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Education: Secondary

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PLANNING permission has been granted to transform the land in a Harlow secondary school land into a Special Educational Needs and Disability School. The plans centre on land next to Sir Frederick Gibberd College on Tendring Road. Harlow Council approved the application on Wednesday March…

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SECONDARY school classroom teacher vacancies are at their highest level in at least five years, new data suggests reports the Times Education Supplement. The data, shared with Tes by TeachVac, shows the highest recorded number of secondary teacher vacancies in the last five years, with a 12…

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YOUNG netball players were inspired by the professionals as they watched their first game. A group of 23 students in Year 7 to 11 at Burnt Mill Academy watched their first professional netball match. The game was between Saracens Mavericks and Manchester Thunder. During half-time,…

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ADULT education learning provider, ACL Essex, will be opening a new learning facility in Harlow, when it moves from its Partridge Road site to a purpose-built setting within the refurbished Harlow Town Library.  The new facilities will offer high-tech classrooms, computer suites, an accessible reception…

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A LEADING Harlow housebuilder has donated a number of kitchen units to help apprentices and trainees at Harlow College. Countryside Properties at Newhall in Harlow has a number of spare units including sink units, cupboard and shelves at their fast growing development off London Road.…

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YOUNG people interested in the arts have discovered the potential careers open to them away from the stage. Year 10 music students at Mark Hall Academy, in Harlow, took part in workshops to get an insight into non-performance roles available behind the scenes in the…

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SIR Frederick Gibberd College, in Harlow, is part of the J9 initiative, raising awareness of domestic abuse and supporting victims. The school’s staff took part in J9 training, an initiative set up in memory of Janine Mundy who was killed by her estranged husband in…

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TIKTOK, Snapchat, Instagram, Yubo are words that parents may or may not have heard. As adults when we think about the internet we may think of funny cat videos, shopping online or sharing photos of our dinner on Facebook, but the digital world that our…

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PRINCESS Anne gave a royal seal of approval to Stansted Airport College on Tuesday. Her Royal Highness congratulated students and staff when she visited the four-year-old campus and urged other educators across the country to learn from their trailblazing example. The Princess Royal toured the…

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ST MARK’S West Essex Catholic School’s Year 8 Netball team continued their outstanding season with an exciting draw against a tough Passmores Academy side. The match ended 14-14 and was testament to both sides in very tricky conditions. The standard of play is also a…

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AS part of the ongoing work to tackle the threat of drug trafficking and knife crime in the county, officers from Harlow’s Community Policing Team joined staff at Harlow College to raise awareness as part of County Lines Intensification Week. County lines is the name…

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STEWARDS Academy’s staff and student body demonstrated an overwhelming response to our bake sale in aid of Save the Children Ukraine.  Year 11 pupil and House Captain, Steph Nketia, had suggested the idea to raise funds and helped to rally support and design a poster…

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THREE Sir Frederick Gibberd College teachers are set to take on a half marathon for charity. Teachers Harrison Moore, Chris Pilcher and Hugh Bryant will be taking on all 13.1 miles of the Hackney Half Marathon in May in order to raise money for mental…

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ST MARK’S West Essex Catholic School brought home an impressive array of medals from the West Essex Cross Country Championships this week. The races were held at Chigwell Metropolitan Training Ground. Two athletes won gold outright (George in Year 7 and Archie in Year 10)…