YOUNG people have found a new way to compete in sporting competitions during lockdown.
A HARLOW STUDENT at The University of York has been given a grant from one of the UK’s oldest and largest friendly societies, The Oddfellows. Emily Oliver, who is studying a History of Art degree at the university, received the £2,700 Educational Award. The grant is designed to support her throughout her three-year course, helping […]
WAGE freezes over the past decade have left teachers in Essex missing out on more than £4,000 a year, data has shown.
REGIONAL journalists have contributed to a new guide which aims to promote journalism as a career to schoolchildren.
ST Mark’s would like to invite Year 11 pupils and their parents to take part in their information zoom meeting on Thursday at 7pm.
CAMPAIGN to Safeguard Vulnerable Children on Public Transport
THE chief executive of BMAT has welcomed the news that Mark Hall Academy is joining their group of schools. Mark Hall Academy is now one of eleven schools under the BMAT wing. We went down to the First Avenue school to interview Helena Mills in order to find out more about how the collaboration came […]
REQUIRED for 16.15 hours per week during term time (KS2). The successful applicant will be required to demonstrate relevant experience of the TA role or have completed the TA training.
LAST WEEK, Mark Hall Academy joined BMAT, the organisation that runs Burnt Mill Academy, SFG College, BMAT STEM Academy and a number of primary schools in the town.
YOUNG activists from around the world are taking part in a virtual “Mock Cop26” climate talks to outline how they want leaders to act on the crisis.
LITTLE Parndon Primary Academy has set up a board dedicated to the history of Harlow as part of its tailormade curriculum.
A HEADTEACHER has praised her community as she settles into the new leadership role during the pandemic.
THIS term, pupils at the Downs have been getting involved in numerous activities to encourage healthy lifestyles and develop their understanding of the world around them.
THESE may be different days but they are still busy days at Stewards Academy.
DESPITE the many challenges this year has brought to us all, at Potter Street Academy we are on a mission to ensure that our children do not miss out on a wide range of learning experiences.
ROBERT Halfon MP, the Chair of the influential Education Select Committee, was full of praise for a Harlow school when he visited on BBC Children In Need Day.
PASSMORES Academy Christmas Fair. Full details here as well was their Facebook page.
YOUNG people learnt about the meaning behind the poppy as they used art to mark Remembrance Day.
TEN students at Sir Frederick Gibberd College, in Harlow, were elected as members of the school council in September after giving a speech virtually to their peers.
A UNIQUE school has been praised for preparing young people for the skilled jobs of the future.
STEWARDS Academy has informed parents, guardians and pupils that due to a Covid-19 outbreak, Year 8 pupils have been asked to work from home next week.
FAWBERT and Barnard Primary has raised hundreds for Children in Need. The Old Harlow school took part in “Five to Thrive” to boost mental wellbeing and raise vital funds for children and young people across the UK. The school had aimed for £350 but by Saturday morning had reached a total of £435 and rising. […]
LOCAL Health Visitor Jeanette Taylor is urging parents and families around West Essex to get in touch if they need support, despite the country entering its second lockdown. Family Hubs run by Essex Child and Family Wellbeing Service – such as Harlow’s Treehouse
STEWARDS Academy places great emphasis on remembrance and reflection; particularly at this point every year. In previous years we have been able to hold a very poignant and moving Remembrance Service outside with our whole academy community. We have also been lucky enough in previous years to invite special guests to join us from the […]