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 […]
IT was heartening to see so many pupils return to school after (for most) six months away due to the Covid-19 lockdown.
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 […]
“MANY of our school staff have been working extremely hard throughout the pandemic and in readiness for the return of schools in September. This Investment in school buildings will ensure that teachers and support staff can focus on giving every child a high-quality education.
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.
SINCE we launched in July 2013, we have published over 1700 stories on our education channel. The channel is a celebration of all the great work that our teachers do for us all.
LAST month, prior to the academy’s partial closure, 15 Year 9 students from Stewards Academy attended Stratford Magistrates Court to take part in the Young Citizens Magistrates Mock Court Competition.
STEWARDS Academy, like many schools across the town and country, is running a mini-school to support children of key workers and our vulnerable pupils. This is staffed by a dedicated team, working on a rota system, who ensure there is appropriate supervision and support to our on-site pupils.
London Stansted celebrates ‘Women and Girls in Science’ day with special STEM event for Harlow students
A GROUP of young women from Harlow got a unique opportunity to meet with female engineers, pilots and other staff at London Stansted, at an event to mark United Nations International Day of Women and Girls in Science this week.
RECORD number of Stewards Academy pupils graduate from Scholars Programme at Trinity College, Cambridge University.
STEWARDS Academy is delighted to announce that five Year 10 students have risen to the challenge of becoming our first ever High Flyers School Ambassadors.
PUPILS at Stewards Academy have taken part in the ever-popular annual Science Christmas Lectures. Year 7s were treated to a whole day of fun and educational science activities. The day started with a very important task indeed – save Christmas!
HARLOW athlete Danny Raymond is having an impressive winter season as he went under two minutes for the 800 metres for the first time. Last summer, the Stewards Academy student came fourth in the under-15s national championships with a stunning time of 2.01.87. Now he is competing in the under-17 category Ann the is definitely […]
AN initiative to teach CPR to all Year 10 school pupils in Essex was launched at Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) last night with the support of the family of former footballer Justin Edinburgh.
IF you want to know what the future of Harlow looks like, then watch this 26 minute long film where the students of Stewards Academy discuss the General Election of 2019.
ON Tuesday, we interviewed a number of Stewards Academy on the General Election of 2019. They are all too young to vote but there world will be greatly affected by what happens on December 12th.
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, […]
STEWARDS Academy was very proud to present two separate performances of Hamlet and The Taming of the Shrew at The Shakespeare Schools Festival at The Harlow Playhouse last week, continuing a commitment to youth theatre which it has been a part of for over 12 years.
A PACKED audience at the Harlow Playhouse was treated to four wonderful adaptations of the work of William Shakespeare on Thursday night.
A STEWARDS Academy teacher is taking on the challenge of the London Marathon for charity.
FOR the sixth consecutive year Stewards pupils were invited along to speak at the annual PTI Primary Headteachers Conference. Elissa Zakaria, Nathan O’Dell and Luca Spires, all in year 7, spoke to the delegates about their primary experience and how their transition to secondary school has been for them.
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.
STEWARDS Academy celebrated the European Day of languages in typical style, combining the day with a sensational Bake Off. The day started with a special assembly to celebrate the range of languages spoken by children at Stewards.