AN initiative to teach CPR to all Year 10 school pupils in Essex was launched at Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) last night with the support of the family of former footballer Justin Edinburgh.
FOURTEEN of our Year 9 and 10 students have visited Cambridge University (Homerton College) as part of their studies working towards Higher and Extended Project Qualifications (HPQ /EPQ).
POTTER Street Academy was delighted to welcome former Team GB international basketball player, Pierre Henry-Fontaine, when he led a sponsored fitness challenge at the school.
PASSMORES Academy has held the second of its Cultural Appreciation Days, this time focussing on religion.
STUDENT progress by pupils across the town was recognised at the Harlow Educational Awards of 2019. The awards have grown so much that they were held for the first time in the main auditorium of the Harlow Playhouse. If you wondered about the backdrop,, Jack and The Beanstalk is on just now (go and see, […]
ON Thursday, a visiting theatre company performed A Christmas Carol for all of Year 7. This Christmas classic is a sentimental and moving text that immersed our students in a Yule-scented melange of hope and faith and love.
PASSMORES Academy is looking forward to an evening of sparkling festive fun and good cheer, as it prepares to host its annual Christmas Fair this December.
AS part of Passmores’ commitment to ensure students are set on the right path to achieve their future endeavours, the school recently co-hosted a careers fair with Stewards Academy.
PUPILS from Potter Street Academy, Purford Green Primary and Passmores joined together at the Potter Street Memorial to celebrate Armistice Day on Monday.
A PACKED audience at the Harlow Playhouse was treated to four wonderful adaptations of the work of William Shakespeare on Thursday night.
FUN, fitness and fundraising was the order of the day when British Paralympic wheelchair racer, Anne Wafula-Strike visited Purford Green Primary recently.
AN astonishing 800 Passmores students have taken part in an initiative which one day, could result in them saving a life.
PUPILS at Potter Street Academy and Purford Green Primary embarked on a virtual world tour, when they took part in a whole-school Geography Day recently.
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.
FRESH from the summer break after Potter Street Academy’s most successful year in its history so far, the Autumn term has got off to a positive start.
PASSMORES will be running a series of Cultural Appreciation days in the coming year to celebrate diversity within the school, our town and across the country.
HUNDREDS of parents and pupils from schools across Harlow visited Passmores Academy as part of their Open Day and Evening.
THE SHORT life of John Cordell as read by Passmores Academy student, Will.
THE SHORT life of Harlow resident William Hoad, as read out by Passmores Academy student, Abdul.
THE SHORT life of Harlow resident, Albert Edward Lawrence as read by Passmores Academy student Hannah.
THE SHORT life of Harlow resident, Charles Lindell as read by Passmores Academy student Teri-Ann.
THE SHORT life of Harlow resident, George Little as read by Passmores Academy student, Isabelle.
THE short life of Harlow resident, Thomas Baldock as read by Passmores Academy Principal, Vic Goddard.
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