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16/10/18

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Our director of Performing Arts spoke to BBC Essex's Dave Monk about the introduction of DJing lessons at . https://t.co/DMl97XFMsb

15/10/18

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RVHS PE

Massive well done to all the X-country runners who ran at the West Essex X-country championships at yesterday. Superb effort from everyone that ran. 🎽🏅 https://t.co/8Txqo49YQW

15/10/18

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ChangingLives

Please share! ❤️🙌🏼 https://t.co/JUfK3rhNT4

15/10/18

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BMAT

. introduces Future DJs to their curriculum - https://t.co/5geEFixwPD https://t.co/TPDNfrt1xr

15/10/18

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Teenagers took a step into the world of work with a day devoted to careers. Year 11 students at , in Harlow, spent a day dressed in business dress and focused on the next steps in their lives. https://t.co/DpIsEalDYG https://t.co/ZAT75UohCs

06/09/18

Looking forward to welcoming everyone to our 2018 open evening. Head of School speeches at 6:30pm and 7:30pm https://t.co/peNzPFW9hB

09/07/18

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Burnt Mill House

Making our banners for the . We are very excited to take part! https://t.co/mEUDRev7Gl

09/07/18

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Anne Frank Trust

Our East Team are busy today! Our one day pop up 'Take A Stand' exhibition opens at the Hate Crime conference in & our Ambasadors in will also be welcoming visitors to 'Anne Frank: A History for Today'.

09/07/18

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jacqui aslandogdu

What a fantastic show tonight....You really have the best students and teachers..We absolutely loved School of Rock!!...thank you all.

09/07/18

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Claire Bishop

So proud to have seen them all receive their awards last night. Amazing recognition. Thank you for making them all believe they can! https://t.co/3O6zQABSCE

09/07/18

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BMAT

Just read this great article about the fabulous work taking place to develop pupils passion for music. I can’t emphasise enough how important an excellent music department is in a school. HM https://t.co/f8L7941WLo

09/07/18

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BMAT MFLanguages

What an amazing group of MFL teachers we have A great afternoon sharing ideas and good practise. How lucky our students are to have such incredible teachers! Thankyou to MFL BMAT team🇫🇷🇪🇸

09/07/18

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Ms Horner

Invaluable sharing of practice across the Trust today. How lucky are we to have such a wealth of experienced and innovative teachers serving our local communities!?

09/07/18

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St Clare Hospice

Our shop staff getting into the festival spirit in celebration of ClareFest, which is happening this Saturday at our shop at the St James Centre! We'll be selling loads of lovely festival gear, with music from 's Monochroma and ! ✌ https://t.co/78qy9TnzYi

09/07/18

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Jade Nunn

Very Proud of my 2 girls both fought so well 2day at Kent International Judo Comp. Emma just missing out on a Gold but a very well deserved Silver & Jess a Gold & Kent International Champion 2018. https://t.co/YlkeLZ7LVJ

09/07/18

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BMAT

Another student who has gone on to great things. Superb photos. Creativity is so important and starts in school. HM https://t.co/iyVY5gErpA

09/07/18

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BMAT

So very pleased to see awarded a first class degree today. Never doubted that such a brilliant student from would go on to be such a successful adult. Delighted he will use his talents to help others next year. Well done 👏👏👏👏 https://t.co/xcEDtdtwTq

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Key Stage 3 Leaders

Key Stage 3 Leaders

Posted: 10th November 2017

Responsibility around school is being given to a younger group of students for the first time.

Burnt Mill Academy has a Student Senior Leadership Team (SSLT) made up of Year 11 students who have roles to play around the school.

Last year, for the first time, similar responsibilities were given to younger students in Year 8 and the scheme proved so successful, it has become a permanent fixture.

More than 80 students completed applications to become Key Stage 3 (KS3) leaders and 40 sat interviews this year. A team of 14 leaders have now been appointed.

Helen Roper, head of Key Stage 3, said: “The plan was to have ten KS3 leaders, but the standards of the applications were so high we have picked a few more.

“There has been a real buzz around the application process this year. The students are desperate to do well and to show how good they are, as well as to push for higher achievements. They want to help other students and the school and are very proud of that. They are seeing this as a stepping stone to getting onto the SSLT, to being head boy or head girl.

“It’s an opportunity to extend our younger students and to prepare them as our future leaders. It will teach them how to present themselves when they are applying for courses and for jobs. We want to give them these skills early.

“This group of students will be responsible for various events, functions, helping younger students with their homework and keeping display board up to date and engaging. They are also working on their ideas, including a worry box and interview practise for their peers.”

KS3 leaders are Poppy Hazle, Mohit Patil, Kayla Hassan, William Robertson, Beverley Boadu, Michael Salter, Matas Buitkus, Tintswalo Rikhotso, Toms Xavi, Lauren Burgess, Morein Abdelmalek, Dennis Bubutanu, Jianne Gregorio and Freya Chapman. Lauren and Toms were voted by their peers as the lead students.

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