ST MARK’S West Essex Catholic School have once again topped the progress tables for schools in Harlow. The provisional results published by the government reveal a number of tables and indicators that can help you know how well (or otherwise) a school is performing (academically). Burnt Mill will be pleased to top the Grade 5 […]
SCHOOLS in Harlow and across England are set for a giant cash boost, as the Prime Minister announced a package of reforms for schools, colleges, SEND pupils and teachers’ pay. The reforms follow key recommendations by the Education Select Committee, chaired by Harlow MP, Robert Halfon.
ON Tuesday 15th October, Holy Cross were lucky enough to have a visit from Paul Sturgess, the world’s tallest professional basketball player and Britain’s tallest man at 7ft 7.26inches.
YOUNG leaders got to see how their roles feature in the real world with a trip to the Houses of Parliament.
A PLAQUE was erected in Cambridge to commemorate the dedicated work of Dame Leah Manning, who much later in her life served as the Labour MP for Epping (covering Chingford, Waltham Abbey, Epping, Harlow and the surrounding villages) 1945 – 50.
A LITTER pick kickstarted a brand-new school’s commitment to the community.
SECONDARY and Primary schools across Harlow are being urged to sign up to the Risk-Avert programme, which helps children and young people understand and manage risk, improve decision-making and leads to improvements in emotional health and resilience.
TWO members of the Harlow junior parkrun core team were busy last week visiting three primary schools in Harlow to spread the word about how wonderful Harlow junior parkrun is!
GREAT progress is being made on two public poppy displays which will be unveiled in Harlow this month ahead of Remembrance Sunday in November.
THOUSANDS of Catholics from England and Wales are expected to travel to Rome for the canonisation of John Henry Newman this weekend, when he will become the first English saint of modern times.
ON Tuesday 8th October the children at Holy Cross Primary Academy took part in “The Mental Health Dance Challenge” with Sharon Lawton for the Chrissy B show on Sky TV.
PUPILS at Cooks Spinney Primary Academy, in Harlow, celebrated National Poetry Day by taking part in a poetry slam competition.
A SUCCESSFUL pathway to a world of future aviation opportunities lies in a revitalisation of apprenticeships, a newly released manifesto from the British Business and General Aviation Association (BBGA) highlighted today.
Robert Halfon MP works with Harlow resident to uncover sex offenders loophole and calls on Government for “urgent action”
ROBERT Halfon, MP for Harlow, has called on the Government to address a shocking loophole in safeguarding legislation, uncovered by a Harlow resident and CEO of The Safeguarding Alliance.
BMAT operates primary and secondary schools in Harlow, Epping and Stansted in Essex and Newham in London.
NOMINATIONS are now open for the 2020 Essex Teaching Awards, which aim to shine a spotlight on the education colleagues making a real difference to the lives of pupils across the county.
MUSICAL education is being relaunched to give creative young people in Epping more opportunities to perform and develop.
TEENAGERS have helped Princess Alexandra Hospital to complete a quality improvement project.
FRESH from the summer break after Potter Street Academy’s most successful year in its history so far, the Autumn term has got off to a positive start.
STEWARDS Academy celebrated the European Day of languages in typical style, combining the day with a sensational Bake Off. The day started with a special assembly to celebrate the range of languages spoken by children at Stewards.
YOUNG Harlow writers wowed a visiting poet as they got creative on their first National Poetry Day.
JEROUNDS believe that every child will be empowered and encouraged to flourish in an safe and secure environment of high expectations. Our curriculum is designed to be creative, inspiring, challenging, memorable and to provide all children with the opportunity to achieve
PASSMORES will be running a series of Cultural Appreciation days in the coming year to celebrate diversity within the school, our town and across the country.
CURIOUS children arrived at school to find the remains of an archaeologist buried in the grounds.