EPPING St John’s Church of England School is today celebrating its best ever A-level and BTEC results.
GLASGOW Science Centre on Tour brought the subject to students at BMAT STEM Academy, in Harlow.
STUDENTS joining Year 7 at Epping St John’s Church of England School at the start of the new school year have had the opportunity to sample life at secondary school.
THE short life of Lee Lewis as read ou thy Burnt Mill Academy student Lucy.
SECONDARY school students have received praise for their work to enrich the experiences of their primary peers.
SIX students from a Harlow school will be finishing this term with a store of first-hand experience of work in a hospital – and top marks for achievement.
JUGGLING, trapeze, skipping, plate-spinning and funny clowns were all part of a unique day at a village school.
STEM students put all they had learnt into practise when they welcomed younger peers into their unique school.
A FORMER Harlow teacher battling a rare disease in Canada is taking a virtual trip down memory lane.
A PRIMARY school is saying goodbye to its longest serving member of staff this summer.
QUICK-fire STEM challenges enabled students to practise all they have learnt in their specialist school.
WEST End stars took time away from the big stage to teach students their famous routine.
EPPING St John’s Church of England School, in Epping, is offering students leaving Year 11 a “path to an exceptional future” at its sixth form.
THE importance of spelling was highlighted at Cooks Spinney Primary Academy with all students taking part in the annual Spelling Bee.
MENTION Minecraft and you’re halfway there to capturing children’s attention.
A SCHOOL’S efforts to raise awareness of men’s health issues has earned it national recognition.
STAFF, students and parents at Roydon Primary Academy love their Daily Mile.
THE business students went through a Dragons’ Den style process to pitch their ideas to a panel of teachers and ask for a budget of up to £100.
A MAGICAL day which saw a unicorn appear at a school gave inspiration to children’s writing.
HISTORY was made when the first cohort of Harlow’s newest secondary school came together for a transition day.
CHILDREN donned science lab coats to indulge in the topic for a week.
ROWING across the Atlantic or learning to spell a word correctly – they are all important goals to strive for.
DOCTORS, nurses, police officers, gymnasts and singers all attended school for a unique day.
A TEAM of 12 students have been given a place on the student senior leadership team (SSLT) at Burnt Mill Academy.