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TWO new services for Gypsy, Roma and Traveller (GRT) people in Essex have been launched. A new helpline – 01206 485007- offers free and confidential Covid-19 and mental health support to Gypsies, Roma and Travellers. And the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG)…

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THE installation “Supporting Us, Supporting You”, which will take pride of place at the airbase entrance, is the result of the charity’s sculpture Design Project, in collaboration with Harlow College. Art and Design student Kiera Harkett’s design represents the local community who proudly support EHAAT.…

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A STUDY by the University of Oxford has found that daily testing of secondary school students who were in contact with someone with COVID-19 was just as effective in controlling school transmission as the current 10-day contact isolation policy.  Burnt Mill Academy took part in…

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YORKSHIRE-based home furnishing brand Blinds Direct has launched a nationwide competition that gives aspiring student designers the chance to have their work printed on a range of interior decor products that will be sold on the company’s website, with the artist credited in each product listing. The…

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AS with many things at Stewards Academy this year, the PE department had to devise many versions of ‘Sports Day’ to enable the event to take place. And rise to the occasion they did! Although a number of pupils, including Year 9, were unable to…

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MORE data must be collected and a national register must be established to ensure all children out of school get a suitable education, MPs say today. This follows acknowledgement from the DfE that there is ‘considerable evidence’ that many home-educated children1 are missing out on a…

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VENDING machines have got a whole lot healthier – with one school filling theirs with reading books. Little Parndon Primary Academy, in Harlow, has installed a unique way to get children excited about books and reading. As well as the reading vending machine, the school…

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BEFORE pupils said farewell to Roydon Primary Academy, in Roydon, for the summer, they got to their feet and danced. The whole school took part in a socially distanced Wakka Wakka dance. Head of school Anna Myatt said: “Dance is a powerful ally for developing…

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HUNDREDS of children and young people from across the Harlow area are to benefit from the development of an exciting partnership between Mark Hall Sports Centre and Norwich City Football Club’s Regional Development Programme (RDP). The partnership will see Mark Hall Sports Centre become an…

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PEAR Tree Mead pupils welcomed visiting politicians and made them aware of the school’s green credentials. Headteacher Mrs Peden and the pupils welcomed MP Robert Halfon and Portfolio Holder for Environment at Harlow Council, Cllr Alastair Gunn. Film of the visit is below. https://www.youtube.com/embed/WCb1trcO14E

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ONE of the key focal points of the year at Stewards Academy is the election of the new Head Boy, Head Girl and deputies. They take this as an opportunity to remind and educate pupils of their democratic rights as they move into adulthood.  The…

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THE Government has today announced that they will be investing into Burnt Mill Academy to rebuild the school as part of the Government’s £500 million school rebuilding programme following lobbying from Harlow’s MP, Robert Halfon. The money is aimed at ensuring that pupils benefit from…

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CHILDREN described as “fantastic role models” have completed their primary education with a raft of celebrations. Year 6 pupils at Roydon Primary Academy, in Roydon, have set off for their next step of education, but not before enjoying time together and with their teachers. End…

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FREE British Sign Language lessons at Passmores Academy. Full details on poster.

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AFTER more than a year of virtual learning, Memorial University students are expected to be back on their Old Harlow campus this autumn. However, like most else, MUN’s campus in Harlow hasn’t been functioning as it did prior to the pandemic and will remain mostly empty…

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Stewards Academy’s Open Evening will be on Tuesday 7th September 2021. Originally scheduled for the Thursday we have moved our date to support another school in town that was unable to offer theirs at their normal time. The evening will be between 6pm-9pm with Headteacher talks at…