest in books and reading for pleasure.
THE works of Shakespeare were brought to life during a school festival. Students from Burnt Mill Academy, in First Avenue, Harlow, took part in the Shakespeare for Schools Festival at the Playhouse and took the challenge to turn a piece of work into a 30-minute performance.
THE magic of Disney will help get a school community in the Christmas spirit.
A team of 150 talented students at Burnt Mill Academy, in First Avenue, Harlow, are practising their lines and dance moves ahead of the Celebration of Disney production.
IT seems being just 13 and having an IQ higher than Albert Einstein and Professor Stephen Hawking puts you in great demand.
HUNDREDS of parents have already signed their support for a new free school and sixth form for Harlow.