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Education: Primary

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St Alban’s Pupil on UN TV A ST Alban’s pupil is currently appearing on a United Nations TV feature for ‘What three things could change the world’. Their pupil’s plea of “Giving homeless people money, food and drink” meets the school value of giving. A…

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Potter Street Academy pupils inspired by former international basketball player POTTER Street Academy was delighted to welcome former Team GB international basketball player, Pierre Henry-Fontaine, when he led a sponsored fitness challenge at the school. As part of an initiative run by Sports for Champions…

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STUDENT progress by pupils across the town was recognised at the Harlow Educational Awards of 2019. The awards have grown so much that they were held for the first time in the main auditorium of the Harlow Playhouse. If you wondered about the backdrop,, Jack…

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TO help young children to have a better understanding of Brexit and the impending election, a Harlow school held a session on politics and democracy. Roydon Primary Academy, in Roydon, invited Robert Halfon, Harlow’s most recent MP, and Sky Yarlett, from the Houses of Parliament,…

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CHILDREN in South Africa are helping pupils in Harlow to learn about the wider world. Year 3 pupils at Roydon Primary Academy, in Roydon, have linked up with The Grove Academy in Cape Town, South Africa. As part of their studies, pupils are reading The…

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CHILDREN needing extra support with their social skills or emotional health are starting to benefit from a new alternative education provision. BMAT is working closely with Essex County Council to offer primary aged pupils in Harlow, who are at risk of being permanently excluded from…

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Former “crisis school” crowned happiest in the UK LONGWOOD Primary Academy and Nursery in Harlow has won the Happiest Primary School category in the National Happiness Awards. Four years ago, the school was in special measures with high exclusions. It is now ranked as good,…

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A LOUD and energetic performance from a rapper got children excited about poetry. Hip hop artist, poet and award-winning author Karl Nova made pupils at Cooks Spinney Primary Academy, in Harlow, look at poetry in a fresh new way during a visit to the school.…

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Longwood Primary is one of the happiest schools in the UK! LONGWOOD Primary Academy, in Harlow, are ‘over the moon’ after being listed as one of the nation’s top four happiest schools! The school, nationally renowned for its work on mental health and wellbeing (TES…

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Primary school children took a leap of faith and headed off on a residential trip. YEAR 5 and 6 pupils from Roydon Primary Academy, in Roydon, spent three days at the Kingwood activity camp in Kent. The group of 37 pupils took part in wall…

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Kingsmoor Academy Y5/6 Football Team make it through to the Harlow Finals!! ON Friday 15th November at Stewards Academy, 11 children represented Kingsmoor Academy and remained unbeaten. Winning the first game 3 -0 second game 5-0 and then drawing the last game 0-0. Well done…

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Pupils gather to remember the fallen PUPILS from Potter Street Academy, Purford Green Primary and Passmores joined together at the Potter Street Memorial to celebrate Armistice Day on Monday. The pupils and members of the local community gathered to listen to the service led by…

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Things have got a whole lot noisier at a Harlow primary school. THE music curriculum at Freshwaters Primary Academy is being expanded to give children more creative opportunities. A range of new opportunities have been introduced this year – The school choir has this year…

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Apply now for 2020 Primary school place PARENTS of children starting primary school in the academic year starting in September 2020 are now able to apply online for their child’s Reception school place. Children are entitled to start primary school in the September after their…