MORE than 14,000 pupils who are due to start primary school in Essex for the first time from September have been offered their parents’ top preference of school.
REPORTS of UFOs and alien crash landings were the inspiration of the extraterrestrial-themed ‘Everybody Writes’ day, held at Purford Green Primary and Potter Street Academy recently.
HALF a million skips were achieved by youngsters in Harlow doing their bit for Sport Relief.
COCKROACHES, snakes and lizards were found in a primary school – much to the delight of pupils.
A WWII evacuee helped pupils to understand their history lessons.
A WEEK dedicated to books and reading inspired a love of literacy among children.
ABBOTSWELD Academy has launched their new and exciting Sense of SELF. This programme aims to widen children’s school experiences by giving them an opportunity to learn new skills that will help them to become life ready.
THE Burnt Mill Academy Trust (BMAT) Teaching School is holding a series of open events to promote the opportunities available to train to teach within its primary and secondary schools.
WHEN your headteacher belts out a tune on the guitar, you know it’s going to be a great day at school.
RECENTLY, a Harlow primary school opened it’s doors to Heartfulness UK, a non-profit organisation and registered charity who look to promote mediation and stress relief techniques for people to deal with their modern day busy lives.
CHILDREN stood and watched as a fire broke out at their school.
YEAR 6 pupils from Little Parndon Primary Academy, in Harlow, took a trip to the London newsroom of the national tabloid.
PEMBERLEY Academy has recently been shortlisted by Active Essex for an award given out to a nominated school in the county with the broadest provision for physical activity and sport, called ‘Education champion of the year’.
ST JAMES Primary school in Harlow has received a very positive inpection report from government watchdog Ofsted.
YOUNG people are celebrating LGBT History Month by taking pride in their family.
THE Trust – Burnt Mill Academy Trust – topped the national league tables this week for its results at Little Parndon, Freshwaters, Cooks Spinney and Roydon primary schools, in and near Harlow.
STAFF and pupils at Saint Nicholas School in Old Harlow are celebrating this week after receiving the top rating in a recent school inspection, carried out by the Independent School Inspectorate (ISI).
THE majority of the day was spent playing the group games (all 15 of them!) The standard of play was excellent and the level of competitive.
A 77-year-old former pupil of Roydon Primary School is helping to bring history to life for today’s children. Rob Harknett was a pupil at the school, then named Roydon County Primary School, between 1945 and 1953. His father Arthur attended in 1907 and his three siblings, seven cousins and two sons followed. The family moved […]
TALENTED writers worked with an author to brush up on their poetry skills.
NET Academies Trust are delighted to share the outcomes of three hugely positive Ofsted inspections that took place at its member schools in recent months. Abbotsweld Primary Academy, Longwood Primary Academy and Latton Green Primary Academy have all been inspected and rated ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ across all criteria, with inspectors highlighting management, personal development, behaviour […]
PRIMARY school children brought some Christmas cheer to elderly patients at Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAHT) in Harlow, when they came in to sing carols.
CHILDREN took part in Victorian games as part of their studies.
THE REMARKABLE turnaround in fortunes for Latton Green Primary school has been noted in a glowing report by Ofsted.