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15/11/19

More young people than ever before are taking part in their school pantomime. An original script is being created by the school’s teachers to ensure as many students as possible can get involved. https://t.co/V3JdVqFLsz https://t.co/Sak4nvOYmL

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15/11/19

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Charanga VIP Studio Sessions

Massive congratulations to K1, Janice, Cooper & Ryan - winners of our first competition judged by & - check the video to hear their tracks 🥇🎉📈 https://t.co/bFerxxl9nx

15/11/19

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Well done bubs 😊😘😘 and thankyou for always supporting Harvey 😊 https://t.co/87zTwzWfoA

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15/11/19

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HarveyLucas

So proud to receive my Special Accolade Award for Music. Thank you so much for all the support over the years (sorry for all the emails 🤦🏻‍♂️😂) I’ve loved it all and continue my music in A-Levels so thanks again 😁🎺🎸🎼 https://t.co/FII0NiCnHr

14/11/19

Working with on this trip helped provide a brilliant opportunity for our students. We're looking forward to working together on future projects. https://t.co/ZAzfdep774

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11/11/19

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BMAT

Current Vacancies - We have a variety of teaching and non teaching roles available across our trust - https://t.co/UCU0OUBsP0 https://t.co/NVv0yhJHSn

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11/11/19

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Epping St John’s Sixth Form

One day to go! Join us at School on Tuesday 12th November to continue ! Register your interest online at https://t.co/Mp11JwgekH https://t.co/GlXdFMUMmv

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04/11/19

Burnt Mill Academy is the only secondary school in Essex to achieve the country’s highest accolade for arts education. The school has been awarded the prestigious Platinum Award. https://t.co/JHYBZ6J7Tq https://t.co/PLHDtdIwSB

04/11/19

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It is part of the Adopt A Sculpture trail. Work by 16 other schools including & be found in & Harlow Central Library. Work on display until 4 November. https://t.co/lbBqTf6258

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04/11/19

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BMAT

Wonderful to see so many past and present students of our schools performing for and at ’s brilliant fireworks display this evening 🎇 https://t.co/NYpbHvI6tD

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30/10/19

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Young footballers got to experience a professional match, thanks to free tickets secured by their schools. Families from BMAT primary and secondary schools were invited to experience a women’s football match at the London Stadium at the Olympic Park. https://t.co/5U8hpDRRGr https://t.co/B89XbafKke

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30/10/19

One way of getting the attention of teenagers is to put them in front of an Army Regular. Students at Burnt Mill Academy are opting for a unique course as an alternative to the traditional GCSEs. https://t.co/ZmVH2oYBll https://t.co/lYKc1NrvzG

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25/10/19

A new rugby kit has been designed by young players at . Four keen rugby players from Burnt Mill Academy spent the day at the home of . The new rugby top design has been produced and gifted to the school. https://t.co/v55ysH0Kzd https://t.co/Jm6JIhAiS2

24/10/19

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The F2 Academy

We are at this afternoon for their Post-16 Careers fair. We are delighted to be invited to speak about the opportunities we offer at the F2 Academy!

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23/10/19

Children who may lack confidence in taking part in sporting competitions are thriving at their own clubs. Students who attend nurture classes at Burnt Mill Academy are finding their feet at the newly launched sport clubs. https://t.co/IpaDbps1cX https://t.co/rPuxq6rCXG

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23/10/19

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BMAT sixth forms launch unique curriculum packages.https://t.co/aJVaVxd65P https://t.co/NxlJO5niPL

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23/10/19

PTA AGM - Thursday 24th October - Parents are being urged to join our school’s relaunched PTA. Burnt Mill Academy is looking to involve as many parents as possible in the future of the school. https://t.co/b4xEYA6YZA https://t.co/wTTOR6xmMi

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23/10/19

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BMAT STEM Academy

Our Sixth Form information evening is today! Come along from 4pm - 7pm to find out more about what we offer in this state of the art facility in the centre of town. You can register your interest online at https://t.co/8N1ScSnes1 https://t.co/S8jG8MtCR5

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23/10/19

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Our specialist academy is launching a Sixth Form. Come and find out all about at their information evening this Wednesday! Right next to Harlow College - find out more and register your interest at https://t.co/8ZMxCYuRLD https://t.co/UCQIFW6qLz

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21/10/19

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Sixth Forms & have launched a unique curriculum to cater for whatever path students want to take. Whether looking to study A-levels, vocational courses or specialise in STEM subjects, the sixth forms have created a curriculum to suit. https://t.co/f6BWY7FTrn https://t.co/f4wuiLH0vj

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Reading

Why reading matters at Burnt Mill

At Burnt Mill Academy we aim to foster a love of reading and prioritise it in our school. We understand that reading is the passport to pupils’ success; pupils who read well are more likely to succeed at school, achieve better qualifications than those who don’t, and will go on to lead fulfilling success lives and careers in the future.

How much and how often?

All pupils should be reading for between 30 minutes to one hour every day during the week, and more at the weekends is encouraged. In addition to reading in their curriculum lessons all pupils in KS3 read for 30 minutes in their form time.

The Library

Our new library is a thriving space and continually evolving. We have a range of fiction books, new and favourites, to cater for all tastes and comfort levels. We are currently expanding our range to include fiction and non-fiction texts to support all curriculum areas: from Maths to Music, from French to Physics, the library is the go-to place for students to read around their subject areas. Open every day from 8:15am.

Renaissance Learning – Accelerated Reader

All pupils in Year 7 and 8 have access to Accelerated Reader, a structured online programme which supports and helps to monitor pupils’ progress in their reading with the aim of maximising the reading potential of every pupil. Confident, independent pupils with a strong private reading habit are more likely to achieve their full potential in all of their lessons, and Accelerated Reader helps them to do just that.

Through this programme, pupils’ reading can be monitored and evaluated to ensure that they are reading regularly and making progress in their reading skills. Pupils can take a quiz on a book, earn points and prizes for high marks and rapid progress in terms of their reading age. We also run library reward schemes such as the Reader of the Week, the Inter-house Reading Competition and the Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards for completing challenges on their Reading Passport – ask at the library for more details. Pupils can also strive to achieve membership of the ‘Millionaire’s Club’ which is for those who read one million words through the Accelerated Reader programme, where prizes will be awarded in assembly each term.

Reading Recovery

Reading does not come naturally to many, and for these pupils, particular interventions are put in place to ensure they have the support and expertise to help them move forward in their reading age and boost their confidence as independent readers. We follow the Ruth Miskin ‘Fresh Start’ programme for pupils whose reading age is significantly below their chronological age. This is delivered in pairs and small groups with specially trained staff to work on phonics and decoding to ensure pupils can access the texts needed to make the most of their curriculum and be successful in their lessons.

Pupils who need extra support with reading but are more confident with decoding will have a trained, supportive, older peer mentor who will help with their confidence in reading aloud. There will also be a member of staff to support them in choosing the right book and completing their Bronze award on their Reading Passport.

Parents and carers will receive a letter detailing their child’s progress in reading each term, along with access details for Home Connect, Renaissance Learning’s online tool to help parents and carers monitor their Accelerated Reader progress.

For more information on the library or reading at Burnt Mill, please contact Ms Khan, Assistant Head Teacher, through the school contact page. You can also follow the @BMAT_reading handle on Twitter.

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