Celebrating recognition at Harlow Educational Progress Awards
We are celebrating the success of one of our inspirational pupils who has won the Outstanding Student Progression Award for KS1 & 2 and was also voted the overall winner at Harlow Council’s Educational Progress Awards, 2020.
Parents thank staff for doing 'an amazing job' with home learning
The last nine months have undoubtably presented some of the biggest challenges schools and parents have ever faced in education. When schools first had to provide home learning for their pupils during Lockdown#1 last spring, feedback from Potter Street Academy's school community was ov...
Potter Street Academy Local Governing Body needs you!
Potter Street Academy is part of Passmores Co-operative Learning Community, a successful and dynamic multi-academy trust located in Harlow. We have an opportunity to recruit an additional Community governor to our Local Governing Body.
Despite the many challenges this year has brought to us all, at Potter Street Academy we are on a mission to ensure that our children do not miss out on a wide range of learning experiences. With the support of parents and stringent safety measures in place, the plan is for all year groups to be abl...
With summer gone, another new school year has begun at Potter Street Academy and autumn term is in full swing. Some things look the same, but in other ways we are making great strides to adapt to ever-changing times.
With schools opening to all pupils as normal from September after dealing with the challenges and disruption caused by the pandemic, we had to think creatively about how we could manage our transition arrangements for new pupils entering reception.
With the pandemic disrupting many social events, children across the land have missed out on summer term trips and farewell traditions of their schools. But here at Potter Street Academy, we were determined to find a way to celebrate Year 6 pupils’ achievements, and allow them to say a proper...
How we strengthened links with our community during lockdown
Way back at the start of March, when we began planning for the prospect of school closure due to the Covid 19 outbreak, we knew our first priority would be to stay in touch with each and every one of our pupils’ families.