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THE Jack Petchey Foundation has increased its Jack Petchey Achievement Award grant, designed to recognise the achievements of young people across London and Essex, from £250 to £300 this year.  The Jack Petchey Achievement Award is run in over 1700 schools and youth organisations across…

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THERE was a series of impressive performances by Harlow athletes in the Essex Cross Country Championships on Saturday. There as an impressive run by St Nicholas’ Year 9 student Alistair Mizon who came 19th in the Junior Boys run at Writtle. St Marks West Essex…

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PASSMORES Academy deputy head boy, Logan Young gives us an insight into how school life has changed since the beginning of the pandemic. The film was made after ITV’s Good Morning Britain contacted the Tracyes Road school as part of their on going coverage on…

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TODAY(15 Jan) is the primary school application deadline day. Parents with children due to start school in September 2022 need to go through their local authority to apply for places at their chosen primary schools. Although this can be an anxious time for parents, last…

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NET Academies set to launch new toddler group. Full details below and in film. https://www.youtube.com/embed/C4SaERdznfk

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IT has been a fantastic first term, of the academic year, for both Abbotsweld and Latton Green- part of NET Academies Trust. We welcomed nursery and reception children to our communities. They have all settled well and through our environments progressed as a whole child.…

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HARLOW College is delighted to announce the award of £779,357.00 from the UK Government through the UK Community Renewal Fund, with funding being allocated to two significant community pilot projects, starting in January 2022 and running for a six-month period. The UK Community Renewal Fund is a…

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A FORMER Stewards Academy student has made his full debut for Liverpool in the FA Cup at the weekend. Elijah Dixon-Bonner kicked off for the famous club in their home game against Shrewsbury at Anfield. Dixon-Bonner has come on in the final minutes of a…

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THE LEADER of Harlow Labour has continued his war of words with Harlow MP Robert Halfon over covid regulations and education. Councillor Chris Vince said: “It is interesting to see Harlow’s MP pick and choose which of my articles he responds to.  I notice he…

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IT is the first week back after Christmas, so let us see what has been happening at Water Lane Primary Academy in Sumners, Harlow. If you would like to find out more about Water Lane then please click below. https://www.waterlaneprimary.co.uk

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A NEW year, a new term but Cooks Spinney Primary Academy continue to reward outstanding achievement and effort with their now traditional Hot Chocolate Fridays. Headteacher Mr Stirrat and his team are always looking to praise the students at the much-loved school and this is…

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— Inspectors say “pupils love coming to Katherines Primary Academy” —“Pupils love coming to Katherines Primary Academy”, Ofsted said today in a glowing inspection report. THE academy and nursery in Harlow, part of the high-performing NET Academies Trust, was praised across the board by Ofsted,…

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AFTER recent criticisms by the leader of Harlow Labour over education and covid, Robert Halfon MP has written a response. Robert Halfon said: “Like Chris Vince, I too have tested positive for COVID and I wish him well for a speedy recovery. But I also…

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THE CHIEF executive of Passmores Academy has questioned Harlow MP Robert Halfon’s stance on schools re-opening. Vic Goddard was speaking to BBC Look East after they had spent the day at the Tracyes Road school as it prepares for the pupils to return for the…

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Reading is the golden key to a lifetime’s opportunities By Roy Blatchford, January 2022 THE Covid pandemic has changed not only the habits of work, but also those of leisure. Having spent more time at home for much of the past two years, we have…

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FACE masks are to be worn in secondary classrooms in England’s schools to reduce the spread of the Omicron variant, the government has announced. The temporary reintroduction of face coverings aims to address concerns about schools remaining open for face-to-face learning this coming term. Meanwhile,…