EXCITED children are seeing unique libraries popping up all around their school.
PLAYTIME is being kept under complete control, thanks to the appointment of playground ambassadors.
ST Luke’s Catholic Academy, a school within Our Lady of Fatima Catholic MAT, has achieved National School Games Platinum Award for making a commitment to develop its young people to be the best they can be in competitive school sport.
THE HEADTEACHER of St James’s C of E school has praised one of her pupils who has raised over £1500 for the Australian bushfires.
SCHOOLCHILDREN across the county took part in the fight against hate crime by designing posters to raise awareness about the offences.
A HARLOW nursery has been graded ‘Outstanding” after a recent inspection by Ofsted.
TWO festive choirs visited The Princess Alexandra Hospital to bring some Christmas cheer on Tuesday (17 December).
ON Friday 6th December, Tany’s Dell Enhanced Provision for deaf children, were invited to perform a Christmas carol at Chelmsford Cathedral in the carol service for deaf and deafblind people.
HOLY Cross Primary Academy has produced a novel approach to trying to dissuade drivers from parking on the double yellow lines outside their school.
TEACHER training providers in Harlow and Epping Forest districts are joining forces to promote the area as an attractive place to learn and work. Schools and multi-academy trusts providing ITT (Initial Teacher Training) in the two towns are working together.
IAN KENDAL is executive headteacher of Our Lady of Fatima Multi Academy Trust. The Trust incorporates St Albans Catholic Primary on First Avenue and St Luke’s Catholic Primary off Abercrombie Way.
A ST Alban’s pupil is currently appearing on a United Nations TV feature for ‘What three things could change the world’.
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.
FAWBERT and Barnard set to hold Carols by Candlelight. Full details on poster.
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, […]
TO help young children to have a better understanding of Brexit and the impending election, a Harlow school held a session on politics and democracy.
CHILDREN in South Africa are helping pupils in Harlow to learn about the wider world.
CHILDREN needing extra support with their social skills or emotional health are starting to benefit from a new alternative education provision.
LONGWOOD Primary Academy and Nursery in Harlow has won the Happiest Primary School category in the National Happiness Awards. Four years ago, the school was in special measures with high exclusions.
Roydon Primary Academy Christmas Bazaar. Full details on poster.
A LOUD and energetic performance from a rapper got children excited about poetry.
LONGWOOD Primary Academy, in Harlow, are ‘over the moon’ after being listed as one of the nation’s top 4 happiest schools!
YEAR 5 and 6 pupils from Roydon Primary Academy, in Roydon, spent three days at the Kingwood activity camp in Kent.
ON Friday 15th November at Stewards Academy, 11 children represented Kingsmoor Academy and remained unbeaten. Winning the first game 3 -0 second game 5-0 and then drawing the last game 0-0.