THE Gateway Academy pride themselves on running inspiring, fun and different events for students, such as WOW Day, DLD and now for the second year running, Year 11 Fright Nights.
PUPILS from four Essex academies have been recognised for their achievements at Academy Transformation Trust’s Pupil Awards 2016. Pupils from Kingsmoor Academy, Mark Hall Academy, Ravens Academy and The Hathaway Academy, which are part of Academy Transformation Trust (ATT), received their awards at a ceremony on Thursday 8th December 2016. Academy Transformation Trust is a […]
STUDENTS and staff from the Gateway Academy dug deep into their pockets and donated shoe boxes filled with lots of lovely items for children less fortunate than themselves, just in time for Christmas.
PUPILS and teachers from schools as well as individuals from businesses across Essex had a unique insight into a local children’s hospice at a festive themed open day this week.
THE Gateway Academy were recently awarded the Inclusion Quality Mark after a two-day assessment. The level of inclusion assessed was judged to such a high standard that the Academy gained ‘Centre of Excellence’ status.
THE PE department at the Gateway Academy recently had the pleasure of welcoming Theo McIntosh, former Judo British Champion, to the Academy.
MORE than 200 students, parents, staff and guests gathered to celebrate the achievements of the Class of 2016 at the Annual Presentation Evening held at The Hathaway Academy
PUPILS and students from across the Gateway Academy and the Gateway Primary Free School, marked the 11th day of the 11th hour of the 11th month
STUDENTS from ‘Building Futures’, an alternative education provider based at the Gateway Academy, recently took pride in receiving their end of year examination results with 100% success. Building Futures has seen the students engage in Life Skills and Construction alongside their English (Entry Level 1) and Maths (Entry Level 1 and 2). The programme helps […]
DIVERSITY Mark Schools from across Thurrock came together on Monday 17th October when young people showcased their talent in an evening of History Through Music, charting the story of the first migrants who arrived in Tilbury on the Empire Windrush in 1948,
THE official position of Thurrock Council is that it is pro-grammar school. This was confirmed when the Conservatives and UKIP outvoted Labour in support of a motion committing Thurrock Council to be pro-grammar school.
THE GATEWAY Learning Communities Primary Academies are recruiting foundation pupils for September 2017.
THE Interact club of Gable Hall School, Stanford le Hope ( one of two clubs supported by Rotary Club Thurrock Gateway ) recently put together a card for Her Majesty the Queen to celebrate her 90th Birthday.
THE well-being team within the Gateway Learning Community were recently treated to a delivery of Always feminine hygiene care packs, courtesy of local company Proctor & Gamble (P & G), who supply 4.6 billion consumers around the world.
THE Royal Opera House has been working with Year 10 students from Grays Convent School to make animal headdresses for a production of Benjamin Britten’s opera Noye’s Fludde.
A TEACHER who sued a Thurrock school as well as Thurrock Council for £250,000 has lost his case. Ockendon resident, Jean Camurat took both organisations to the High Court earlier this month
A ST CLERE’S school pupil pleaded guilty to making threats to kill at the Stanford-le-Hope school. The 12-year-old male, who cannot be named for legal reasons, appeared at Basildon magistrates court this week.
THE evening’s formalities were closed by Dr Sophina Asong addressing the gathering and praising the splendid work of this caring group of students who have already raised hundreds of pounds for various charities including St Lukes Hospice, The Karis May Darling foundation and Internationally a WaterAid Project.
A ST CLERE’S school pupil has been charged with taking a knife into school and threatening to kill two fellow pupils. An Essex police spokesman said: “We were contacted shortly before 9am on Wednesday, July 2nd, and asked to attend St Clere’s School, Butts Lane, Stanford-le-Hope due to reports of a boy threatening two 12-year-old children via BlackBerry Messenger.
KINGSLAND Road, will delight fans with a special show at 3.15pm in the Amphitheatre. The lads, whose famous fans include Ellie Goulding and James Corden, will be singing their new song ‘Dirty Dancer.’ Matt, Connor, Jay, Josh and Thompson will also be available to answer questions during the day.
Polly led a whole school assembly encouraging girls to think about the hopes and dreams that they have for their futures and how to plan the steps that will make these hopes and dreams a reality. Pupils listened with interest to Polly’s story of how she made the decision to become a Parliamentary candidate and the route she had taken to get to this point in her career, including working for the BBC as a reporter on Radio 1’s Newsbeat.
THE deputy mayor of Thurrock, Cllr Sue Gray, presented gold, silver and gold awards to over 90 young people from seven Duke of Edinburgh groups at the council’s annual awards presentation evening. The groups included Grangewaters, OAKs, Thurrock Duke of Edinburgh Club, Grays Convent, Stanford Open Duke of Edinburgh centre, William Edwards school and a […]
TO MANY Gable Hall observers the relationship between the headteacher Dr Sophina Asong and staff, parents, governors and students has never been a totally harmonious one. Then again, following John King MBE has never been an easy act to follow. And it cannot have been easy when it was believed that you were not Mr King’s number one choice to succeed him.
MUSIC students have been busy creating and producing tracks to be launched on the College’s very own record label – Distinction Records. This year’s Level 3 BTEC Music Technology students have had the brilliant opportunity to release their own music across all popular digital download websites, thanks to the College’s Music department setting up the College’s very own record label.