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Police appeal over two break-ins in same street

10.27am - 24th July 2015

POLICE are appealing for witnesses to two burglaries in the same Harlow street. 
A house in Little Pynchons was entered at 10.30am on Tuesday, July 21, but the person left when they were disturbed by the elderly resident. 
The front door was later found to have been forced open. 
A neighbouring property was burgled between 9.30am and 10.40am the same day. 
The front door had been forced open and jewellery was taken. 
Pc Jo Snell said: "We are appealing for witnesses who saw anyone acting suspiciously or knocking on doors in the area of Little Pynchons between 9.30am and 11am that day.” 
Anyone with any information should ring police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

New look and new name for school

9.26am - 24th July 2015

MAJOR building work will transform a Harlow primary school over the summer holidays. 
With the first phase of redevelopment at Cooks Spinney Primary School completed earlier this year, more extensive work is due to start over the six-week holiday. 
The new-look school will also welcome children back in September with a new name to represent the fresh start – Cooks Spinney Primary Academy. 
Head of School Stuart Pope said: “This is all part of our three-year programme to provide our children with an environment which is fit for the 21st century. The school building has not been touched since it opened in 1954. 
"When you enter the school site we want visitors to look at something that says we are amazing; we want the building to be as amazing as our children. It’s the improvement which has been missing for so long.
“This building work will provide us with three new classrooms to suit today’s needs. It’s part of our commitment to making the whole site engaging and purposeful.” 
Over the Easter break, new flooring was laid in five classrooms and magnolia corridors painted a palette of bright colours. 
Now builders are set to move in to create more space within the school to enable class sizes to be reduced, to provide outside space for Year 6 classes, to connect nursery and reception classes together to ease transition and to join the two halves of the site together with a walkway to replace the open air path. 
A new staff room will also be created and the head’s office expanded. 
Building work, funded by £627,894 Condition Improvement Fund from the Education Funding Agency, is due to be completed before the October half-term break and is not expected to affect the day-to-day operation of the school.

Pupils' artwork goes on sale

9.25am - 24th July 2015

PUPILS at Freshwaters Primary Academy, Harlow, designed pieces of artwork to be put on display in their first art exhibition. 
The work was framed by Images Stevenage and exhibited for parents to view and buy with some of the proceeds going to the school. 
Teacher Frances Taylor said: “Each year group chose a theme and a particular artistic skill to give variety and evidence of progression; for example Year 1 drew self portraits and used oil pastels to colour. 
“The children prepared draft after draft to make sure they felt confident in the work they were putting on display. They were so excited to see their work framed. 
“We have given them the real-life experience of a gallery within their school and showed them their work is valued.”

MP visits Harlow Stroke Support Group

2.41pm - 23rd July 2015

HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has visited the Harlow Stroke Support Group. 
He said: "This is a very special organisation that looks after people in Harlow who have suffered from stroke and related illnesses. 
“They run a huge amount of activities and do everything they can to try and help people recover. 
"The best thing they do is to bring people together who have suffered in a similar way and create a wonderful community in which people can get have fun, go on trips and even party together.
“I will be doing all I can to help the group get the extra funding and resources it needs to carry on its excellent work.”

