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11/12/18

We received this cheque from the Stansted Airport Passenger Community Fund today. This is money passengers drop into the spinners at the airport- usually foreign currency. We bid for money for musical instruments & received £1243. The order is already in! https://t.co/jD5uNkAk0z

07/12/18

Oh it’s real!

07/12/18

Thank you to Reuben's family for talking to Year 1 all about this morning. Their talk inspired this pupil to make a menorah to hold the 8 candles. https://t.co/UlhzTkrQsb

07/12/18

Have a look at we have been up to 🕷️🐜 https://t.co/4qrRPHih4P

07/12/18

The last of our photos. Thank you so much to parents for their contribution. We could not have provided this experience without your support. https://t.co/tvg1WtxQwX

07/12/18

If a four year old can do it... https://t.co/umA2YNgKBd

07/12/18

Life isn't about going out of our comfort zone, it's about extending our comfort zone. https://t.co/GcLZbl9Rmn

07/12/18

There's a tarantula on my head! https://t.co/QU7gldHvA2

07/12/18

Bush tucker trial anyone? https://t.co/pWYMGGKPT7

07/12/18

Pupils in Reception had the I'm a Celebrity experience yesterday when they were visited by the . Read more about it in this week's newsletter. https://t.co/aIlUOt0eWz

05/12/18

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WETSA

A series of four sessions to give teachers some strategies for improving their wellbeing - take part! https://t.co/xvTBWtaqQi

04/12/18

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Robert Macfarlane

David Attenborough, today: “We are facing a manmade disaster of global scale, our greatest threat in 1000s of years: climate change. If we don’t take action, the collapse of our civilisations & extinction of much of the natural world is on the horizon.” https://t.co/ZC9koyUZ0d

04/12/18

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BBC

Meet the 11-year-old girl saving Lagos from waste. https://t.co/2jzxpNYvuy

02/12/18

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Tes

Parents must not abdicate role to schools, says Ofsted boss https://t.co/SeYZOMPlQd

01/12/18

Please remember that school finishes at 12pm on Monday 3rd December for BMAT staff training. This means there is no after-school club.

01/12/18

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Forest Hall School

Very proud of our exceptional students who are giving up their Saturday morning to help in the community! They truly are exceptional! https://t.co/CbLj8BuAZT

30/11/18

Have a lovely weekend. https://t.co/SzvtYTc1aH

27/11/18

Residents launch campaign to save libraries in Stansted and Thaxted - even Edison is outraged! https://t.co/MYDIbxUYEI

27/11/18

The first year is crucial. Babies are fascinating. Toddlers are incredible in how much they are capable of learning about the world. It’s a privilege and one of the most important jobs there are, working with children. If you think you have what it takes, contact https://t.co/YlmZf3hqan

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Mr Marios Solomonides

Mr Marios Solomonides

Headteacher & SENCO

My belief is that if schools get their curriculum offer right (formal and hidden), everything else will follow. This is the biggest change I  am bringing to Magna Carta Primary Academy. A curriculum for our pupils; a curriculum for the 21st Century; and a curriculum which enables deep learning. I spent 18 months before joining Magna Carta, researching curricula. That was a real privilege and is a benefit of working for BMAT; a Trust that supports pupils, staff and families to succeed. I have been working for BMAT since its inception in 2013 and have held a number of roles including Head of School of Freshwaters Primary Academy in Harlow. I am still the BMAT Curriculum leader across the primary and secondary phases and I will continue to do this as well as being the Headteacher of Magna Carta. Outside of school, I relish the time I spend with my family and I enjoy writing when I have the time; I have written a novel (as yet unpublished) as well as taking long walks whatever the weather. I have also been a volunteer listener for the Samaritans, which was a huge privilege; something I hope to return to in the future. In my first week as a qualified teacher, the Twin Towers in New York were attacked and I knew I had to talk about this with my Year 3 class. It was the first time it dawned on me just how important my job was.  Ever since then, in whatever role I have held in schools, I have been determined to ensure that education is not just about the formal curriculum, important as that is. 

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