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Jerounds Primary Academy

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JEROUNDS Primary Academy has been praised by Ofsted as a school that is Good in all areas – confirming its transformation since joining NET Academies Trust. The school was known as Jerounds Community Primary School when it was last inspected by Ofsted in 2017, when…

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OUR Harlow is 75 project has taken a number of tangents over the past year. Here we explore how schools celebrate their global villages. YH went down to Jerounds Primary Academy to speak to their highly regarded Headteacher, Laura Citici https://www.youtube.com/embed/Y5obrac3Yjk TO mark the town’s…

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IT would appear that many of the women we have interviewed as part of Harlow is 75 are impressive ambassadors for the town. They appear to be carved from the John F Kennedy quotation: “Ask not what your country can do for you but what…

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CONGRATULATIONS to the team from Henry Moore who successfully defended and retained the Netball trophy at this year’s finals. Having been rescheduled since before the half-term break, the 8 teams from the previous qualifiers demonstrated excellent play through the afternoon. The children clearly enjoyed showcasing…

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AN UP and coming local author has opened a dedicated Reading Zone at Jerounds Primary Academy on World Book Day. Charlie Mills opened the new area and then read from his first book, “It’s Cool To Be Me”. https://www.youtube.com/embed/1nFbXtW6NwA We asked Head of School, Laura…

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NET Academies set to launch new toddler group at Jerounds Primary Academy. Please see the film below as well as the link on website. https://www.jerounds.netacademies.net https://www.youtube.com/embed/C4SaERdznfk

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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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ONE of the great education success stories in Harlow is the progress of schools in the NET Academies group. Those schools are: Latton Green Primary, Longwood Primary, Abbotsweld Primary, Jerounds Primary and Katherines Primary. The schools have blossomed under the leadership of chief executive, Jo…

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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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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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Katherines Primary Academy Tuesday 12th October 2021 – 1:30pm – 2:30pmTuesday 10th November 2021 – 10:00am -11:00amTuesday 24th November 2021 – 1:30pm – 2:30pmTuesday 9th December 2021 -10:00am -11:00amTuesday 12th January 2022 – 10:00am -11:00am Waltham Holy Cross Primary Academy Every Tuesday @ 10 am from 2nd Nov -…

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PROSPECTIVE parents and carers are very welcome to visit our school and should contact the school office to book onto one of our open mornings. Tuesday 9th November 2021 – 9:30am -11:30am Tuesday 7th December 2021 – 9:30am – 11:30am Tuesday 11th January 2022 -…

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AN education at a Good or Outstanding school that is part of a strong multi-academy trust has been hailed by the Education Secretary as a key part in building back better from the pandemic.In his speech to the Confederation of School Trusts annual conference, Gavin…