MP meets rail bosses

2.38pm - 23rd July 2015

HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has met with representatives of train operating authority Abellio and Network Rail to discuss improvements to Harlow Town, Harlow Mill, Roydon and Sawbridgeworth stations and the rest of the line. 
Proposals put forward include replacing the older class 317 trains, better infrastructure at some stations, a renewed focus on the cleanliness and hygiene of trains and future projects aimed at improving customer satisfaction. 
Mr Halfon said: "Many Harlow residents regularly contact me complaining about the quality of service they receive on the trains and these concerns were raised. 
"Abellio and Network Rail have both assured me they will be doing everything they can to address many of these issues.” 
Although the new franchise will not begin until October next year, Abellio has said that by March all of the 24 trains will have undergone a thorough refurbishment. 
Mr Halfon said: "I know cleanliness and hygiene on the trains is also an issue for too many Harlow residents. 
"Abellio has said that despite investing over £5m and hiring an extra 80 cleaners since this time last year, they are aware more needs to be done and are committed to hiring more cleaning staff and exploring better cleaning methods.” 
He added: "Many residents have raised with me various issues at Roydon Station, in particular the quality of the surrounding infrastructure such as the gradual sinking of one of the platforms. 
"Abellio assured me this is something they will be looking into with work on this due to start from next year. 
“At Harlow Town Station there is a particular concern about the additional cost commuters are faced with to use the car park. 
"I am pleased Abellio said they will not raise this charge in the coming year, and have agreed to look into this issue to see if anything can be done to reduce the cost in the future.” Mr Halfon also raised the issue of the lack of staff at station platforms.
Mr Halfon said Abellio had said it is investing in extra staff and looking at bringing in modern ticket machines to meet the demand. 
Mr Halfon said: “The lack of staff at station platforms has also become a serious problem. I am glad Abellio is now thinking about ways to resolve this issue such as having virtual ticket offices whereby residents will still be able to communicate with a member of staff.” 
In addition to the ongoing plans for Roydon and other stations, it is understood Abellio plan to introduce a new smart card system giving passengers the choice of paying for their ticket either before or after their journey. 
Mr Halfon said: “I hope that by the end of this year Harlow residents will be able to benefit from a more flexible and satisfactory system of travel. 
"I welcome the new proposals being put forward by Abellio but the proof of the pudding will always be in the eating. 
"I look forward to working with them and future train operating authorities to deliver the best possible service for Harlow residents."

School celebrates diversity

2.36pm - 23rd July 2015

FAMILIES celebrated diversity with a first Family Fun Afternoon at Freshwaters Primary Academy, Harlow, as it acknowledged the diversity of its families at the end of the school year. 
The event saw a picnic on the field with each class organising activities. 
Families enjoyed rounders, country dancing, mask-making and designing and drawing Rangoli patterns.
Year 6 made marshmallow kebabs and friendship bracelets to sell while students and teachers from Burnt Mill Academy’s language faculty set up a stall with language-related activities, henna and face-painting. 
Pupils also took part in a talent show demonstrating their musical, singing, dancing and sport abilities.
Head of School Marios Solomonides said: “All in all it was a fantastic afternoon filled with laughter, music and families spending time together. 
“It felt like a real community coming together and it showed our families how important they are to us. 
"We don’t want them to be on the outskirts of the school; this school belongs to them as much as it belongs to our pupils.”

Missing 11-year-old boy found at station

UPDATED 3.36pm - 23rd July 2015

Drew Neale was found safe and well at Bishop’s Stortford Station this afternoon, police have said.

9.13am - 23rd July 2015

POLICE are appealing for help to find an 11-year-old boy reported missing from his home in Harlow.
Drew Neale was last seen by his mother in Harlow town centre on Tuesday (July 21) afternoon. 
Police and his family are concerned for his welfare and are asking anyone who knows where he is to contact them as soon as possible. 
Drew is 5ft tall, slim, with short blond hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing a blue Slazenger polo shirt, grey Adidas jogging bottoms with blue stripes, and grey and blue Nike trainers. 
He was carrying a black and white Adidas bag and had a blue Adidas hooded jumper. 
Drew has links with the Cheshunt and Bishop’s Stortford areas.
Anyone with any information should ring Harlow Police Station on 101.

