Award winning Manuden artist celebrates 15 years developing artwork .

By William Spalding / 28th May 2020 / 0 Comments
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KAREN Adams has been producing artwork from her home in the village of Manuden near Bishop’s Stortford since 2005. This year she celebrates her 15th anniversary of being a professional artist. She started in 2005 and has not stopped since from pursuing her dream of becoming a world renowned artist. “After 15 years, people  are…

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Former Harlow drama student makes Mischief

By Leah Grace / 20th May 2020 / 0 Comments

FORMER Harlow College drama student Dave Hearn has described how he made it to the top as a founding member of award-winning Mischief Theatre. Opening up about how his career has brought him success Dave said, “I started acting quite late when I was about 17. I did not really take performing that seriously. One…

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Harlow and Saffron Walden Men’s Sheds develop skills and give members a purpose

By Jack Perring / 23rd January 2020 / 0 Comments
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In Harlow Town Park, hidden behind Pet’s Corner an inconspicuous shipping container could easily go unrecognised as Harlow’s very own Men’s Shed. Reporter Jack Perring ventured down to find out more and learned of a similar project in Saffron Walden. The late civil rights activist Coretta Scott King once said, “The greatness of a community…

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Harlow school children discover life on the Home Front at Duxford war museum

By Elana Xerri / 17th January 2020 / 0 Comments
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YEAR Five pupils at Cooks Spinney Primary Academy, Harlow, got a taste of life in Britain during the Second World War when they visited Duxford Imperial War Museum as a part of their studies. The students have been learning about Britain on the Home Front during their history lessons and decided to visit the museum to bring…

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Pupils at Freshwaters Primary, Harlow, get ready to hit the high notes

By Antonio Baidoo / 29th November 2019 / 0 Comments

FRESHWATERS Primary Academy, Harlow has enhanced its music department with major changes expected to develop student creativity for the future. A range of new opportunities has been introduced this year.   The school is looking forward to upcoming events that offer diverse challenges including entering the Young Voices Choir competition at the O2 for January 2020.…

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Burnt Mill Academy students build wells in Cambodia

By Antonio Baidoo / 15th November 2019 / 0 Comments

STUDENTS from Burnt Mill Academy, Harlow, raised thousands of pounds to travel to Cambodia and do charity work.  The Year 11 students joined with Epping St John’s Church of England School, they spent four weeks at the end of the term learning about the culture and the daily hazards of walking and travelling in and…

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Harlow pupils travel the world to learn about religion and culture

By Elana Xerri / 15th November 2019 / 0 Comments
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PUPILS at Little Parndon Primary Academy, Harlow, are travelling the world as part of their Culture Vultures project. They have taken virtual visits to Australia, New Zealand, Africa, India and Pakistan, to celebrate different religions and cultures. The school’s next trip will be to Romania. Pupils have also been taking part in several different activities,…

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Harlow Citizen’s Advice Bureau helps thousands

By Chloe Walpole / 11th November 2019 / 0 Comments

HARLOW Citizen’s Advice Bureau (CAB) helps thousands of clients each year with all kinds of emotional and financial support for free as part of the charity’s work. The bureau is funded by the council and there are currently 316 in the country providing free advice in order to make people feel more at ease about…

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Harlow students use dance to highlight the dangers of cyber bullying

By Elana Xerri / 11th November 2019 / 0 Comments

Reporter Elana Xerri reviews a dance performance warning of the dangers of cyber bullying. HARLOW College supported Anti Bullying Week with a student performance showing the effects of cyber bullying. The dance students delivered an eye opening show, directed by Rob Anderson which had many emotional triggers throughout. The performance was shown to other students…

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Harlow pupils celebrate Roald Dahl day

By Jack Perring / 19th October 2019 / 0 Comments
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  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 College encourages diversity as Black History Month returns.

By Chloe Walpole / 11th October 2019 / 0 Comments
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SALLYANN Abdelmoula, assistant principle at Harlow College, talked with students about the importance of Black History Month. Each October Britain holds Black History Month in which people are encouraged to learn and appreciate other’s and their own differences and ethnicities. Harlow College makes a special effort at this time of year to ensure students and…

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Harlow College students join in global climate change protest

By Alexander Beaney / 4th October 2019 / 0 Comments
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Journalist Alexander Beaney investigated when college students took part in a world-wide demonstration. Here is his report: FORGET Brexit. Right now, there’s only one political issue on students’ minds at Harlow College. And that’s climate change. And they’re demanding action immediately. In the same week that teenage campaigner Greta Thunberg spoke to thousands at a…

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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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Students at Harlow College join Global Climate Strike

By Jack Perring / 20th September 2019 / 0 Comments
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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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