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Burnt Mill Academy

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HARLOW MP, Robert Halfon was in Burnt Mill on Thursday afternoon. He met with Burnt Mill GCSE citizenship students. The students, in years 9 – 11, had an opportunity to ask Mr Halfon questions as well as answering his questions about life as a young…

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BURNT Mill Academy Trust are pleased to announce the appointment of a Head of School for the new Magna Carta Primary Academy. Mrs Amy Dias will lead the school in Stansted Mountfitchet from September 2016, based in the Peter Kirk Centre for the first year,…

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THE HEAD of school at Cooks Spinney has informed parents that his role will be changing. His letter to the school is as follows: I would like to inform you of some changes to the Leadership Team at Cooks Spinney Primary Academy and Nursery. I…

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BURNT Mill Academy Trust has set the record straight on reports of redundancies across the school. Speculation has been rife both at the front gates from Little Parndon to Cooks Spinney that jobs are about to go. A spokesperson for the Trust said: “Nothing has…

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NEW mums and dads will welcome their babies into the world surrounded by colourful artwork. Creative students at Burnt Mill Academy, in First Avenue, Harlow, have been commissioned to produce a series of paintings to brighten up the maternity unit of the Princess Alexandra Hospital…

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IT’S not just all about the children at Freshwaters Primary Academy. Mums and dads are also getting stuck in with school work and showing their children how important school is. The school, in School Lane, Harlow, is keen for parents to get positively involved in…

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A WEEK-long book fair at Cooks Spinney Primary Academy, in Cooks Spinney, Harlow, helped to develop pupils’ interest in books and reading for pleasure. Every day, teachers held reading sessions after school and gave children and their parents an opportunity to visit the fair to…

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THE works of Shakespeare were brought to life during a school festival. Students from Burnt Mill Academy, in First Avenue, Harlow, took part in the Shakespeare for Schools Festival at the Playhouse and took the challenge to turn a piece of work into a 30-minute…

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THE magic of Disney will help get a school community in the Christmas spirit. A team of 150 talented students at Burnt Mill Academy, in First Avenue, Harlow, are practising their lines and dance moves ahead of the Celebration of Disney production. The show will…

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Nicole Barr hit the headlines recently with a mark of 162 in a test set by high IQ society Mensa – two points higher than the famous geniuses. The score puts her in the top one per cent of intelligent people in the world. Nicole,…

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HUNDREDS of parents have already signed their support for a new free school and sixth form for Harlow. The Burnt Mill Co-operative Academy Trust has been gathering signatures from parents of children in current Years 3, 4, 9 and 10 to test the water to…

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A BRAND new uniform has been unveiled at Cooks Spinney Primary Academy. The school, in Cooks Spinney, Harlow, is going through a rebrand with a new logo and a tweaked name from School to Academy to reflect the journey it is on with the Burnt…

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BULLIES don’t stand a chance at one Harlow primary with a team of ambassadors on the case. Anti-bullying week at Freshwaters Primary Academy, in School Lane, saw pupils from each year group recruited as anti-bullying ambassadors. The themed week started with an assembly where pupils…

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MUSICIANS, comedians, singers and dancers wowed their audience at an annual talent show. The Spinney Factor once again saw pupils from Cooks Spinney Primary Academy, in Cooks Spinney, Harlow, put on a show to classmates, teachers and parents. Auditions were held in each class before…

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APPLICANTS for the position of head boy and girl were put through their paces at one Harlow primary school. Pupils keen to lead their peers at Little Parndon Primary School, in Park Mead, had to make their appeal for the job in front of the…

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A TEENAGER has been praised by police for handing in a wallet containing hundreds of pounds – which was set to turn a homeless man’s life around. Charlie Manly, 15, found the wallet near Harlow Playhouse with £285 in cash inside. The Year 11 student…