Stewards Academy receive award for excellent services

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.

Burnt Mills did deep for archaeology award

STUDENTS from Burnt Mill have been awarded brilliant results for GCSE Archaeology from the University of Cambridge.

Harlow students praised at awards ceremony

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 students visit Cambridge

STEWARDS Academy was delighted to be involved with a new project that encourages KS3 students into Physics.

Passmores rugby players make it to Twickenham

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.

Finnish exchange students Stewards Academy

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 go all spotty for Children in Need

STEWARDS Academy rose to the Children in Need challenge again with lots of fundraising.

Passmores Academy win private rugby skills clinic with England Head Coach Eddie Jones

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.

St Mark’s Christmas Fayre

THERE was a festive buzz in the air on Sunday 20 November at our annual Christmas Fayre.

You’re Hired!: Passmores students raise hundreds at Harvey Centre

CITIZENSHIP students from Passmores Academy raised just over £150 on Friday in two hours for their Christmas hampers for the elderly.

Harlow students lauded at Education Awards

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.

Stewards Academy impressed by “Perfect” performance

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.

Stewards Academy photography students visit Gibberd Garden

YEAR 9 photography students from Stewards Academy ventured out on a misty morning for an excursion to the Gibberd Garden; a local landmark filled with sculptures, natural greenery and an abundance of photographic hotspots waiting for the next photographer to illustrate their wonders.

Stewards Academy’s youngest go up to university

STEWARDS Academy students attended university some years earlier than usual when a group of 14 Year 7 pupils travelled to the University of Essex at Colchester.

St Mark’s ist wunderbar!

THIRTY-Eight pupils have just come back from a four-day trip to the German capital, exploring
sites, from the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag to Frederick the Great’s palaces in Potsdam and a World War II bunker complex.

Sixth Form Open Evening at St Mark’s

OVER 30, yes that is 30 subjects can be studied at A Level at St Mark’s West Essex Catholic Academy.

Fright night at Burnt Mill’s Halloween party!

BURNT Mill Academy held a Halloween Disco for the Year 7 & 8 pupils. The event was organised by the student DJs who run the in school radio station, Radio Piccadilly, who also provided the music for the evening. Over 60 pupils attended the disco in an impressive range of fancy dress outfits, from Suicide Squad’s ‘Harley Quinn’ to the dark lord Darth Vader and enjoyed a selection of spooky treats and themed drinks.

Stewards and Longwood students to be recognised at Wellbeing awards

ON World Mental Health Day (10th October) two Harlow schools are being recognised for their commitment to children and young people’s mental health. Longwood Primary Academy and Stewards Academy will both be represented by finalists at the Wellbeing in Schools Awards, organised by children’s mental health charity Place2Be and supported by The Garfield Weston Foundation.

Burnt Mill Academy students create art for Princess Alexandra Hospitals Maternity Unit

Miss Humphreys, Art Teacher said: “These fantastic students have all been so busy concentrating on their GCSE’s and they have stayed late to produce the work based on ‘New life’. I’m so proud of what they have managed to achieve and I hope visitors of PAH really enjoy the art these students have put so much effort into creating.”

Delight as Burnt Mill gets green light for new school

The Sir Frederick Gibberd College is a free school sponsored by the Burnt Mill Academy Trust and aims to open in September 2018, with eight forms of entry for Year 7 students. From 2020 the College will be able to offer 250 Sixth Form places. It will have a special focus on offering “facilitating” subjects for university admissions at A level.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visits Stewards Academy

THE DUKE and Duchess of Cambridge visited Stewards Academy in Harlow today (Friday). The royal couple came to visit as part of their Heads Together campaign.

Very high standards maintained for St Marks on GCSE results day

ON GCSE Results Day 2016, St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School were celebrating an excellent set of results that yet again demonstrate strong English Baccalaureate, progress, group and individual success.

St Mark’s celebrates outstanding A Level results

STUDENTS and staff at St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School celebrated another remarkable year, with students once again achieving great results and many going on to universities, often the first in their family to do so.

Stewards students visit Helsinki

RECENTLY, seven pupils from years 9 and 10 along with Ms Murthar and Mr Hickman visited Puistola School in Helsinki, Finland.


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