Coping with birthdays in lockdown

By santynamarchesi / 30th April 2021 / 0 Comments
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  Reporter Santyna Marchesi interviews three girls whose birthdays have been effected by lockdown in all different ways. SINCE March 20 last year England has been in and out of a lockdown due to the corona virus. This meant many places had to be closed and you could not mix with other households. For people…

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Harlow Princess Alexandra Hospital labelled with ‘significant concerns’

By santynamarchesi / 29th April 2021 / 0 Comments
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HARLOW hospital, Princess Alexandra, has been called ‘inadequate’ due to understaffing and long waiting times after a recent care quality commission inspection. The inspection took place on February 14 and found staff was not following the PPE requirements put in place since covid 19. They also saw staff moving from amber areas to red throughout…

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How the public have coped with the gyms being reopened

By santynamarchesi / 29th April 2021 / 0 Comments
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Reporter Santyna Marchesi explores the different ways people have reacted and coped without the gym during the covid 19 lockdown. ON MARCH 20 last year, England went into a lockdown which meant many places were closed. For example: shops, restaurants, pubs but the biggest disappointment for many people was the fact that the gyms were…

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Essex schools appoint new director to help children in need

By santynamarchesi / 25th March 2021 / 0 Comments
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MARIOS Solomonides has become new director of special education needs and disabilities trust (SEND) with aims to remove all barriers faced by children with additional needs within BMAT schools. He has been appointed as the new director to take into account the different ways of learning which need to be introduced and how they will…

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Harlow Mark Hall Academy webinar proves successful

By santynamarchesi / 5th March 2021 / 0 Comments

YEARS nine, ten and eleven students at Mark Hall Academy were introduced to an online webinar to develop their writing skills. Students discovered how to structure, paraphrase and use the right words at the right time with the use of comedy and jokes; they also found out how to apply these skills to exams and…

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Healthy schools week at Cooks Spinney, Harlow

By santynamarchesi / 4th March 2021 / 0 Comments
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COOKS Spinney Primary Academy, in Harlow, held Healthy Schools Week to help pupils take care of themselves during lockdown. This involved pupils in all years. Activities included fitness bingo, making posters, making smoothie bowls and creating a smoothie recipe and the students shared their creations with their classmates. The school also launched a mental health…

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Mark Hall Academy students combine pizza with keep fit

By santynamarchesi / 4th March 2021 / 0 Comments
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MARK Hall Academy, Harlow, has combined physical education lessons with pizza calorie counting. Students in years seven, eight and nine have been challenged to create a pizza order, calculating its calories before burning them off in their PE lesson. Within this lesson there are many cross-curricular links with students use their maths and artistic skills…

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Covid 19 : One of the worst experiences of my life

By santynamarchesi / 15th January 2021 / 0 Comments
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Reporter Santyna Marchesi had never expected to succumb to Covid. However she proved that this virus does not discriminate and can infect young as-well as the old. Here she tells her story: I HAVE always been quite laid back about COVID and was never worried about if I got it due to me being young…

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The purr-fect support puppy

By santynamarchesi / 15th October 2020 / 0 Comments
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Reporter Santyna Marchesi is an avid dog lover. She has a pup of her own. It is a Cane Corso named Boo, so she couldn’t wait to meet Lula. THE LATEST student to join Harlow college is the most popular there has even been. Lula is a black Cockapoo from Harlow, only nine months old…

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From nature to knowledge at Cooks Spinney Academy

By santynamarchesi / 6th October 2020 / 0 Comments

COOKS Spinney has been undergoing a transformation. Staff at Cooks Spinney Primary Academy have recently transformed their nature area into an outdoor learning space. They tidied the green area and have now made it possible for many outside lessons, such as art lessons as well art and craft-based learning linked to the science and art…

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