Pets' Corner work continuing

4.32pm - 22nd July 2015

THE refurbishment of Pets’ Corner is continuing with various improvements and new features being installed.
The frame and roof of the new Events Barn, which will host events such as sheep shearing and live talks, have been put up. The top half of the frame will be clad and the bottom half left open. 
The animal enclosures to the left of what was the main entrance are being redecorated with their wooden fascias renewed. 
At the end of the concourse, the gate which leads to the Spurriers House car park is to be transformed into a new main entrance and reception area which will feature a new gift shop. A secondary entrance will be near the aquarium building. 
The ramp leading up from the new main entrance is also being replaced with a wider one with a much gentler gradient to make it easier for pushchair and wheelchair users. 
Within the main courtyard area, extensive work is underway to install a new drainage system and paths. The biggest new addition will be the new Learning Centre behind Pets’ Corner. 
The foundations are being laid and the finished article will feature both indoor and outdoor learning spaces for school classes. 
Next to Pets’ Corner, work is also taking place at Spurriers House which is to feature a ground-floor café which will include an outdoor seating area and toilets. 
Youth and community portfolio holder Emma Toal said: “This work is much needed and is helping to take Pets’ Corner to a new level with excellent learning facilities and improved access. 
“It’s worth noting that while the main buildings remain closed to the public, people are still able to come and enjoy many of the animals in the outer paddocks each and every day. 
"The hardworking Pets’ Corner staff and volunteers also continue to run activities, such as petting activities in the paddocks, during the school holidays and the animals continue to attend community events and activities. 
“It’s great to see everything coming together at the new-look Pets’ Corner and I, along with many others, am really looking forward to seeing the finished article. 
“The date for reopening Pet’s Corner will be announced soon and is dependent on the progress of construction work in the coming weeks. 
"There will also be some time needed after construction work has been completed for staff to get the facility up and running ready to welcome back thousands of people who we know will want to see Pets’ Corner’s transformation."

Weak bridge to be closed until end of January

4.30pm - 22nd July 2015

A ROAD bridge spanning the River Lee is to be rebuilt as it can no longer support heavy vehicles.
Essex Highways structural engineers will rebuild Fish and Eels Bridge, which carries Dobbs Weir Road between Harlow and Hoddesdon, with work starting on Sunday and continuing until the end of January. 
A new permanent footbridge will be built on the south side and a footpath will be provided on the north side of the bridge. 
Essex County Council highways and transportation cabinet member Rodney Bass said: "Structural surveys have clearly shown the ironwork supporting Fish and Eels Bridge has corroded to the extent that it has become dangerous for vehicles to cross it, especially commercial vans and trucks. 
“Clearly we need to maintain the safety of everyone who needs to use it.” 
The reconstruction project will require Dobbs Weir Road to be closed to vehicles although access for local residents and businesses will be maintained. 
A signed diversion will direct drivers onto sections of Essex Road, Charlton Way, High Road, Station Road, Nazeing New Road, North Street and Sedge Green, while a temporary footpath will be provided for pedestrians and cyclists. 
Boats will be allowed to use the River Lee and canal during the work however an occasional closure of the canal may be required for safety reasons. 
Mr Bass added: “Inevitably projects of this kind will lead to disruption and longer journey times but it is very necessary work and will serve to maintain our highways to the highest possible standard.”

New uniform for primary school

3.35pm - 22nd July 2015

A HARLOW primary school has announced that it is changing its uniform.
Pupils at Little Parndon Primary School wear a mix of black and grey trousers, skirts, shorts and dresses along with polo shirts and smart shirts. 
After consulting with parents, the school has decided to drop the grey and for children to only wear black along with their school jumpers. 
Children in reception up to Year 4 will wear polo shirts in red or white while Year 5 and 6 pupils will now wear a shirt to take the new black and red school tie. 
Head of School Sophie Laing said: “This is about having a more sleek uniform which enables our children to feel proud of where they are from. 
“The new school ties for Year 5 and 6 show they are the older children, gives them credibility and gets them in the mindset for secondary school. The children really wanted the tie to be introduced. 
“These are small changes to the uniform which will not have a detrimental impact on parental finances.”

