HARLOW College photography students have helped create a nature-themed environment in a ward in The Princess Alexandra Hospital, by donating examples of their work to create a brighter space for patients.
THE Burnt Mill Academy Trust (BMAT) is holding its first careers day at Sir Charles Kao UTC, in Harlow.
ON Friday 19 January Harlow College was delighted to welcome Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, to meet staff and students to see how we are adding coding and app development to skills for our students in their future careers.
AS a part of a tour in Europe to promote Apple’s new university coding courses, Tim Cook sat down for a wide-ranging discussion during his stop at Harlow College. The first part of the discussion was about the utilization of technology both in and out of the classroom. Cook noted that even though Apple has […]
RELEASED in March 2017, Leigh partnered with his friend, Antoine to find the best way to promote their clothing. They currently sell jumpers, t-shirts, wristbands and key rings.
PASSMORES headteacher, Vic Goddard has appeared on the BBC to discuss the use of social media by pupils.
Aspiring chefs were put through their paces at Burnt Mill Academy following a visit from professional chef Ben Nottage.
THE most outstanding individuals and institutions that the FE sector has to offer have been recognised in the shortlist for the 2018 Tes FE Awards.
HARLOW Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Centre (HAMEC) has been chosen as a finalist in the Skills Innovation of the Year award at the 2018 Semta Skills Awards.
THE Minister of State for Climate Change and Industry, Claire Perry MP, was at London Stansted Airport to see the start of the construction phase of the new on-site technical college and to also launch the Government’s Industrial Strategy.
Gold Standard College students achieve top A Level results JUST like GB’s golden relay team at the athletics World Championships, Harlow College sixth form students have struck gold with yet another set of stunning A Level results, despite national uncertainty over the new exam syllabuses. This is the first year that most A Levels have […]
STUDENTS and staff at St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School are today celebrating another fantastic year, with students once again achieving excellent results, with many going on to universities, often the first in their family. Another superb pass rate was achieved with 96% of all A level examinations passed and 62% with grades A*-C. A […]
SIR Charles Kao UTC celebrated International Women in Engineering Day on Friday 23rd June, with a day of practical activities to encourage more women to take up engineering careers.
THE Sir Charles Kao University Technical College (UTC) has been told by government inspectors Ofsted that it “requires improvement”.
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.
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 […]
STUDENTS in Sir Charles Kao UTC’s sixth form have been receiving expert mentoring from engineers at GlaxoSmithKline to ensure they are well informed about their future career paths and options.
STUDENTS at Sir Charles Kao UTC treated to workshops from staff at GlaxoSmithKline, Raytheon and Pearson as part of their activity week celebrations.
STUDENTS from Sir Charles Kao UTC have been inspired by a visit to CERN, home of the Large Hadron Collider.
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.
ACCESS Aspiration hosted a student prize giving and celebration event at the House of Commons.
THE competition is led by the team who are building the Bloodhound project. The project aspires to break the 1000mph barrier and set a new world land speed record. As a result of the micro:bit model rocket car competition, they aim to inspire more young people into careers in science, technology, engineering and maths.
BTEC Engineering students from the GSK-sponsored Sir Charles Kao UTC visited GSK Ware on Friday 8th July. The Year 12 students took part in a variety of activities which will enrich their studies.
STUDENTS at Sir Charles Kao UTC planned for their future on Friday 1st July 2016, as they celebrated futures day.
During the event, students took part in a number of short workshops with a variety of organisations, each focussing on increasing the employability skills of students and their awareness of their future options. These included the Institute of Physics, Inspiring the Future, Public Health England and Alltogether.