THE world of apprenticeships was opened up to students studying at a work-focused school.
CHILDREN with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) are turning their lives around through performing arts.
A PACKED chamber saw the efforts of many many Harlow students recognised in the Harlow Educational Awards, 2018.
MIKE Wright, from Sheppard and Wright Butchers in Bush Fair, visited Passmores Academy this week to demonstrate the craft of butchery to some Year 10 catering students. They have been learning about Food Provenance, where our food comes from, so Mike agreed to teach the students in a very practical and interesting way. The students […]
THE Year 8 students from Burnt Mill Academy, in Harlow, competed against other schools from around the country to make it through to the next stage of the National Young Mathematician Competition.
ON Friday November 16th, Passmores Academy competed in the regional final of Raytheon’s 2018 Quadcopter Challenge.
Heroes and Villains meet Children in Need at Stewards Academy To support Children in Need 2018 the charity team at Stewards Academy decided on a theme of Heroes and Villains! All staff and pupils participated in a non-uniform day with many dressing up in their favourite hero or villain costume. A competition was held at […]
TEENAGERS are looking forward to making a difference to lives in Cambodia.
Stewards Academy meets Shakespeare! Stewards Academy took to the stage as part of the Shakespeare Schools Festival last week. This is the 11th year that Stewards has been involved and, due to the high demand from our pupils, we continued with our tradition of performing two plays. This year audiences were treated to two of […]
THIRTY Passmores students were among those lucky enough to attend the first ever education matinee performance of ‘Hamilton’ earlier this week.
A group of nine Year 11 students from Epping are fundraising to make a difference to the lives of people in Cambodia.
IT has been three years since we last sat down and interviewed the chief executive of the Burnt Mill Academy Trust, Helena Mills.
PASSMORES Academy celebrated “Restart a Heart Day” recently, which was run by the British Red Cross. In the UK, the chances of surviving a cardiac arrest are just 1 in 10 – while in some parts of Norway, where children are taught CPR in schools, it’s as high as 1 in 4.
STEWARDS Academy’s Year 11 Art and Photography pupils were lucky enough to attend Kew Gardens, London as part of their Natural Forms coursework.
THE donation of computer equipment has enabled a school to launch a specialist club.
THE education of children attending Harlow’s newest secondary school will be enriched with an extra hour of opportunity each day.
STEWARDS Academy’s GCSE Performing Arts pupils enjoyed a trip to the Shaftesbury Theatre, London to see Motown the Musical in October 2018. What made the trip extra special was watching past pupil Amandla Elynah performing on stage as one of The Supremes! Amandla has previously visited the academy to talk to the Year 10 drama […]
A GROWING sixth form is proud of the environment and opportunities it has developed for young people. Epping St John’s School Sixth Form has been on a journey of transformation since relaunching recently. Students who are halfway through their courses showed signs of success this summer as they received their interim results. The busy sixth […]
NATIONAL Poetry Day was marked at Stewards Academy with a poetry writing competition and poetry readings in the comfort of the academy’s library.
A SCHOOL which teaches students how to rap is now introducing DJing into its modern curriculum.
PUPILS at Stewards Academy are incredibly lucky to have access to an extremely well-stocked library with a dedicated Librarian and a Reading Manager. A large variety of books are available for pupils across all reading abilities.
Stewards Academy meets Bake Off! STEWARDS Academy celebrated the European Day of Languages with a variety of activities including a ‘Language Detective Trail’ and a ‘Same Word, Different Meaning’ competition, with teachers greeting students in a variety of different languages throughout the day. The week culminated in a Great European Bake Off! Pupils from all […]
PARENTS and children are getting another opportunity to find out about Harlow’s newest secondary school this weekend.
PASSMORES headteacher Vic Goddard is set to join hundreds of headteachers at a march on Downing Street over continuing cuts to school budgets. YH went down to the school on Tracyes Road to find out more about the day of action, whether he will be joined by other Harlow heads and if Mr Goddard is […]