PUPILS AT Latton Green Primary Academy have made a special video in order to say farewell to staff, fellow pupils and parents at the end of a year that they may well never forget. There is a song and there is a poem. We are sure all these pupils will continue to make their mark […]
ESSEX has seen a return to primary schools and early years settings begin to take place on a phased, gradual basis.
Robert Halfon MP and Harlow Conservatives call on Essex Council to set up Summer Camps to help children “catch-up”
FOLLOWING a £1bn package of catch-up support for children announced by the Education Secretary on Friday, Robert Halfon MP, the Leader of Harlow Conservatives and the four Harlow Councillors on Essex Council, are calling on Essex County Council to launch “summer camps” for children in Harlow.
APPLICATIONS are welcome for St Luke’s Catholic Nursery. This is for funded child care for three and four year-olds.
ESSEX County Council’s (ECC) Place Services and Economic Growth Policy and Scrutiny Committee will review plans to re-open Essex Libraries on Thursday 25 June.
GAVIN Williamson tonight suggested class ‘bubbles’ will be doubled to 30 children to get all schools fully up and running in September.
WAY back at the start of March, when Potter Street Academy and Purford Green Primary began planning for the prospect of school closure due to the Covid 19 outbreak, they knew their first priority would be to stay in touch with each and every one of their pupils’ families.
I was accused of ‘scaremongering and not worthy of someone claiming to be a leading member of our community’. I’ve never claimed that, rather all I was doing was trying to support families in poverty in Harlow
MR Halfon went on: “Do you believe that schools [that] are reopening and may not necessarily be following the 5 tests set by the NASUWT – are they mismanaging things or should they be open? …Are schools wrong to open if they don’t accept the 5 tests set by the NASUWT?”
WITH schools closed to the majority of students since the end of March, lessons have been moved to the internet to enable teachers to continue teaching and inspiring their classes.
THE government has announced another 18 schools and colleges handed up to £150,000 each to become “edtech demonstrators” reports FE Week.
HARLOW Labour has welcomed the government’s U-Turn on free school meal vouchers, something they’ve been calling and campaigning for since writing a letter to the local MP on 21st May.
HUNDREDS of children across Harlow are keeping busy with creative projects, thanks to a donation of art materials.
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has been “doing the rounds” on both national television and radio this morning to re-iterate his message to the government that they should extend the free school meals scheme over the summer holidays.
LABOUR will today use an opposition day debate in Parliament to call on the Government to continue to directly fund provision of free school meals, including the free school meal voucher scheme for eligible children over the summer holidays to ensure a holiday without hunger.
AS more pupils return to school, Harlow MP, Robert Halfon has sen tout a message to parents, teachers, support staff and everyone concerned about school reopenings.
WE have seen the Lion’s video and we have seen the Dragon’s video,, so this week it is the Unicorn’s.
A headteacher is working hard to ensure the culture and ethos of her brand-new school continues to develop during lockdown.
HISTORIC England has launched a second emergency fund to support the heritage sector recovery from the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic.
ALONG with other Stand Up To Racism(SUTR) groups across the country, SUTR Harlow ‘took the knee’ at 6 o’ clock on Wednesday evening. About 12 people from Harlow carried out this action in support of the Black Lives Matter movement outside the entrance to the Rhodes Arts Complex in Bishops Stortford.
Jack Petchey Foundation recognises exceptional young person from Harlow during Covid-19 with award THE Jack Petchey Foundation launched Jack Petchey’s Community Awards, an award scheme to recognise young people from London and Essex who are helping their community during the coronavirus outbreak. Members of the public are invited to nominate a young person they know […]
Children returning to school will benefit from a brand-new wellbeing room installed during lockdown.
WHILE schools have been closed to the majority of pupils due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the extra resource has been set up at Roydon Primary Academy, in Roydon.
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has expressed his disappointment at the news that plans have been dropped for all pupils to return to primary schools.
THE plan for all primary school years in England to go back to school before the end of term is to be dropped by the government.