New head for Burnt Mill Academy

3.33pm - 22nd July 2015

A NEW head of school has been announced for Burnt Mill Academy. 
Former associate headteacher John Blaney has been promoted to help lead the school, along with Helena Mills whose role is now head of Burnt Mill Co-operative Academy Trust schools. 
The move enables Ms Mills to be freed up from the more minor day-to-day tasks involved with running Burnt Mill to focus on keeping standards high and improving across the trust’s six schools. 
Ms Mills has promised to stay with the family of schools for the rest of her career. 
Ms Mills, who will be overall head of Burnt Mill and Forest Hall secondary schools and four primaries, said: “I am completely committed to this family of schools. The core values I brought to Burnt Mill will still be here and I will be personally ensuring those values run through every corner and every corridor of all of our schools. 
"Just because I will be overseeing six schools does not mean my focus changes. I know the name of every Year 6 child in all of our primaries and what they are predicted to get in their SATs. That won’t change. 
"In fact, this new structure means I will have more time to devote to our children.” 
Ms Mills and Mr Blaney have worked closely together for 17 years. 
When Mr Blaney joined Burnt Mill in 2010 he was tasked with transforming teaching and was the reason the school was able to secure outstanding for teaching in the new rigorous Ofsted framework. 
Ms Mills said: “It is because of Mr Blaney and his team of talented lead practitioners that all of our teachers are now outstanding. 
"I take the credit for transforming the school but that would not have happened without John as my deputy.” 
Mr Blaney said: “I am delighted to have been appointed as the new head of school. “I have worked here for the past five years, but have worked alongside Helena for all of my teaching career and I fully support her values and ethos which is why I am so excited to take on this role. 
"You can be assured it is my sole aim to ensure the excellent standards achieved over the past five years will remain the core of what we do at Burnt Mill. 
“I have the very same high aspirations for our students; I expect every child to leave us having achieved outstanding results; I want them to develop as well rounded individuals; and want all of them to have the opportunity to go to any university in the world of their choosing. 
"I want our students to leave us fully prepared to take their place and be able to compete on the world stage. 
“I know it is through an excellent education that our students will be able to achieve their full potential. 
"I’m delighted to work with a very talented team of outstanding teachers who will continue to provide your sons and daughters with the world class education they deserve.”

Man jailed over theft of heating fuel from hospice

3.31pm - 22nd July 2015

A MAN has been sentenced to 21 months imprisonment after being found guilty of the theft of over £1,000 of heating fuel from St Clare Hospice. 
Fuel used to provide the heating for the hospice was removed in May last year. 
On Monday, March 2, Jake Seaton, of Barn Mead, Harlow, pleaded not guilty at Chelmsford Crown Court and was remanded on conditional bail until July 15 for trial. 
Following a three-day trial at Chelmsford Crown Court, Seaton was found guilty on Friday and given a 21-month prison sentence. 
Investigating officer PC Mark Smith said: "Seaton had denied this heartless crime and showed no remorse for his actions. 
Upon summing up the judge remarked how it was despicable to steal from a charity which cares for people with terminal illnesses. 
"The fuel is also paid for through charity donations and voluntary work. "I am pleased that justice has been done in this case.”

Witness appeal after car runs over man's foot

1.40pm - 18th July 2015

A MAN suffered serious injuries when his foot was run over by a car which failed to stop. 
The incident happened just after midnight on Saturday, July 11,  on Fourth Avenue at the junction with Haydens Road. 
The 20-year-old Harlow man received a serious injury to his left foot after it was run over by a green Vauxhall Corsa with white stripes over the roof and bonnet. 
The vehicle failed to stop. 
Anyone who witnessed the collision, or who has any information about the vehicle, should ring PC Paul Marks at Harlow Police Station on 101.

Science comes alive for pupils

1.38pm - 18th July 2015

YEAR 3 pupils at Little Parndon Primary School, Harlow, visited the Science Alive activity. 
They got to go inside the inflatable planetarium, learnt about chemical reactions and made rockets before using compressed air to launch them. 
Head of school Sophie Laing said: “This was a big trip for the school, with all of Year 3 walking to the venue and back. “All of the children came back absolutely full of enthusiasm for science. 
"The day was full of hands-on activities and so the children were fully engaged in the topic.
“At this age they do a little bit of science in school but this helped to make science more interesting and interactive for them. 
“The children will also be able to use the experience of a trip away from school to inspire their writing as well as being able to refer back to it when doing science in the future.”

School holds Diversity Week

3.23pm - 14th July 2015

FRESHWATERS Primary Academy held its first Diversity Week to help children understand the differences between the families and communities around them. 
Each class discussed family trees before creating their own, demonstrating no two families are the same. 
The topics of culture, race and religion were also discussed to show how these factors make each person unique. 
A whole school assembly looked at the influences other cultures have on Britain, from food to clothes, while Year 6 looked at stereotypes and discrimination. 
Head of School Marios Solomonides said: “It is especially important in today's political climate to give children opportunities to identify the similarities and differences between them. No child is born racist or judgemental in any way. 
"Society changes some people and it’s our job, along with our families, to make sure our pupils grow up to be not just tolerant of others, but to actively celebrate them.” 
A Parent Champion shared their culture with pupils, nursery children looked at the lives of others around the world and Year 2 children studied the diversity of their own fingerprints.

