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Education: Secondary

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HARLOW’S MP, Robert Halfon, has congratulated the many Harlow students who have received their GCSE and vocational results today.  Mr Halfon said: “The past 18 months have been the most difficult of times for teachers, support staff and students. However, despite the lockdowns and immense…

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YET again another good set of results from St Marks’ year 11 pupils, despite having to adapt to new ways of working during Covid-19 lockdowns, their pupils have shown the determination and perseverance needed to achieve and they could not be more proud of them.…

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STEWARDS Academy were delighted to welcome the Class of 2021 in today to receive their GCSE results. The top 10 students in the year received over a 100 top grades (8 & 9) between them and are all going on to sixth forms to study…

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STUDENTS have “smashed down barriers” to ensure they are ready to walk into their dream jobs when they leave education. Year 11 students at BMAT STEM Academy, in Harlow, today became only the second cohort to collect their GCSE results at the specialist school. For…

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SAINT Nicholas School students were celebrating an outstanding set of GCSE results. 100% of all pupils at the Old Harlow school achieved at least 5 GCSEs with 9 to 4 grades, 91% of all results were graded 9 to 5, and 50% of all grades…

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STUDENTS have secured GCSE grades to be proud of through “sheer grit and determination” during the pandemic. Year 11 students at Epping St John’s Church of England School, in Epping, today received their long-awaited GCSE results – with more top grades across more subjects than…

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A trip to the opticians gave Sabina Miah a clue to her future career. Having picked up A* grades in A-level biology, chemistry and maths, she is off to City University to study optometry. The student from Epping St John’s Church of England School Sixth…

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PUPILS across Essex will receive their GCSE results today (Thursday 12 August), following another school year where formal GCSE exams did not take place due to the Covid-19 pandemic.Similar to last year, GCSE results for 2021 have been assessed by teachers and final grades awarded…

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DESPITE having to work under incredibly challenging circumstances due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdowns, our students have still recorded some fantastic results this year. A Level students have achieved a 99% pass rate for the fourth year in a row with an…

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AFTER another year of uncertainty for pupils, staff, and parents, St Mark’s is celebrating the hard work, resilience and resolve that have led today to continuing success, with A level pupils once again achieving results that have enabled them to go to universities, often the…

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A GROWING sixth form is today celebrating a leap in top grades from its biggest ever cohort of students. Teenagers in Epping received their eagerly awaited A-level and BTEC results today from Epping St John’s Church of England School Sixth Form along with their peers…

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Dear Editor, THE summer holiday is supposed to be about relaxing and taking a step away from studying for a bit, but the looming anxiety that often comes with exam results stress can be overwhelming for our young people. From April to June this year…

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ESSEX County Council has welcomed the Strengthening Home Education report published by the Education Committee (26 July 2021) and has committed to establishing a cross-party group to look at how to address the findings and recommendations. The report highlighted a number of key findings including:…

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DR Beverley Vaughan has been announced as director of the new innovation hub, Arise. The hub, which is funded by Anglia Ruskin University (ARU), and Essex County Council, will support innovative companies and entrepreneurs in Harlow to grow their businesses.  Located within strong scientific communities on the…

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UNIVERSITY clearing may be more competitive for some students this year, the boss of the admissions service Ucas has said reports the BBC. Clare Marchant suggested it would still be a “good year for clearing”, and predicted a record number of applicants would get places…

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By Local Democracy Reporter ALMOST 8,000 children were suspended from school in 2019/2020 – despite lockdown restrictions severely limiting numbers able to be taught in classrooms for a large part of the year. The figures are an improvement on the previous year when almost 11,000…