WILLIAM Martin CofE School on Tawneys Road, was thrilled to learn that one of their pupils, Mya-Faith Gibson aged 7, won the Corona Heroes Badge Competition organised by the Rt. Hon. Robert Halfon MP over the lockdown period. The competition was an opportunity for children to design a badge celebrating the hard work of the NHS […]
STUDENTS, staff and parents have been welcomed back to William Martin C of E Schools and Nursery.
STAFF at St James’ C of E Primary School on Paringdon Road were absolutely delighted to welcome back all of their children on Thursday 3rd September.
AN ON-LINE book of remembrance has been opened for a William Martin teacher who passed away last week.
WITH schools opening to all pupils as normal from September after dealing with the challenges and disruption caused by the pandemic, Potter Street Academy and Purford Green Primary had to think creatively about how they could manage their transition arrangements for new pupils entering reception.
SCHOOLS within BMAT take part in National Skipping Day each year, with sports leaders creating a buzz among children as they tour schools encouraging various activities.
CHILDREN moving to secondary school in September are meeting their teachers, buying their uniform and learning about their new subjects – all via the internet.
WITH the pandemic disrupting many social events, children across the land have missed out on summer term trips and farewell traditions of their schools. But at Potter Street Academy and Purford Green Primary, staff were determined to find a way to celebrate Year 6 pupils’ achievements, and allow them to say a proper goodbye to their primary schools.
CHILDREN from five primary schools competed against each other in their first virtual sports day.
WHILE ongoing Coronavirus restrictions prevent many pupils from going into school, teachers at Little Parndon Primary Academy, in Harlow, have recorded videos to introduce themselves to their new classes.
A VILLAGE school headteacher is saying an emotional farewell to the community he loves.
THESE pupils will probably never forget their final year at primary school. It was all going swimmingly until March and then Covid-19 arrived. Below is photo of some of the Year 6 pupils at Cooks Spinney with their teacher, Miss Dackombe. If you have any last day photos you would like to share with us, […]
THIS IS the last week for the Year 6 of Cooks Spinney Primary Academy. They may well never forget the last year. In twenty years, time, they may well describe 2020 to their won children as “challenging” or “different”
PUPILS at Roydon Primary Academy, in Roydon, have continued to take part in PE sessions, despite the Coronavirus crisis seeing the majority learning from home.
AN announcement that Primary Schools in Essex will again receive PE & Sport Premium funding for the 2020-21 academic year has been welcomed by Essex County Council.
A SCHOOL’S work to keep children active at home during lockdown has been recognised with a national award.
IF YOU want to get the feel for how popular Passmores Academy is then take this on board. 249 out of 251 of next year’s Year 7 intake plan to attend their summer school in July.
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 […]
APPLICATIONS are welcome for St Luke’s Catholic Nursery. This is for funded child care for three and four year-olds.
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.
HUNDREDS of children across Harlow are keeping busy with creative projects, thanks to a donation of art materials.
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.
A HARLOW school has taken swift action after a Covid-19 incident within the grounds of the school.
A MOTHER of twin girls has described their joy at going back to school as lessons resume for children, who can now rejoin the offspring of non-key workers reports the BBC.