Schools celebrate exam success

9.33am - 12th July 2015

CHILDREN within the Burnt Mill Co-operative Academy Trust primary schools are celebrating their best ever SATs results. 
Children at Cooks Spinney Primary School and Roydon Primary School are achieving higher than ever before since joining the Trust. 
Freshwaters Primary Academy has also produced another impressive set of results after last year seeing a 30 per cent leap in its 2014 results, the first set since joining forces with Burnt Mill Academy. 
Pupils are expected to have reached level four by the end of Year 6. 
At Cooks Spinney, 18 per cent of pupils far exceeded that level, achieving level six in maths – a standard expected of children a whole year older. 
Other noteable results include:
* Cooks Spinney - 98 per cent of pupils at level four in reading, compared to 78 per cent last year. 94 per cent of pupils at level four in maths, compared to 74 per cent last year. 
* Roydon - 92 per cent of pupils at level four in reading, maths and science - the best in the school’s history. 
* Freshwaters - 91 per cent of pupils at level four in maths, compared to 83 per cent last year - the best in the school’s history. 
* Little Parndon - 89 per cent of pupils at level four and above in reading and maths, with 30 per cent at level five. 
Stuart Pope, head of Cooks Spinney, said: “These are the best ever results for us. We are up in all areas and progress is brilliant. 
“The children have been amazing and worked so hard while staff have worked tirelessly to get these results. 
“This is a real statement about the future of Cooks Spinney. The year 2015 is the year everything changed. We are so proud.” 
Helena Mills, head of all BMAT schools, said: “We are delighted with the progress our children have made. They have continued to build on the improvements from last year to produce these incredible results. 
"The results show what can be done with exceptional leadership and teaching. 
“Cooks Spinney’s results, in particular, are above national averages and show how close this school is to becoming outstanding. 
“We are particularly pleased with the number of pupils achieving level six in maths across the Trust. Burnt Mill Academy is already planning how to extend those children in maths when they arrive in September.”

Man robbed by five-man gang

11.46am - 10th July 2015

FIVE men are being sought after a man was robbed in a Harlow underpass. 
A 51-year-old man, who lives locally, was walking through the underpass under Fourth Avenue at about 3.10am on Wednesday (July 1) when he was surrounded by a group of five men who stole his mobile phone, £200 in cash and a personal cassette player. 
PC Leo Fordham said: "The men snatched the victim’s mobile phone and when he tried to fight back they threatened him by putting a needle containing dark coloured liquid up to his face. The men then ran off towards Princess Alexandra Hospital.” 
The victim was left shaken but was not injured. The five men were all wearing dark clothing. 
Three were black and two were white.
Anyone with any information about the incident is asked to contact PC Fordham at Harlow CID on Essex Police 101 or ring Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Headship for Mark Hall Academy's Associate Principal

4.10pm - 2nd July 2015

THE current Associate Principal of Mark Hall Academy in Harlow has been appointed as the new headteacher of Epping St John's School. 
Allan Osborne, who has previously served in a number of senior management roles in schools across London and Essex, will take up his new position in January. 
In the meantime Chris Seward, headteacher at Davenant Foundation School in Loughton, will take on the role of executive headteacher while continuing his role at Davenant. 
The changes have been necessary after current Epping St John's headteacher George Yerosimou announced that he would be retiring, on July 17, after 15 years at St John's, eight of which have been as headteacher. 
In a letter to parents, chairman of governors Ben Murphy said the appointment had followed a "nationwide search" for a new headteacher. 
A number of candidates visited the school in May and a strong pool of high calibre applications were received at the beginning of June. 
Governors then shortlisted six candidates for a two-day interview. 
Mr Murphy said Mr Osborne is "extremely focused on building upon the legacy Mr Yerosimou leaves behind and taking the school on a 'Journey to Outstanding'. 
The appointment of Mr Seward as executive headteacher has been necessary, Mr Murphy said, because of the standard notice periods required for headteachers. Mr Osborne will join Epping St John's on January 4. 
The Governing Body has been working with the Local Education Authority and Diocese of Chelmsford to recruit an interim leader from September 1 until December 31. 
Mr Murphy said Mr Seward, who has been headteacher at Davenant since 2001, is highly experienced and a National Leader of Education. 
Davenant is an Ofsted “outstanding” school, a National Teaching School and has a strong Christian foundation, Mr Murphy said. 
He added: "Mr Seward has agreed to spend a majority of his time at Epping St John's School but will continue as headteacher of Davenant."

