IN order to support autism awareness the young people of Passmores Academy enhanced provision have made this documentary.
YEAR 9 and 10 students at Burnt Mill Academy were selected to take part in the Brilliant Club by Cambridge University.
STEWARDS Academy celebrated their second ‘Reading Week’ of the academic year recently; this time with the theme of ‘Diaries’.
ON Friday Mark Hall Academy students won best production and best actor at the Rudolph Walker Inter school awards at Epping College. Rudolph walker may not be well known in terms of his real name but everyone recognises the institution that he has become on Eastenders as the much loved Patrick Truman.
THE short life of Stanley Montagu Phillibrown as read by the head of Humanities at Stewards Academy, Jamie King.
A hard-hitting reality check was given to students and their parents as they head towards exam season.
NEW habits are being cultivated in young people to give them access to a worldly-wise future.
THE work of 13 Year 7, 8 and 10 students from Forest Hall School forms part of the Library At Night project at Harlow Library.
Sport: St Mark’s netballers produce clean sweep against Stewards
THE short life of Henry Belbie as read out by Burnt Mill Academy student Ashley.
PASSMORES Academy’s English department recently took on the monumental task of putting on the play of Jekyll and Hyde; not only is it a very difficult text to study, it is also originally a novel.
SIXTEEN pupils from Stewards Academy attended Stratford Magistrates Court on Saturday 9th March to take part in the national Young Citizens Mock Magistrates’ Court competition.
Football v Stewards Year 8 lost 0-2 Year 10 won 5-1 Football v Ongar Year 8 won 4-0 Year 10 won 3-0 Netball v Passmores Year 7 won 20-0 Year 8 lost 0-25 Year 9 lost 14-40 Year 10/11 won 16-4 Netball v St Nicholas Year 7 won 18-6 Year 9 won 23-8 Tweet
YEAR 10 students at BMAT STEM Academy, in Harlow, have launched the STEM Academy Green Army (SAGA) with a mission to make their school more green and eco-friendly.
THURSDAY 14th February saw the culmination and celebration of a Cambridge University Scholar’s Programme for 12 pupils from Stewards Academy with a graduation ceremony at SOAS University.
STEWARDS Academy Art and Photography department took GCSE pupils to explore the amazing sites available in London; these included the V&A Museum and Tate.
A SCHOOL is working to raise vital funds for a local hospice.
STEWARDS Academy recently welcomed performing arts students and staff from Hertford Regional College. The students performed two devised pieces that explored topics of male depression-‘Men Suffer Too’ and catfishing on the internet- ‘What Goes on in the Inside’.
EASTENDERS actor Ricky Norwood is devoting time to developing the talents of Harlow youngsters.
EVERY student in a Harlow secondary school is rolling up their sleeves and cleaning up their environment. Burnt Mill Academy head girl Georgia Bailey and head boy Matthew Hart felt the school grounds were becoming untidy with too much litter dropped on the floor. So they set about putting together a litter picking timetable to […]
TWO Harlow school girls are proving they are among the best in the country at trampolining. Burnt Mill Academy students Shannon Waterman and Lois Tappenden represent their school in national competitions in the sport. Year 8 Shannon, a member of Flight Trampoline Club, has qualified for the British Schools Gymnastics Association National Trampoline Finals which […]
LOCAL fine artist Jack Freeman, recently stopped by Passmores Academy to hold an interactive portraiture session for pupils and staff. Jack demonstrated the techniques and styles that he most often uses within his portraiture work as well as his use of charcoal as his material of choice.
COMPETITION was fierce at the annual Battle of the Bands competition! On Wednesday 13th February, four rock bands and the concert band from Mark Hall Academy brought their musical talent to Harlow College to win the judges’ vote.
ON Friday 8th of February, Passmores Academy took forty keen scientists to the Apollo Victoria Theatre in London for the GCSE Science Live to see speeches by renowned Scientists and BBC presenters.