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Students find their future at Careers Fair 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. Students and their families flocked to Harlow Hotel to…

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Pupils gather to remember the fallen PUPILS from Potter Street Academy, Purford Green Primary and Passmores joined together at the Potter Street Memorial to celebrate Armistice Day on Monday. The pupils and members of the local community gathered to listen to the service led by…

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A PACKED audience at the Harlow Playhouse was treated to four wonderful adaptations of the work of William Shakespeare on Thursday night. Roydon Primary Academy Romeo and Juliet IT takes a lot of courage for Year 4 pupils to get up on the big stage…

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Paralympian Visits Purford Green School FUN, fitness and fundraising was the order of the day when British Paralympic wheelchair racer, Anne Wafula-Strike visited Purford Green Primary recently. As an advocate of equal opportunities, Anne gave a talk which inspired the children to be the best…

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AN astonishing 800 Passmores students have taken part in an initiative which one day, could result in them saving a life. Restart-a-Heart Week is based on the British Heart Foundation’s campaign to teach people essential skills which would enable them to perform CPR on an…

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Potter Street and Purford Green pupils immerse themselves in culture on World Geography Day 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. Each class went on a fact-finding…

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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. Risk-Avert, which has been developed jointly by Essex…

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New year, new families, new curriculum ideas 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. July concluded with the news that children’s test results at the…

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Passmores Cultural Diversity Day Celebrates Immigration 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. The theme of the first event was immigration. The day began with a…

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HUNDREDS of parents and pupils from schools across Harlow visited Passmores Academy as part of their Open Day and Evening. They were met at reception with informative brochures and a goodie bag before going into the hall where the Co-Principals Vic Goddard and Natalie Christie…

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THE SHORT life of John Cordell as read by Passmores Academy student, Will. This project was brought to you Harlow Council Civic Fund and HTS Ltd. Never Forget.

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THE SHORT life of Harlow resident William Hoad, as read out by Passmores Academy student, Abdul. This project was brought to you by Harlow Council Civ Fund and HTS Ltd. Never Forget.

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THE SHORT life of Harlow resident, Albert Edward Lawrence as read by Passmores Academy student Hannah. This project has been supported by Harlow Council Civic Fund and HTS Ltd. Never Forget.

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THE SHORT life of Harlow resident, Charles Lindell as read by Passmores Academy student Teri-Ann. This project has been brought to you by Harlow Council Civic Fund and HTS Ltd. Never Forget.

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THE SHORT life of Harlow resident, George Little as read by Passmores Academy student, Isabelle. This project has been brought to you by Harlow Council’s Civic Fund and HTS Ltd. Never Forget.

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THE short life of Harlow resident, Thomas Baldock as read by Passmores Academy Principal, Vic Goddard. This project has been brought to you by the Harlow Council Civic Fund and HTS Ltd. Never Forget.