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  • 06/02/20

    Students explore fake news phenomenon

    ‘Fake News’ was the headline at our latest Cultural Appreciation Day held at school recently.
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  • 05/02/20

    An Inspector Calls at Passmores....

    Our students delivered a gripping performance of J.B. Priestley's classic thriller, An Inspector Calls in the latest of our school’s illustrious productions. Directed and produced by the English Department, the show was four months in the making and featured a dedica...
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  • 30/01/20

    A fond fairwell to one of our longest serving governors

    One of Passmores Academy’s most experienced governors has retired after serving the school community for an astounding forty years. Harold Rush was thanked at a recent school event, and his years of service commemorated with a special plaque designed and made by Passmores technology stude...
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  • 23/01/20

    Teacher Training Opportunity

    Please see the attachment for a drop-in information morning about training to be a teacher in Harlow, occurring on 12th February 2020. 
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  • 16/12/19

    An insightful and inspirational day at Cambridge University

    Fourteen of our Year 9 and 10 students have visited Cambridge University (Faculty of Education, located at Homerton College) as part of their studies working towards Higher and Extended Project Qualifications (HPQ /EPQ).
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  • 12/12/19

    Election 2019: A Two-Horse Race at Passmores

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  • 03/12/19

    Cultural Appreciation Day: A Celebration of Religious Diversity

    Last Thursday we held the second of our Cultural Appreciation Days, this time focussing on religion.
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  • 28/11/19

    A Taste of Victory

      At Passmores, we have been entering the Futuechef competition for the past 12, years reaching the National final stage three times.  Today, George  and Daisy  went head to head to vie for their place in yet another final.  There are four stages in total and all Yea...
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  • 27/11/19

    Shrew-d Learners

      100 students had the opportunity to watch one of Shakespeare’s more politically contentious plays be brought up to date this morning (Weds 27/11/19), as they watched a live broadcast of The Taming of the Shrew.  In usual productions of the play Kate, a tempestuous daughter, is m...
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  • 22/11/19

    A Christmas Carol ­-Dickens has Year 7 Captivated

    On Thursday, a visiting theatre company performed A Christmas Carol for all of year 7.  This Christmas classic is a sentimental and moving text that immersed our students in a Yule-scented melange of hope and faith and love.
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  • 20/11/19

    Join us at our Christmas Fair!

    Passmores Academy is looking forward to an evening of sparkling festive fun and good cheer, as it prepares to host its annual Christmas Fair this December.
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  • 15/11/19

    Chidren in Need: Students express thanks for what they have

    Students in English prepared for Children in Need by writing their own Pudsey ‘Thankful Notes’. There are some beautiful notes of gratefulness, including thanking parents for their love, being thankful for homes, education, clothes and warmth.  A really humbling experience for all s...
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