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.
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.
PUPILS at Cooks Spinney Primary Academy, in Harlow, have launched the Spinney Star to share news from their school and neighbourhood.
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.
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.
THE challenge is on as teachers – and a student – battle it out to produce the best facial hair for Movember. The Movember Foundation is on a mission to stop men dying too young by encouraging them to talk more about prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide. At Burnt Mill Academy, in […]
‘Not the royal variety performance’ is coming to burnt mill social club on February 15th to raise money for Streets 2 Homes.
A £10,000 piece of equipment used for drug-testing athletes helped students with their studies.
Teenagers from Harlow and Epping went head to head designing and programming a robot as part of a ‘Lego Challenge’.
Burnt Mill’s young sports leaders awarded for their work with children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
YOUNG sports leaders have been awarded for their work with children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
STUDENTS at Harlow’s first specialist STEM school have got on their bikes to provide extra facilities.
Primary school children took a leap of faith and headed off on a residential trip. Year 5 and 6 pupils from Roydon Primary Academy, in Roydon, spent three days at the Kingwood activity camp in Kent. The group of 42 pupils took part in wall-climbing and high rope activities the leap of faith, high equilibrium […]
TRANSFORMING a library with floor to ceiling book characters has heralded the start of a literacy push at a primary school. Cooks Spinney Primary Academy, in Harlow, is pulling out all the stops to ensure children have a love of books and read as much as possible. A graffiti artist has given the library a […]
IT has been three years since we last sat down and interviewed the chief executive of the Burnt Mill Academy Trust, Helena Mills.
YOUNG people took time out to honour the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.
ON THURSDAY afternoon, Simon Rowell gathered family and friends in the playground of Little Parndon primary school to open a new memory garden.
THE donation of computer equipment has enabled a school to launch a specialist club.
PRIMARY school children are getting prepared for their first residential school trip.
THE education of children attending Harlow’s newest secondary school will be enriched with an extra hour of opportunity each day.
CHILDREN needing some time out during the school day now have their own peaceful space.
Epping St John’s School, in Epping, has revamped an area where vulnerable students can go to relax and step away from the hustle and bustle of school life.
YEAR 9 to 13 students at Epping St John’s School, in Epping, took the opportunity to put on an art gallery at neighbouring St John Church.