SECONDARY and Primary schools across Harlow are being urged to sign up to the Risk-Avert programme, which helps children and young people understand and manage risk, improve decision-making and leads to improvements in emotional health and resilience.
JEROUNDS believe that every child will be empowered and encouraged to flourish in an safe and secure environment of high expectations. Our curriculum is designed to be creative, inspiring, challenging, memorable and to provide all children with the opportunity to achieve
EXCITEMENT reverberated through the school grounds of Jerounds Primary Academy, today, as Saracens Sport Foundation arrived to deliver another session of curriculum tag rugby at the school. Jerounds have planned to inspire their children with some external, quality coaching for the autumn term, both during and after the school day.
HERE are details of Open Days at the NET Academy schools.
THE children, staff and parents of Latton Green Primary Academy came together on Monday afternoon for their Race for Life charity event.
STAFF and pupils at Latton Green Primary School were amazed when they opened the post and found a letter from Royalty.
ON Wednesday 10th July, NET Academies Trust held an inter-schools Times Tables Rock Stars Tournament.
THE NET Academies Trust schools in Harlow celebrated ‘Special Male Day’ this week. Each of the 5 schools held activities for pupils and their significant special males which was a big success.
Jerounds set to host Summer Fete. Full details on poster.
Longwood Primary Academy set to host summer fete. Full details on poster.
Katherines Primary Academy set to hold Summer Fete. Full details on poster.
THE most outstanding individuals and institutions that the education sector has to offer have been recognised in the shortlist for the Tes Schools Awards 2019.
A HARLOW primary school has been praised for its innovative book at bedtime scheme.
ON Monday, Robert Halfon, MP for Harlow, welcomed the winners of his World Book Day 2019 Short Story Competition and their parents in the Houses of Parliament.
THESE awards recognise excellence in the delivery of mental health and wellbeing support in schools and showcase the remarkable work happening daily to reduce stigma, and create happier, more productive school communities.
ONCE again, the choir at Latton Green travelled to the O2 to showcase their hard work and dedication. They have worked tirelessly over the past four months and finally it was the big day.
HARLOW primary schools are making good progress when it comes to reading, writing and maths. Results published by the government show that many of our schools are making considerable progress. The national average is 64%. The average in Essex is 66%. 14 schools in Harlow are above that figure. We don’t run “Best and worst” […]
THERE WAS fun and frolics at Jerounds Primary in the final week of term with staff and children having their photos taken with a photo booth and to top the day off they even had a visit from Father Christmas himself along with his reindeer’s and two elves.
Primary school children return to cheer elderly patients at Christmas A children’s choir was so popular when they sang at their local hospital last year that they were back by popular demand this year. Pupils from Katharines Primary School brought Christmas cheer to elderly patients at Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAHT) in Harlow, when they came […]
LONGWOOD Primary Academy has introduced a Meditation Pod to help combat stress for staff and pupils but also part of a culture to be more resilient.
Friends of Jerounds Christmas Fayre. Full details on poster.
Katherines Primary set to host Christmas Fayre. Full details on poster.
By Callum Hibberd HARLOW’S golden girl, Jo Harten visited the school of her former coach and brought along her gold medal to show the pupils. Jo now plays in Sydney but is back in the UK during the close season. Jo Harten won Gold at the Commonwealth Games Netball Final in a dramatic last gasp […]
ONCE again the children of Abbotsweld were treated to an extraordinary day at SELF launch 2018/2019.