IT LOOKS like you cannot get enough of Mr Ashford and his fantastic new television channel “Drama and Stuff”.
THE children at Milwards Primary school and Nursery worked hard to make this beautiful rainbow to cheer up all the people near the school.
THIEVES stole £20,000 worth of laptops and iPads from a primary school which was open to care for 20 children during the coronavirus outbreak.
YEAR 7 students from Burnt Mill Academy, in Harlow, spent a day at the prestigious university’s classics faculty as part of their English studies on
Greek Myths and Northern Lights texts.
A NETWORK of industry professionals is helping to create bespoke home-learning programmes for young musicians.
ALL across the town, teachers are using social media to help continue their students’ education.
LIVEWIRE’S Sam Ashford has opened up a YouTube channel to entertain, educate and inform.
A TEACHER is reaching out to her neighbourhood in support of those struggling with social isolation during the Coronavirus shutdown.
A VERY KIND Harlow girl has drawn a rainbow of hope and put it in her window as part of her effort to keep spirits up as the world fights the coronavirus pandemic.
TEACHERS have been given the power to ask parents for ID and payslips to prove they are ‘key workers’ amid fears that many will lie about their jobs so they can drop off their children. Schools across Britain shut to most pupils on Friday. But headmasters predict a meltdown after experts suggested two million pupils […]
EARLIER this week, we interviewed the Head of the Passmores Learning Community, Vic Goddard on the impact that the Coronavirus pandemic was having in his school community.
THIS has been a very difficult day for all concerned in education. When we arrived at Passmores Academy, chief executive of the Passmores Learning Community, Vic Goddard, had just spoken to a Year 11, who overnight may have just finished their time at their beloved school.
HAVING assessed the current situation, we have reached the point where it is in the best interests of our community to start transitioning to online learning as a precautionary measure because of COVID-19.
THAT was the message given to pupils at Roydon Primary School, in Harlow, by the NSPCC.
YOUNG writers are learning the difference between fake and real news as they take on the role of journalists.
AN OLD Harlow school has taken the decision to close after members of the senior leadership team have fallen ill.
YOUNG people learnt the importance of fundraising to keep the county’s air ambulance operating.
ANOTHER busy week at The Ongar Academy. Their weekly bulletin can be found at the link below.
IT is with regret that the FOTD with the support of Mrs Miele have decided to postpone (not cancel) our Easter disco on the 31st March.
PASSMORES Academy celebrated International Women’s Day by inviting twenty-five inspirational women into the school to meet the students.
POTTER Street Academy and Purford Green Primary pupils took on a mega-maths challenge when they celebrated World Maths Day recently.
PUPILS at Cooks Spinney Primary Academy, in Harlow, have been appointed as Pen Factor judges.
A HARLOW headteacher has asked whether the families of students on free school meals can be given supermarket vouchers to make sure they still get fed during any shutdown of schools because of the coronavirus reports the Times Education Supplement (TES). Vic Goddard, co-principal of Passmores Academy in Harlow, told Tes he expected schools to […]
TWO decisions, announced this week, kick off the £3 million investment promised in the Future Library Services Strategy 2019-2024 reports Essex County Council.