“I WILL be recommending to the Regional Commissioner and to Baroness Berridge, the Government Minister for Academies, that a new, regional or local academy takes over the school urgently”.
THE TRUST that runs Mark Hall Academy has been warned that it may have its funding terminated.
HOWEVER, they have faced it with a remarkable resolve. Trouble is, when we visit them in September, we are half expecting them to break into one great dance routine.
AS the academic year of 2019-20 closes, we have been interviewing a number of the town’s headteachers, in order to look back on the past four months and see what plans they have for September and beyond.
LAST week, members of the student council at Stewards Academy took part in a virtual roundtable organised by Place2Be, to talk with Robert Halfon, MP for Harlow and Chair of the government’s Education Select Committee.
THE HEADTEACHER of St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School has paid tribute to everyone associated with the Tripton Road school since the Covid-19 pandemic began.
STUDENTS at BMAT STEM Academy, in Harlow, are being offered a range of online experiences to develop their industry knowledge.
USUALLY, at this time of year, schools across Harlow have been hosting their GCSE Art exhibitions. They are wonderful events where staff, students and parents are able to attend and see the great work the students have produced.
AN INSPECTION report by government education watchdog, Ofsted has branded Harlow secondary school Mark Hall Academy “inadequate”.
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has written to the Head of Passmores Academy, Vic Goddard in order to “clarify” a number of points made in a YourHarlow interview. Mr Halfon said: “As you know, I have always given strong support to Passmores Schools. I worked closely with Department for Education officials to ensure you received assistance […]
IT is going to be an emotional time for the Year 11 pupils who are leaving Passmores Academy in July.
WITH schools closed to the majority of students since the end of March, lessons have been moved to the internet to enable teachers to continue teaching and inspiring their classes.
HUNDREDS of children across Harlow are keeping busy with creative projects, thanks to a donation of art materials.
AS you may have seen, Passmores Academy have been keeping spirits up during this pandemic with some wonderful video presentations.
A KEEN reader ploughed her way through two and a half books in one day to raise much-needed funds for the NHS.
ON this occasion, Mr Shine, Miss Sales and the rest of the Dragon House team are here to put a smile on your face.
WITH the majority of children not attending school due to the Coronavirus outbreak, teachers are having to find new ways to keep inspiring children.
A BRAND-new school built almost entirely in a factory has risen from the rubble while the country has been in lockdown.
DISADVANTAGED children have been provided with digital devices and unlimited broadband by their school to enable them to learn at home.
A school has devoted a whole week to learning about and celebrating the NHS. The nation has been focusing on the vital lifesaving work the NHS is carrying out in the fight against Coronavirus. In response, Epping St John’s Church of England School, in Epping, held its own NHS Week as a way of ensuring […]
HERE is Passmores Academy VE Day 75 celebration video. Passmores Academy are thankful for the sacrifices made in the past, sacrifices that are being made today and those that will be made in the future.
PASSMORES P.E. teacher, Sidnie Sales has achieved the astounding feat of running a marathon and raising thousands of pounds for charity whilst the country remains in lockdown.
A TRUST specialised in working with children with challenging behaviour has taken the reigns at a Harlow academy previously plagued by financial struggles reports the Epping Forest Guardian.
IT looks like staff at all the Passmores Learning Community schools have been trying to learn something new during the Covid-19 lockdown.