YOU know, when this is all over and it will be, people may well reflect and remember the little gestures that made a big impact. Indeed, in twenty years time, when students such as Madleigh are in their thirties, someone may google her name and say “Are you that Madleigh who wrote that really nice message back in 2020?”
THIS has been a very difficult day for all concerned in education. When we arrived at Passmores Academy, chief executive of the Passmores Learning Community, Vic Goddard, had just spoken to a Year 11, who overnight may have just finished their time at their beloved school.
PASSMORES Academy celebrated International Women’s Day by inviting twenty-five inspirational women into the school to meet the students.
POTTER Street Academy and Purford Green Primary pupils took on a mega-maths challenge when they celebrated World Maths Day recently.
PASSMORES Academy, Purford Green Primary, Potter Street Academy and The Downs Primary have joined forces to form the first PCLC Student Council.
THERE were many inspirational speakers at the Passmores Academy International Women’s Day on Friday.
PASSMORES’ Year 11 GCSE Art students enjoyed a chance to spread their creative wings on a trip to the Tate Modern and Borough Market at London’s South Bank recently.
ANOTHER highly successful careers event for Passmores Year 10’s took place recently, as part of their commitment to prepare students for life after leaving school.
PASSMORES Year 7’s really got to the heart of the matter during the school’s latest Aspire day.
AS part of Passmores Academy’s commitment to sustainable living, four lucky students were selected to accompany teachers, Mr Gladwin and Miss Banks, on a trip of a lifetime to the Earth Summit in New York, USA.
PASSMORES Co-operative Learning Community schools have been recognised for their work to ensure students who are young carers don’t miss out on an education. Passmores Academy, Purford Green Primary.
IN recognition of its commitment to tackle and prevent bullying in school, Passmores has achieved the BIG Award (Bullying Intervention Group) for the SEVENTH consecutive year. This is a national award for excellence in bullying intervention and is endorsed by national awarding organisation, NCFE.
PASSMORES students delivered a gripping performance of J.B. Priestley’s classic thriller, An Inspector Calls in the latest of the school’s illustrious productions.
LESSONS across the curriculum delved deep into the origins and wide-ranging uses of this world-wide phenomenon. Students learnt the truth about the scaling of maps in geography, how propaganda was used in history, diet myths, statistic manipulation, and the role of CGI in the creation of fake news.
PASSMORES headteacher, Vic Goddard has criticised the government’s new school funding website for displaying figures for his school that are hundreds of thousands of pounds higher than the sum he will actually receive reports schoolsweek.co.uk
PUPILS at Potter Street Academy and Purford Green Primary showed off their vocal talents by performing at one of the UK’s biggest arenas, the O2 in London.
PURFORD Green Primary school has been given a Bronze award for their work to make sure students don’t miss out on an education because they are young carers.
LAST term, Potter Street Academy introduced its ‘Sixty-Five Life & Learning Experiences’ programme. This initiative ensures that throughout primary school, the children get involved in a diverse and enriching range of activities.
ONE of Passmores Academy’s most experienced governors has retired after serving the school community for an astounding forty years. Harold Rush was thanked at a recent school event and his years of service commemorated with a special plaque designed and made by Passmores technology students.
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, […]