THURSDAY 14th February saw the culmination and celebration of a Cambridge University Scholar’s Programme for 12 pupils from Stewards Academy with a graduation ceremony at SOAS University.
THE Aviation Minister Liz Sugg met with young female students at Stansted Airport College ahead of International Women’s Day to see some of the work London Stansted Airport does to encourage girls into aviation careers.
CLOUDFM is delighted to announce that prestigious leader in skills development, City & Guilds, has accredited the facilities management company’s Academy to deliver qualifications on behalf of the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM).
A RECYCLING mission saw primary school children collect 22,380 batteries in just one month.
MORE than 13,500 pupils who are due to start secondary school in Essex in September 2019 have been offered their parents’ top preference of school.
STEWARDS Academy Art and Photography department took GCSE pupils to explore the amazing sites available in London; these included the V&A Museum and Tate.
Pear Tree Mead to host a Pop-Up Circus. Full details on poster.
INSPECTORS paid their first visit to the school in February since it was judged to be Good in July 2015.
A SCHOOL is working to raise vital funds for a local hospice.
STEWARDS Academy recently welcomed performing arts students and staff from Hertford Regional College. The students performed two devised pieces that explored topics of male depression-‘Men Suffer Too’ and catfishing on the internet- ‘What Goes on in the Inside’.
DAVID Bown, the Headmaster of Saint Nicholas School in Old Harlow has died after a car struck him early on the evening of Friday 22nd February whilst he was out walking in the Brecon Beacons with his teenage son. David 50, who was originally from Wales, had returned to Cardiff to watch this weekend’s rugby international.
TEENAGERS are now able to respond to emergency situations after undergoing first aid training.
EASTENDERS actor Ricky Norwood is devoting time to developing the talents of Harlow youngsters.
HARLOW children are starting their school day by feeding their brains with a free snack.
EVERY student in a Harlow secondary school is rolling up their sleeves and cleaning up their environment. Burnt Mill Academy head girl Georgia Bailey and head boy Matthew Hart felt the school grounds were becoming untidy with too much litter dropped on the floor. So they set about putting together a litter picking timetable to […]
THE Pemberley staff band have this week seen their end of half term concert for the children go viral with the video being watched as far away as India and South Africa.
BUILDING specialist Caledonian has secured the contract to build the new Sir Frederick Gibberd College in Harlow.
TWO Harlow school girls are proving they are among the best in the country at trampolining. Burnt Mill Academy students Shannon Waterman and Lois Tappenden represent their school in national competitions in the sport. Year 8 Shannon, a member of Flight Trampoline Club, has qualified for the British Schools Gymnastics Association National Trampoline Finals which […]
ROYDON Primary Academy prides itself on having a reading culture and doing all it can to encourage children to read for pleasure.
Year 6 reading leaders – chosen as ambassadors to encourage peers to read – decided the library needed to have a makeover to reflect its importance in the school.
LOCAL fine artist Jack Freeman, recently stopped by Passmores Academy to hold an interactive portraiture session for pupils and staff. Jack demonstrated the techniques and styles that he most often uses within his portraiture work as well as his use of charcoal as his material of choice.
PEOPLE who help us have been introducing themselves to nursery children.
COMPETITION was fierce at the annual Battle of the Bands competition! On Wednesday 13th February, four rock bands and the concert band from Mark Hall Academy brought their musical talent to Harlow College to win the judges’ vote.
ONCE again, the choir at Latton Green travelled to the O2 to showcase their hard work and dedication. They have worked tirelessly over the past four months and finally it was the big day.
DETERMINED teenagers are attending school six days a week in an effort to achieve their full potential. Aspirations sessions have been launched on Saturdays at Epping St John’s School, in Epping, to give Year 11 students extra time in the classroom to prepare for their GCSE exams. Sessions focusing on every subject are being offered […]