Lego helps children interact

3.21pm - 2nd July 2015

A HARLOW school is using Lego to help its children interact. 
Freshwaters Primary Academy pupils, in groups of three, take on roles of architect, builder and supplier. Once the architect has designed a building they must use their communication skills to describe their plans to the builder who must then use their listening skills before establishing what materials - Lego bricks - they will need and put in their order with the supplier. 
Once they have completed this process, they switch roles and learn to understand the challenges other people face. 
Head of School Marios Solomonides said: “These sessions teach the children to listen and understand, to tolerate each other when the situation gets frustrating, to take their time to explain themselves clearly and to realise what it’s like to be in someone else’s position.” 
Lego Therapy is seen as a successful intervention tool for children with autism but Freshwaters is using the programme to benefit many of its pupils. 
Mr Solomonides said: “We were invited to complete the training and our special educational needs learning assistant, Humera Hamid, was keen to go along.
"Before the course she had already researched the idea and put it into action the day after her training was completed. 
“Through Humera’s work we have found Lego therapy challenges all children and helps them with their speech and language skills as well as helping them socially. 
"Some traditional interventions based on English and maths can make the children feel like they have failed. This feels like a reward which is fun but they are learning so much at the same time. They don’t realise it but they are learning and using methods which will help with their maths and English. 
"It will enable them to more easily access other areas of the curriculum.
“I am very excited about this - it is a terrific programme.” 
The school is looking for donations of Lego. Anyone who can help can email the school at admin@freshwaters.essex.sch.uk

MP welcomes airports' report

3.18pm - 2nd July 2015

HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has welcomed the recommendations of a report looking into the expansion of London’s airports. 
Responding to the Davies Commission report, Mr Halfon said: "I’m glad that the recommendation does not call for a second runway at Stansted but instead supports strengthening the existing capacity of the airport. 
“I also welcome the recognition of investment by the Manchester Airports Group. With over 17 million people using Stansted every year, strengthening the existing capacity at Stansted is vital to ensure a better service for everyone.” 
The report acknowledges “the renewed focus on the needs of airport users travelling by rail to Stansted, and to Southend, in the consultation on the West Anglia Route Study” as part of a wider £80m investment in Stansted airport. 
Mr Halfon said: "I will be meeting with Abellio and Network Rail in the coming days as well as urging the government to support this recommendation. 
"Stansted is the third busiest airport in London and the fourth busiest in the UK, contributing over £400m a year to the UK economy. 
"I welcome any extra investment into Stansted and I pay tribute to the ongoing work that Manchester Airports Group are doing in making the case for a better Stansted."

Charities to benefit from sponsored walk

3.15pm - 2nd July 2015

A SPONSORED walk along the River Stort is being held by local Rotary clubs on Sunday, July 19. 
Walkers can set off from The Moorhen, Harlow, or Pig Lane, Bishop's Stortford, from 10am (with variable starting times until midday). 
The finishing point is Pishiobury Park, Sawbridgeworth, where there will be refreshments, entertainment, a beer tent and children's activities, plus a picnic area. 
The cost to take part is £10 for adults (children aged 16 and under are free if with an adult). 
The entry fees will go to St Clare Hospice. 
Entrants can be sponsored for the hospice or any other charity, of their choice, including the Rotary Club’s Trust Funds. 
Entrants can register via the St Clare Hospice website. Full joining instructions will be issued. 
For more information, ring event organiser John Crowther on 01279 832580 or email john.crowther2@ntlworld.com, or ring Don Cramphorn on 01279 731312 (email d.cramphorn@btinternet.com).



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