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.
STEWARDS Academy is absolutely delighted to have received re-validation of the nationally prestigious Inclusion Quality Mark that the school has held for many years.
YOU can tell how popular the Stewards Academy Open Evening is by the fact that parents and children are queuing up before they open the doors at 6pm.
HARLOW athlete Danny Raymond earned a hard fought fourth place in the under-15’s 800 metres at the National Championships in Bedford.
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AT Stewards Academy, the familiar buzz of excitement filled the school hall once again as pupils gathered to receive their GCSE results. There were lots of smiles and hugs as pupils opened their results and began to celebrate their success.
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A YOUNG Harlow performer is set to make his debut at the world’s largest arts festival.
A PACKED audience on a hot summer evening enjoyed a great summer dance festival at Stewards Academy last Tuesday (July 15th).
PLACE2BE provides emotional and therapeutic services in primary and secondary schools, building children’s resilience through talking, creative work and play.
STEWARDS Academy was delighted to welcome the first cohort of eager, enthusiastic and excited year 6 pupils to its Taster Day. Pupils were given a range of curriculum activities to experience, accompanied for the whole day by current year 7 pupils who supported them.
STEWARDS Academy pupils were yet again the stars of the show at the annual PTI Subject Enrichment Residential at Downing College, University of Cambridge. Five year 10 pupils made up the panel for around 200 teachers of Art, English, Geography and Music. The pupils – Mia Christie, Grace Pudney, Matylda Szczerba, Seven Hassan and Kai Jordan – all gave a two minute presentation on their specific subject area.
HE short life of Arthur Cottee as read out by Obehi from Stewards Academy.
THE short life of George Myson as read out by Stewards Academy student, Bryony. Thank you to Mr King of the Humanities Department for his help. This project has been brought to you by Harlow Council’s Civic Fund and HTS Ltd. Never forget Tweet
THE short life of Thomas Lewis as read out by Katie from Stewards Academy. Thanks to Mr King from the Humanities Department of Stewards Academy. Thank you to Harlow Council Development Fund and HTS Ltd for supporting this project. o Tweet
STEWARDS Academy celebrated the achievements of its pupils at their annual Presentation Evening.