STEWARDS Academy’s annual trip to New York was an eventful one this year. After a 5am meet on the day of travel the students were very excited to touch down in New York hours later. Little did we know however that a winter storm was about to hit the East Coast!
A former St Mark’s pupil and current professional footballer, Danny Green, presented an inspirational assembly to the KS4 cohort as well as those in KS3 who are teamed with clubs such as Tottenham and Arsenal.
STEWARDS Academy returned to the beautiful heights of Austria for a fun filled week of skiing and activities. Upon arrival to the fantastic region of Eben, the group was greeted with beautiful blue skies and warm sunny weather, a feature that would remain with them for almost the entirety of the week.
o celebrate World Book Day, 2 March, staff at St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School came into school dressed as various characters from Literature. Pupils took part in a competition, organised by Ms Lewis KS3 Coordinator for the English Department, to name the character, book/play and author.
Congratulations to Alfie Dollard 10 Fisher, St Mark’s Jack Petchey Award winner for January.
A NUMBER of Stewards Academy students thoroughly enjoyed a trip to the BETT show (British Educations Training and Technology) held at ExCeL London, alongside Mr Cooper and Mr Flood.
FIFTY year 9 students from Stewards Academy found a recent trip to the Imperial War Museum in London an engaging and thoughtful experience.
STEWARDS Sound participated in the Glee Club Challenge for the first time this year and made it through to the Regional Finals, as one of 12 groups selected in the local area, a fantastic achievement!
AUDIENCES were transported back in time to Ancient China last night when students from Passmores, Purford Green and Potter Street unveiled their stage adaptation of the classic Chinese folk tale, Mulan.
YEAR 7 pupils from St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School travelled to the O2 Arena this week to be part of the world’s largest children’s choir at the Young Voices event.
STEWARDS Academy recently welcomed members of our governing body and colleagues from local businesses and the community to assist in the annual Mock Interviews for our Year 11 students.
A paramedic has written to the head of Passmores Academy praising the kindness of student who came to the aide of an elderly lady who suffered a fall.
STEWARDS Academy recently passed through the final assessment for the ROQA (Recognition of Quality Award) in Careers and Work Related Learning and on 29th November received official recognition at the Awards Event at County Hall Chelmsford.
STUDENTS from Burnt Mill have been awarded brilliant results for GCSE Archaeology from the University of Cambridge.
Academy Transformation Trust is a not for profit trust working with primary and secondary academies and further education providers in the Midlands, East of England and South East.
STEWARDS Academy was delighted to be involved with a new project that encourages KS3 students into Physics.
PASSMORES Academy rugby players had the honour of playing at the home English rugby, Twickenham. The pupils got to play rugby and met the England coach, Eddie Jones.
STEWARDS Academy played host to Finnish pupils and teachers from Puistola School, our partner school in Helsinki, Finland. The partnership between our two schools
STEWARDS Academy rose to the Children in Need challenge again with lots of fundraising.
THROUGH the Varsity Match initiative to inspire the future generation of rugby players, students from Passmores Academy in Harlow have won one of four special coaching clinics that will take place at Twickenham, the Home of England Rugby, on Thursday 8th December.
THERE was a festive buzz in the air on Sunday 20 November at our annual Christmas Fayre.
CITIZENSHIP students from Passmores Academy raised just over £150 on Friday in two hours for their Christmas hampers for the elderly.
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.
YEAR 9 students at Stewards Academy were lucky enough to see a performance of the play ‘Perfect’ by a professional group sponsored by Essex Highways Road Safety Division. This play is being shown in many schools around Essex in an attempt to reduce road casualties.