THERE was plenty of action and adventure for Year 6 pupils from Purford Green Primary and Potter Street Academy recently, when they visited Kingswood Activity Centre in Kent.
A NEW school choir is already getting snapped up to perform at various events in its first few weeks. Cooks Spinney Primary Academy, in Harlow, launched its Voices of the Future choir just last month and the requests for appearances are already mounting. As a result, they are now booked to entertain […]
THE environment of a primary school will soon match the quality of education it provides.
ST LUKE’S Catholic Academy has been highly praised by Ofsted after a recent inspection by the government inspectors.
RECEPTION pupils enjoyed their very first school journey.
ART students at Pear Tree Mead Academy have joined the Memory Project, a charitable nonprofit organization that invites art teachers and their students to create and donate portraits to youth around the world who have faced substantial challenges,
YEAR 5 pupils from Potter Street Academy and Purford Green Primary experienced life at secondary school when they spent a week at partner school, Passmores Academy recently.
SHOCKED pupils arrived in school to find a murder scene in their classroom. Instead of panicking, Year 5 pupils at Freshwaters Primary Academy, in Harlow, donned their overalls and launched an investigation. The year group has been studying Macbeth and on finding the murder scene, began writing diary entries and newspaper articles about events leading […]
ACTIVE youngsters in Roydon are improving their lifestyles by taking part in the Daily Mile.
PEMBERLEY Academy has been judged as Good by OFSTED this month, which is the first formal inspection since the school opened in September 2015.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a Harlow lollipop man who has died. Kevin Fewell, was a lollipop man from William Martin school on Tawneys Road in Harlow. A spokesperson for Essex County Council said: “We were greatly saddened to learn of the sudden passing of Kevin Fewell. “Kevin had been the school crossing patroller for […]
CHILDREN got a unique opportunity to watch the dress rehearsal of a West End show.
CHURCH Langley Primary has been praised by school inspectors, Ofsted, after a short inspecton.
THE Saint Nicholas school gymnasts have taken the top spot at the Harlow Key Steps Gymnastics Competition held last Thursday. After some strong competition from the other Harlow schools that took part, Saint Nicholas School secured success in both the Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 categories and both winning teams now qualify to […]
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.