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AUTHOR VISIT

The wonderful Julian Clary and his very talented illustrator David Roberts visited the Academy today as part of the Essex Book Festival. 




UPCOMING EVENTS


March 21st - World Downs Syndrome Day. 

Students can wear odd socks to school. All other uniform should be worn as normal.


March 24th - Red Nose Day. 

This will be a non-uniform day. Please note that attire must be appropriate for a learning environment. Students participating in non-uniform day are asked for a voluntary contribution of £1. Money raised will be split equally between Comic Relief and DS 21 - a local Downs Syndrome Charity.


World Book Day Fun




The staff got into character for World Book Day, which was celebrated with a day of activities for Year 7 and competitions for Year 8 and 9. 


Examination timetable - Summer 2017


Please go to Students/Examinations for full details of this summer's examinations.


Target Setting Day


The next Target Setting Day is March 23rd. More information regarding how to book an appointment to see your child's tutor will be available soon. 


Essex Teaching Awards Congratulations


Congratulations to Mr Lee who has received a Highly Commended Secondary Headteacher Of The Year award at the Essex Teaching Awards.

We would also like to congratulate Mrs Baker at Maltings Academy for winning Secondary Headteacher Of The Year.




Jack Petchey Congratulations


Congratulations to Darcy, Azura, Aiden, Ben, Luke, Holly and Mrs Harris on winning Jack Petchey Foundation Awards.







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In order to ensure the safety of students, parents and the general public, from Monday 9 January 2017 the Academy car park gates will be locked between 2.45 p.m. and 3.10 p.m. Could we please ask parents not to park in front of the car park gates as this is particularly dangerous for parents and smaller children walking to and from Elm Hall Primary School. Thank you.





Monday 27
March 
2017






Sixth Form