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15/09/19

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Robert Ayers

Great to see feature in September’s edition of the 😁👍 thank you Taylor for writing the content 👏👏 https://t.co/KMNeLhLr1z

15/09/19

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Mr Andrew

This weeks homework done. 28.42 for my 5.1 km park run. Reminder to all , running club is a great way to get over the hump of the week. Wednesday 4-5.

13/09/19

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Robert Halfon MP ~Working Hard for Harlow~

Thank you for the great feedback ! Thank you for coming and so glad your students enjoyed it 😊😊

13/09/19

We’ve got so many more industry contacts to follow up!

13/09/19

Thank you for interacting with our students. They all found the experience really useful. We look forward to welcoming you back to the Academy.

13/09/19

We are here! The students are really enjoying talking to the huge range of employers.

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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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27/08/19

“BMAT STEM has done so well in such a short amount of time. It is amazing. I hope they continue to pitch at that level for the future. If this is the beginning, imagine how great it will be in five years’ time.” Well done, Tara! https://t.co/1JU7wXRqBB https://t.co/vsPu7nA3p3

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27/08/19

“He has been coming on in leaps and bounds this year. BMAT STEM has been amazing for reaching into Josh and finding his potential. He is excited for his future and what that might entail.” Well done, Josh! https://t.co/1JU7wXRqBB https://t.co/mH08RdfQQ6

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27/08/19

“It was a big decision for Alan to move to BMAT STEM. He is into technology and likes robotics, computers and science, so it gave him a lot to think about. BMAT STEM has been the right choice for him.” Well done, Alan! https://t.co/1JU7wXRqBB https://t.co/7BCMASuOy1

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22/08/19

The first ever cohort of BMAT STEM Academy students have collected their GCSE results. https://t.co/VBdbKGfgpL https://t.co/fsUHzUHTSM

22/08/19

Well done to our first cohort of students on your amazing results. You’ve done us proud and we’re really excited for next year. Enjoy the last weeks of the summer!

22/08/19

Well done . Amazing results.

21/08/19

At BMA, Year 11 results will be available from 9am. Year 9 and 10 results will be available from 10am.

20/08/19

will be open from 9am on Thursday for students to collect GCSE examination results. Please note that a parent must have a signed letter from the student to collect results on their behalf. We look forward to seeing you all on Thursday!

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26/07/19

Students attending our business focused school have put all they have learnt into practise in the working world. Year 10 students at BMAT STEM Academy spent a week taking part in work experience. https://t.co/7GjvYTpfLd https://t.co/Z9vtbxw7eW

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19/07/19

How science features in the world around us was demonstrated to young scientists. on Tour brought the subject to students at BMAT STEM Academy. Fellow students from schools also got to experience the Careering Into Science show. https://t.co/z8nwuIM6AL https://t.co/pwsucb0EYE

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19/07/19

Quick-fire STEM challenges enabled students to practise all they have learnt in their specialist school. took their What’s In The Tray activity to BMAT STEM Academy. https://t.co/UyNSwMztmf https://t.co/UyNSwMztmf https://t.co/9X0WrdyHbP

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19/07/19

STEM students put all they had learnt into practise when they welcomed younger peers into their unique school. The STEM Creator Team – students with leadership roles – lead the Stemletts Day and welcomed Year 6 pupils into school. https://t.co/AfvMGAD3WC https://t.co/atKIWknTyI

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17/07/19

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Students were given an opportunity to sample their new school before they join in September. A group of 56 students will join Year 10 at BMAT STEM Academy in the new school year. They will be only the second cohort of students to join the school. https://t.co/wKEGlDXGMn https://t.co/pRfMWsPeYj

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BMAT STEM employs dept heads

BMAT STEM employs dept heads

Posted: 13th June 2019

A business focused school has employed heads of department and senior creators among its teenagers.

BMAT STEM Academy, in Harlow, operates with the same structures and practises as those traditionally in the business world, with uniforms replaced with workwear and HR meetings instead of detentions.

Following the same vision, a team of students in Year 10 have been appointed to the new leadership roles instead of the usual head boy, head girl and prefect positions given in secondary schools.

Headteacher Lisa Tooley said: “We have created a business team. Roles include responsibilities such as community engagement, looking after the environment and supporting charities. There are sub committee meetings with everything brought back to the same common goals. It is the whole group working together, but each person has a role and responsibilities depending on their interests.

“This goes in line with the vision of the school, with what our school does different and the environment we work in. Just like our rewards and behaviour system, this follows a business format. The team has to book out the conference room for their meetings which they have to facilitate themselves.

“A high proportion of students wanted to get involved which shows the aspirations of the students here.

“This is very exciting for the school.”

Students keen to secure positions submitted a letter of application and CV before being interviewed and giving a presentation to the school’s senior leadership team.

Senior STEM leaders Tara Osman and Ronnie Witcomb are supported by STEM leaders Natasha Pritchard, Eddie Vann and Owen Nicholls.

Tara said: “I don’t want to be a sheep; I want to break out and be the person I want to be. In this role, I want to make people happy; it’s what I always try to do.”

Ronnie said: “Being able to represent the school and what other students want is important to me.”

Courtney Loft and Logan Twomey-Tyler oversee community cohesion; Alan Delciampo and Lucy Cox head up charity and school fundraising; Brooke Nelson and Sophie Norbury take care of health and wellbeing; backed up by STEM creators Raymond Bull and Jessica Bediako.

Instead of having separate ties or badges to identify their roles, as within mainstream schools, the team are designing their own lanyards.

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