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09/10/19

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A summer building programme saw £1.8m invested in our family of schools. BMAT operates primary and secondary schools in Harlow, Epping and Stansted in Essex and Newham in London. https://t.co/cAv7z3asSn https://t.co/oakKaUTqRj

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03/10/19

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Out Now! The new issue of Latitude - The magazine for BMAT Schools, Parents and Communities. Read it online here - https://t.co/VvzQNalzNy https://t.co/LWMGYHARWD

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30/09/19

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CooksSpinneyPrimary

Year 5 students visited for on Friday. Thank you to Year 8 and 9 students at Burnt Mill for preparing information booths about different languages and cultures for the Year 5s to visit. https://t.co/dgQuqQ4tk0

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30/09/19

Are you looking for a secondary school place for your son or daughter? We invite all prospective parents, carers & pupils in years 5 and 6 to come along and visit our Academy. Please contact the main office on (01279) 300555 to book a place on one of our tours. https://t.co/S8QHLCwQlc

23/09/19

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People Make Difference

What an amazing opportunity! We had an amazing time at this morning talking to the year 8’s! Thank you for having us, we would love to come back again.

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19/09/19

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David Woolcott

Had a great time this morning ⁦⁩ talking to the year 8’s about ⁦⁩ ! So exciting to see young faces of our generation inspired to make the world a better place. https://t.co/4KZjzSw04i

17/09/19

English Teachers (two), Burnt Mill Academy, Harlow CM20 2NR https://t.co/kNBOzFwoGD

16/09/19

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Robert Halfon -Working Hard for Harlow-

Thank you . Met some brilliant students from the school. It was great to see so many there. https://t.co/Orif4KG8gR

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04/09/19

Our open evening is this Thursday. We look forward to welcoming all of our prospective students and families. https://t.co/QsscmGZPB7 https://t.co/0HqcCwzQkx

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02/09/19

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BMAT

Children at risk of being permanently excluded from school are being offered a lifeline. BMAT is working closely with to fill the gap in the provision of alternative education. https://t.co/MckLjg0Atn https://t.co/VyvwtCcdje

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28/08/19

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Claire Bishop

One very happy boy. An 8 in GCSE music in year 9!! Thank you https://t.co/Cq6JT0vwY2

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27/08/19

“Saturday school and the extra revision sessions really helped. I feel the school helped me a lot. It’s my teachers who got me through it. I feel really relieved with these results.” Well done, Amber! Good luck at https://t.co/nI6pyOUtnY https://t.co/raYtGWffeX

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27/08/19

“I needed a grade 7 in biology for my course and I got a grade 8, so I was really surprised. The extra revision sessions are so helpful. The teachers being there with us helped me to get better grades.” Well done, Georgia! Good luck at https://t.co/nI6pyOUtnY https://t.co/3D0AKIR2cD

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27/08/19

“I never expected these results in a million years! My hands were shaking so much, I could not open them, I had to get my mum to do it for me. I am so happy as I was not expecting to get these results." Well done, Annabel! Good luck at https://t.co/nI6pyOUtnY https://t.co/QmjzwVGuNk

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27/08/19

“I have done better than I thought I would and that is due to the amount of hard work I put in at school. The extra after-school sessions help. I am feeling happy.” Well done, Brandon! https://t.co/nI6pyOUtnY https://t.co/O4tjd6FDGg

27/08/19

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Herts & Essex Sixth Form

Congratulations - you must be so proud! I am very excited that so many of these wonderful students in this photo have enrolled with us today. The calibre of your students is always fantastic! TMR https://t.co/xCgfxsmgei

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22/08/19

Students and staff were today celebrating at Burnt Mill Academy as the summer’s GCSE results were released. https://t.co/UyTwzBhk0W https://t.co/o6W7oP5bTe

15/08/19

Hi Drew - we’re not fully open during summer but send a DM and I’ll see how I can help - BMAT Media Officer

15/08/19

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HARLOW ROCK SCHOOL

Do you love to sing or play an instrument? We are enrolling now for new band members aged 11-18 Join us for a FREE Taster Sessions Friday 6-8pm Join a band for the new term starting in September

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14/08/19

Starting big school in September is a little less scary now children have had a chance to try it out. Students joining Year 7 at Burnt Mill Academy at the start of the new school year have had the opportunity to sample life at secondary school. https://t.co/ndmBdP4Kh8 https://t.co/2HLefoe6lE

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Head students appointed

Head students appointed

Posted: 26th June 2019

Ambitious young leaders have been appointed to help shape their school’s future.

A team of 12 students have been given a place on the student senior leadership team (SSLT) at Burnt Mill Academy.

Head boy Asa Fletcher-Snow and head girl Isabel Murphy will be supported by deputies, SSLT members and senior prefects as they go into Year 11.

While the head team is usually made up of ten students, the quality of applications was so high, the group has had to be expanded this year.

Francis Collins, deputy headteacher, said: “The standard of applications this year was unbelievable. The ideas the students proposed will work and will help to make the school even better than it already is.

“What came through strongly with each candidate was how proud they are to be involved. They were all nervous, but the way they spoke was phenomenal.”

Students had to submit a letter of application outlining what they bring to Burnt Mill, what they would bring to the role and how they would contribute to the Burnt Mill community.

Shortlisted candidates had to then give presentations to both senior staff and Key Stage 3 student leaders who had a vote.

Asa said: “I’m a confident young man who wants to represent the school in the best way I can and improve it in any way I can.

“One of the ideas I put forward was for a student support system looking after the wellbeing of students and making sure the younger students especially have someone to turn to.

“It’s amazing. I am very, very proud to be given this opportunity and I feel very lucky.”

Isabel said: “I wanted to be a role model to other students. When I started at Burnt Mill, I was part of student voice and I wanted that work to continue. I had to appeal to get my place at Burnt Mill, so it means a lot to me to be a student here.

“I spoke a lot in my interview about the environment and how I want to make changes in the canteen, such as using wooden cutlery and compostable boxes.

“I am really happy.”

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