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Mark Hall Academy

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A FAMILY of schools has gathered a cluster of experts to ensure all children with special educational needs (SEND) are given the best possible education. BMAT Education, which looks after primary and secondary schools in Harlow, Epping and Stansted in Essex and Newham in London,…

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AS part of their ongoing development of football at the Norwich City FC RDP, they will be providing further opportunities for boys through an invitation only programmes with the launch of a brand new outfield Player Development Centre covering the Essex & Hertfordshire border. This…

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YEAR 11 students at Mark Hall Academy, in Harlow, were treated to a special day to bring their schooling to an end. They walked the red carpet on arrival at breakfast, where they got to listen to music and spend time with their friends. In…

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MARK Hall Academy, in Harlow, has launched The Form Games as a way of getting students in all year groups active after the pandemic saw physical lessons banned. In just two weeks, 500 students competed in inter-form football or netball games during their lunchbreaks. More…

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DURING the easter break, Norwich City FC held a two day football camp at Mark Hall Sports Centre. Over 60 young footballers took part in the camp. After lockdown, it was great to see so many youngsters getting out and playing football. At the end…

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MARK Hall Academy joined the BMAT family of schools in January with a mission to improve outcomes for young people in the town. As part of the plan, the team of governors are being given greater insight to help the school on its journey of…

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A FAMILY of schools has appointed a director to ensure children with special educational needs and disabilities achieve their full potential. Marios Solomonides takes up the newly created post of Director of SEND in April with a mission to remove all barriers faced by children…

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A VERY encouraging question and answer session on the re-opening of Mark Hall Sports Centre was held on Thursday night. It was chaired (remotely) by Harlow MP Robert Halfon but mainly led by BMAT Head of Operations Lucia Glynn. Mrs Glynn was able to lay…

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CROSSKEYS Netball offer free taster sessions as part of they celebrate 40 years as a netball club. Full details are on the poster.

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A MEETING is set to be held to discuss the re-opening of Mark Hall Sports Centre. The zoom meeting will be hosted by Harlow MP Robert Halfon. It will begin at 5pm on Thursday March 25th. The meeting will be centred on BMAT’s vision for…

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MARK Hall Sports Centre, now under the management of BMAT, is set to reopen as soon as government restrictions allow. The current roadmap out of lockdown suggests formally organised outdoor sports can resume from March 29. When confirmed, the easing of safety measures will enable…

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ACTIVE students and teachers may have been on lockdown, but it did not stop them from taking a trip across the world. As part of a lockdown challenge, Mark Hall Academy, in Harlow, inspired its community to take a virtual trip to Tokyo. The mission…

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WHAT does PE stand for? Physical education? Not at Mark Hall Academy…it is all about pizza and exercise! In an attempt to get as many students active at once, the school, in Harlow, launched a fun PE event. Students in Year 7, 8 and 9…

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STUDENTS learned how to structure, paraphrase and use the right words at the right time during a writing webinar. Year 9, 10 and 11 students at Mark Hall Academy, in Harlow, picked up useful tips to develop their writing skills. The webinar was made possible…

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THE wellbeing of a whole school community is being taken care of with a package of initiatives. The majority of students and teachers at Mark Hall Academy, in Harlow, are working remotely while schools are partially closed during lockdown. To ensure the mental health and…

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Let them eat cake! WHAT better way to take a break from remote learning than to make a colourful bake? Year 8 students at Mark Hall Academy, in Harlow, were challenged to take part in a bake-off competition. In a mission to get children away…