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13/09/22

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Monday 19th September, the date of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s State Funeral, will be a national bank holiday. Our schools will be closed on this date. Schools will resume at normal time on Tuesday 20th September. https://t.co/DJ2PVRmbKD

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09/09/22

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BMAT and our schools are incredibly saddened to hear of the passing of Her Majesty The Queen and we would like to extend our sincerest condolences to the Royal Family at this time of national mourning. https://t.co/lPaBCTyGlX

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26/08/22

“I felt quite proud and excited for my results.” Congratulations Barbara! https://t.co/7sbF1EVXIN https://t.co/xNiOz613X1

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26/08/22

“I am pretty happy with my results.” Congratulations Ashley! https://t.co/7sbF1EDOuF https://t.co/jljEBn157c

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25/08/22

“We are encouraged by the results and by the young professionals these students have developed into.” https://t.co/1kyxEpa9mu https://t.co/qS0zKrSpcG

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22/08/22

“I was so glad to get my A in computer science.” Congratulations Ashton! https://t.co/b9ippY98r1 https://t.co/3GWVpQuXf3

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22/08/22

“My results are above what I was expecting. I was slightly shocked, but relieved.” Congratulations Cedrick! https://t.co/b9ippXRx2r https://t.co/I2sWALGXkl

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18/08/22

“We are extremely proud of the students and how they have performed, especially considering the circumstances." https://t.co/oedCoewMWV https://t.co/xq4KXNLdrC

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18/07/22

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It was great to welcome year 12 students from & 1 year 10 student from to this week for their work experience. They all did an amazing job and it was a pleasure to have them with us https://t.co/oIEYpbjrlA

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06/07/22

We’re celebrating the success of our Year 10 students. 90% of students got a 2:1 and we were thrilled to hear our students achieved the top marks out of any school from our assessor. https://t.co/tnY1BiDW8z

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05/07/22

Wonderful day learning all about the options available for University study. Thank you to for organising a great visit. It is so important for students to know about all the options open to them at all levels. https://t.co/G1IQS8WKjq

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05/07/22

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Our students working alongside our as part of their work experience . Thanks again to everyone involved in making these opportunities happen for our local students 😁 https://t.co/QW7StO8gR2

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05/07/22

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This is Madison ( work experience) talking through her process mapping (using lean methodology) with . The process that was being mapped and improved was ‘how to bake a cake 🍰’ https://t.co/TQlUYswC8d

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05/07/22

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Mental health support for our young people aged 11-18years covering Harlow and Epping. Thank you for all your great work! please share. https://t.co/B8GNR3vni5

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02/07/22

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Wonderful way to complete a week’s worth of work experience. students presented their improvement and transformation recommendations to our . The students did an amazing job & it was a pleasure having the students here with us 👏👏👏 https://t.co/nqITyFjUPn

29/06/22

Thank you so much for the time you gave to our students. They are having a brilliant week and learning so much!

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29/06/22

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Over the moon to be able to welcome students back on site at for their work experience this week. Thank you to everyone that has helped to make this happen, very much appreciated ❤️ https://t.co/IoYNrlmWtY

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09/02/22

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Excited to be talking to students today about the role vaccines have played in our lives throughout history, up to today. Thanks to all staff and students for giving us a warm welcome! https://t.co/cMsCXym8wX

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04/02/22

Great start to Year 10’s architecture project designing concepts for ’s new hospital using journals for inspiration. Thank you to for the donation! https://t.co/UCoQ8w6A5o

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STEM Academy Students Receive Their A-Level Results

STEM Academy Students Receive Their A-Level Results

Posted: 18th August 2022

The resilience of sixth formers who finished their schooling during the height of the pandemic is today being celebrated.

As Year 13 students collected their A-level results, education leaders praised their hard work and determination.

The cohort of students were the first to have their GCSE exams cancelled due to Covid-19 lockdowns and school closures.

Instead, their grades were decided by their teachers, based on their previous achievements and coursework.

This summer, they were able to sit their A-level and vocational exams, earning results the new sixth form is proud of.

 

Among the students celebrating top results this year are –

· Ashton Cox, who achieved an A grade in A-level computer science, securing his computer science degree apprenticeship at local firm, Venners

· Sara Eizeddin, who will continue her education at University College London, studying biomedical engineering

· Oliver Gardiner, who achieved an A grade in A-level maths and Distinction** in engineering and will attend University of Swansea

· Cedrick Kamagtey-Peschel, who achieved Distinction in every unit and a Double Distinction* overall in engineering and will study at the University of Nottingham

· Nathan Thomas, who achieved an A grade in A-level maths to study the subject at University of Essex

· Eddie Vann, who achieved Distinction** in engineering and B grades in computer science and his extended project qualification

 

The sixth form is particularly proud of its maths, engineering and computer science results.

Head of school Dustin Schuyler said: “This is our first year of having Year 13, so also our first year of having A-level and Level 3 results.

“We are extremely proud of the students and how they have performed, especially considering the circumstances, having had so many disruptions to their learning and not having sat their GCSEs due to the pandemic.

“We continue to offer a blend of subjects at sixth form, where students can take A-levels, Level 3 courses or a combination of both. This gives students the opportunity to select courses they are most interested in and

that best supports them in getting to the next step, whether it be attending university or taking on an apprenticeship/degree apprenticeship.

“Our students will be exploring all three routes. We are excited for them!”

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