Harlow Council Electoral Team share bleak insight into voting behaviour of the young

By Jack Perring / 8th November 2019 / 0 Comments

ELECTORAL registration officer, Simon Hill as well as members of the Harlow Council Electoral Team visited Harlow College to help encourage young students to register for the upcoming General Election. Emphasising the importance of voting in a democratic society Mr Hill commented “The youth vote really has the power to affect the overall outcome; how…

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Sir Frederick Gibberd College prepares students for the world of work

By Jack Perring / 8th November 2019 / 0 Comments

YEAR 7 students at Sir Frederick Gibberd College have been practising vital skills for a life of work after education. A host of new job advertisements have been created to offer students a chance to get a taste of employment. Taking on roles from librarians to playground monitors, pupils went through the processes of applications…

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Harlow pupils celebrate Roald Dahl day

By Jack Perring / 19th October 2019 / 0 Comments

  STORIES came to life at Cooks Spinney Primary Academy as pupils celebrated Roald Dahl day. The day was marked by an assembly on the life of one of Britain’s most treasured children’s authors. With the help of West End in Schools’ Bringing Books to Life program children partook in dance workshops where scenes from…

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Harlow’s young leaders visit Parliament

By Jack Perring / 18th October 2019 / 0 Comments

THE JUNIOR leadership team at Cooks Spinney Primary Academy has visited Parliament. Harlow MP, Robert Halfon invited the students for a tour to see how leadership and governance is exercised at a higher level. Teacher Sarah Brennan said “We were keen for them to see how their adult counterparts operate in parliament and how important…

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Leicester mother travels to Moscow for revolutionary MS treatment

By Jack Perring / 4th October 2019 / 0 Comments

A MOTHER of two young children from Leicester has joined over 800 people who have travelled to Moscow for cutting edge MS treatment. Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation (HSCT) is an experimental treatment available in only a few locations across the globe including the Pirogov Centre in Moscow. Boasting a 75 per cent to 95 per…

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M11 between Harlow and Stansted to close for six weeks

By Jack Perring / 4th October 2019 / 0 Comments

DUE to resurfacing plans the M11 is now closed at night  for six weeks between junction 8 and 7 until November 11.   The first three weeks of this closure will affect the M11 northbound from October 1 to October 23.   The next three weeks will affect the M11 Southbound from October 21 to…

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Antonio Baidoo

By Jack Perring / 20th September 2019 / 0 Comments

ANTONIO Baidoo was never a fan of school. Attending Sir Walter St John’s high school in Battersea he found his classes uninspiring with the teaching leaving much to be desired. As many aimless teens do, Antonio found himself falling in with the wrong crowd and left school with no real ambitions for the future. Whilst…

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Students at Harlow College join Global Climate Strike

By Jack Perring / 20th September 2019 / 0 Comments

HARLOW College has given its students the opportunity to exercise their democratic rights and join with millions of protestors around the world taking part in the Global Climate Strike. Around the country, some school students are rumoured to have been threatened with truancy reports but at Harlow College assistant principal Sallyann Abdelmoula is determined to…

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