THE Performing Arts department at Stewards Academy had a busy end of term with two events that showcased an incredible wealth of talent.
STEWARDS Academy celebrated the successes of its top sporting students at the annual Sports Presentation Evening. 65 students who had worked hard across the year
STEWARDS Academy welcomed Anne Wafula Strike MBE as our guest speaker for the annual Sports Motivation Day. Anne is a Paralympic Wheelchair racer and an Ambassador for ‘Play for Change’, a charity that supports those less fortunate to engage in sport.
PASSMORES Academy Pop Choir performed at Sumners Ward Assisted Home at the end of term to cheer up the residents.
THE cast and crew of the Passmores school production, ‘Sweet Charity’, received a much deserved standing ovation at the end of their first show, which is unprecedented for an opening night. Each of the following nights were received equally as well.
STEWARDS Academy has had an exceptionally successful year for its readers this year. All students use Renaissance Reading and have regular reading tests to monitor their progress.
In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a programme of local, self-organised events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience.
TWO of Passmores Academy’s brightest young innovators, Mollie Smith and Abbie Morris (Year 10), represented Passmores at the TeenTech Awards at the Royal Society of Science in London at the end of June.
STEWARDS Academy bid farewell to the Class of 2017 in style with students decked out in their finery as they headed down the red carpet to celebrate their 5 years here. The whole school turned out for the occasion along with very proud parents, carers, grandparents and extended family.
EIGHT teachers from Stewards Academy headed off to complete ‘The Three Peaks Challenge’ last month: This involved climbing the highest mountains in England, Wales and Scotland in a weekend!
GCSE Drama students at Stewards Academy were treated to a performance ‘Behind Closed Doors’ by a previous Stewards student, Chris Richards, and his fellow peers from Hertford Regional College for a performance ‘Behind Closed Doors’.
EIGHT students from Stewards Academy competed in the 2017 ADS UK Youth Rocketry Finals at Stow Maries Aerodrome. Following a fourth place position in the South-Eastern regional finals the group had a challenge on their hands against nine other regional finalists from across the country.
THE inspirational headteacher of the Burnt Mill Academy Trust has been made a Commander of the British Empire in Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
HARLOW students have entered the space race, triumphing in the national finals of a rocket building competition by taking first and third place.
THE number of pupils in current Year 4 surpasses the number of secondary school places available in Harlow secondary schools. Our town is forever growing and the population increasing.
EIGHTY KS3 students from Stewards Academy took part in the Junior Maths Challenge 2017 with great success.
IN April, we travelled to France and Belgium, as a part of our history trip – to well and truly understand the consequences of the First World War.
THERE were brilliant efforts all-round, and some excellent finishes, as the Essex County FA hosted the Under 14s Boys and Girls East Region Futsal Finals on Sunday 4th June at the Copper Box Arena in East London.
STEWARDS Academy welcomed representatives from the National Citizen Service (NCS) in to a recent year 11 assembly to celebrate our achievement in getting students involved. With 70 students ready to take part in this year’s programme Stewards is number one in Essex and second in both Hertfordshire and Essex.
PASSMORES Academy Year 9 GCSE music pupils were treated to a morning workshop from Essex Music Hub’s ‘5Live Wind Quintet’ on Friday 26th May.
STEWARDS Academy students from the Raspberry Pi computer programming club won their way into the semi-finals at the Pi Noon event during the annual Pi Wars challenge held in Cambridge University.
STEWARDS Academy drew an enthusiastic audience to support their third Cultural Fashion Event. All of the 180 pupils involved were members of the longstanding and award-winning Ethnic Minority Pupil Voice group (EMPV).
ETHAN Baldry represented Stewards Academy at the Jack Petchey ‘Speak Out Challenge’ regional final at Passmores Academy on Wednesday 10th May. He was selected after his successful participation in a workshop designed to improve confidence in public speaking and his presentation on a topic that was important to him.
STEWARDS Academy is very proud of year 9 pupil Libby Morland-Banks for her latest selfless act for a good cause. She was a recipient of the Jack Petchey award last year when she cut off 17cm of her hair for the Little Princess Trust.