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 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.
THE quality of applications for children to lead their school was so high that extra posts have been created. All four pupils at Roydon Primary Academy, in Roydon, who were shortlisted and interviewed for the head boy and head girl positions have been recruited. Alby has been appointed as head boy, with Conrad as his […]
A SCHOOL community is coming together to fight for road safety measures to protect its children.
THE MP for Harlow has expressed his delight at the news that BMAT, the organisation that runs Burnt Mill Academy and several other school has taken over Mark Hall Academy.
MARK Hall Academy in Harlow will be joining a new academy trust to oversee and steer the next phase of its development. The academy will be joining BMAT Education, a high-performing trust, based in Essex and East London, early in 2021.
SOCIAL distancing and enforced bubbles are not standing in the way of young adults planning their futures.
WE have vacancies for Supervisors and Assistants within our Estates & Facilities team.
WHILE the pandemic continues to put the brakes on several activities and traditions this year, Halloween looked likely to be the latest victim.
IF THERE was further evidence that Sir Frederick Gibberd College is a creative hub for aspiration and excellence, then it is the decision to teacher Classics and Latin.
THE HEADTEACHER of Sir Frederick Gibberd College is pleased with the school’s progress in its first year but has her mind firm set on the future.
A WHOLE year group at a Harlow school is off due to a number of cases of Covid-19. Senior management at Burnt Mill Academy on First Avenue in Harlow took the decision at the weekend and wrote to parents and guardians. In the letter, jointly signed by Headteacher Ms McGlashan and Associate Headteacher Mr Collins, […]
A TEAM of students of all ages are taking responsibility for their school. More than 100 students from Year 7 to 13 at Epping St John’s Church of England School, in Epping, were interviewed to become a part of the student leadership team – with 54 students seeking to take on the top job. Head […]
IN SEPTEMBER 2018, we interviewed Hollie and Javin as they entered their new school Sir Frederick Gibberd College for the first time.
PRIMARY school children are working on their health and fitness, thanks to an investment in gym equipment at their school. The five primary schools within BMAT – Cooks Spinney Primary Academy, Freshwaters Primary Academy, Little Parndon Primary Academy and Roydon Primary Academy in Harlow and Magna Carta Primary Academy in Stansted – have each had […]
A PETITION is calling’s for a zebra crossing outside Little Parndon Primary School.
A BUSINESS-focused school has teamed up with another industry sponsor to offer students career opportunities in the world of renewable energy.
CHILDREN are being invited to take a tour of their prospective future secondary school – in the world of Minecraft.
A BUSINESS-focused school and sixth form has welcomed back students who are benefitting from industry standard equipment. Having been closed to students for six months due to the Coronavirus outbreak, BMAT STEM Academy, in Harlow, is now fully open to all of its Year 10, 11 and 12 students. September also marked the launch of […]
IN light of currently being unable to welcome prospective parents, students and families into their school due to the pandemic,
IT was heartening to see so many pupils return to school after (for most) six months away due to the Covid-19 lockdown.
THE first students to lead a new school are proud of the legacy they leave behind.