The Ongar Academy Weekly Bulletin. IT IS a very busy time at The Ongar Academy just now. You can see that from their bulletin below and if you follow the school on social media. Full details on link below. https://www.yourharlow.com/wp-content/uploads/Weekly-Bulletin-25th-September-2020.pdf Tweet
THE HEAD of Passmores Academy has told The Guardian that they have set up his school hall like an exam hall so that a “masterclass” of up to 60 pupils could be taught inside by one teacher plus one or two support staff, if needed.
IN light of currently being unable to welcome prospective parents, students and families into their school due to the pandemic,
ST MARK’S West Essex Catholic School welcome you to their first virtual open day. The following is a message from headteacher, Elaine Heaphy AT St Mark’s our first and most important principle for reopening is safety. We believe that we are unable to accommodate visitors onto our site at present. However, we have planned a few […]
WHAT’S scarier than taking control of a class full of teenagers? Skydiving at 15,000 feet!
SCHOOL spending per pupil in England fell by 9 per cent in real terms between 2009-10 and 2019-20, a new analysis found.
THREE community minded Stewards Academy students have raised hundreds for charity. Friends James Bull (year 7) and Ryan Campling (year 8) organised a cake sale to raise funds for St Clare Hospice. They wrote out invitations and invited neighbours and friends. On the day they were joined by Archie Crowley (year 8) and ran a […]
ANYONE who follows The Ongar Academy on social media will appreciate that it is a very busy school.
IT was heartening to see so many pupils return to school after (for most) six months away due to the Covid-19 lockdown.
THE first students to lead a new school are proud of the legacy they leave behind.
TEENAGERS of all ages have come away from Burnt Mill Academy with top GCSE grades.
BMAT STEM Academy, in Harlow, will open the doors to its sixth form for the first time in September.
RECENTLY, a wonderful mural of Marcus Rashford was unveiled at Passmores Academy.
AFTER a challenging year in many respects, teachers and leaders at Mark Hall Academy have spent some time reflecting upon some encouraging exam results. Academy Principal, Manjit Hazle said: “This year’s results are in line with what staff, and the academy, had forecasted all year. “The Centre Assessed Grades process was addressed with rigour by […]
IF you ever want to see passion, dedication and commitment in a headteacher then you should really take a trip down the A414 and see The Ongar Academy headteacher, Allan Osborne in action. Mr Osborne has written to all parents and carers to give an overview of the results. It would be unfair for us […]
YEAR 11 pupils at Saint Nicholas School have been celebrating some very good GCSE results today. 97% of pupils achieved at least five GCSEs at grade 4 and above which maintains the trend over the last four years and 87% of pupils achieved grade 5 and above in all their subjects, which is an increase on last year.
AT Stewards Academy, the familiar, albeit quietened, buzz of excitement filled the school hall once again as pupils gathered to receive their GCSE results. Whilst this year, the pupils arrived in their smaller ‘pods’ at different times, there were still smiles aplenty, with fewer hugs and more ‘elbow bumps. It is so pleasing to know […]
PASSMORES Academy recognises that the young people in year 11 have had the most difficult of times over the last few months with regard to their futures and the impact of having sat no exams.
THE strong work ethic of teenagers in Harlow has been praised today as they receive their GCSE results.
THE first ever cohort of students at a specialist STEM school have today collected their GCSE results.
AS the 2020 summer exam season was cancelled, this year’s Year 11 cohort have been awarded grades by the exam boards, based on information supplied by the schools.
TEENAGERS have today been praised for their strength, resilience and maturity as they collect their GCSE results.
ON Thursday, Charlotte was awarded an A*, A, B which would not have been “good enough” for Cambridge. Charlotte was considering an offer from Edinburgh University.
AS the controversy continues regarding A Level results, we now face uncertainty regarding GCSE results this Thursday.