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Education: Primary

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CHILDREN at Jerounds have been lucky enough to receive virtual visits from a number of prestigious authors over the course of autumn term. On 19th November, year 3 and 4 video-called with the hilariously brilliant Jeff Kinney, author of Diary of a Wimpy Kid. They…

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HERE is Water Lane Primary Academy weekly newsletter. There is always plenty going on at the Sumners-based school. For more information, go to: https://www.waterlaneprimary.co.uk

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HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC PRIMARY ACADEMY ADMISSION POLICY 2022/23 Mission Statement This policy has been written in line with the School’s Mission Statement: Jesus is the centre of our lives, our learning and friendships, in a safe, happy and caring community where are all are welcome.…

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LAST term, Year 2 pupils at Cooks Spinney put on an amazing performance involving swashbuckling pirates and fearsome mermaids! The pupils and teachers rehearsed every week, singing songs, practising their lines and refining their dance moves all ready for a show stopping performance. The children…

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RECENTLY, Roydon Primary Academy’s Year 6 Environment and Well-being Prefects wrote to FORSA the Parents Teaching Association requesting for a fern plant for every classroom in the school. The children have since received the fern plants and have brightened up everyone’s day. Amelia, in Owl…

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PUPILS from Tany’s Dell Primary signing choir performed at the Water Gardens Christmas Lights turn on. The children performed White Christmas, Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer, Jingle Bells and We Wish You A Merry Christmas. They were invited to perform the Christmas songs by the…

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ENGLAND beat Jamaica 55-45 in a dominant second-half display in the first of their three-part series in London.  The Roses trailed at half-time before finding their rhythm in the third quarter to turn the game around.  Harlow’s Jo Harten was in imperious form, dominating from…

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CHILDREN and parents across six schools in Harlow, will have access to a family practitioner from mental health charity, Place2Be, thanks to a £25,000 grant from Essex Freemasons. The family practitioner will work alongside parents to support and strengthen their confidence and parenting skills. This, in…

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WHEN the England Netball Vitality Roses step out on court for the Vitality Roses Reunited Series this afternoon, they’ll have the names of people who have inspired and helped them to get to where they are today printed on the front of their dresses. The…

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PRIMARY and secondary school aged children can now learn more about dementia and take part in dementia related activities thanks to the Essex Healthy Schools Programme. One in three young people know someone living with dementia. This could be a grandparent, parent, family member or…

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A HARLOW primary school has been told it “requires improvement” following a recent government inspection. Ofsted visited the school between September 14th and 15th, 2021. The report has detailed what the school needs to do better. Leaders do not have a well-sequenced reading curriculum that…

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TANY’S Dell are celebrating a successful trip to Harlow Bowl. Pupils from the Enhanced Provision for Deaf Children competed against other schools in Essex. They came second and so were presented with a medal and a certificate each. They also were awarded  a trophy to…

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FRESHWATERS Primary triumphed in a Harlow primary schools football tournament at Mark Hall Academy on Friday. They came first out of the 22 schools that took part. PE teacher, Mr Newborough said: “The team from Freshwaters played some fantastic football and worked brilliantly as a…

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Essex County Council launching new four-week trial at additional sites in Rayleigh and Harlow. SCHOOL Crossing Patrol Officers will wear body worn cameras at two more sites in Essex to monitor drivers’ behaviour near crossings. For a period of four-weeks from Monday 15th November, School…

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A NEW author was made very welcome when they visited a number of NET Academy schools this week. Tersha Cutmore has just published Luca..The Lion Who Couldn’t Eat Meat https://www.amazon.co.uk/Luca-Lion-Who-Couldnt-Meat/dp/B08H573VM1 Tersha said: “It’s my debut children’s book that I self published, during covid, on Amazon…