SOUTH Essex College Travel and Tourism students will soon be able to use a real life airline cabin for simulations to gain experience and a better understanding of the industry.
MAY is Autism Awareness Month. Thurrock Adult Community College are booking final spaces on an informative, online course to understand Asperger Syndrome.
Thousands of young people in Thurrock have gained a prestigious Jack Petchey Achievement Award since the Jack Petchey Foundation began
A NEW independent study into the difference the Jack Petchey Foundation has made since it first started in 1999 reveals that over 200,000 iconic Achievement Awards have been awarded to young people in London and Essex and over 2.5m people have attended a Jack Petchey Foundation event to celebrate young people. The study was conducted […]
THE most outstanding individuals and institutions that the further education sector has to offer have been recognised in the shortlist for the 2021 Tes FE Awards.
SOUTH Essex College have been working in partnership with FIT KRU to deliver work experience to our fitness and sport students during lockdown.
LUCKY Performing Arts and Drama & Theatre Studies students at USP College had the privilege of attending a series of virtual workshops with star of film and TV, Daniel Mays, giving them the opportunity to gain a real insight into the world of acting. Daniel, originally from Essex himself, has been credited in a long […]
ORMISTON Park Academy are working closely with the Thurrock School Well-being Service to promote positive mental health across the Academy. On Tuesday 20th April The Thurrock School Well-being Service delivered a one-day workshop and training for students across all Year Groups.
READY, steady, go! Everyone at the Ortu Stanford & Corringham Sixth Form and Ortu Gable Hall have put on their running shoes to do some good this month.
EXPEREINCED industry professionals who want to change careers, to take part in their new paid teacher training scheme.
YOU need basic maths skills to apply for most jobs. April is Maths and Statistic Awareness Month – why not get inspired to join one of the new, short ‘boost’ maths classes offered by Thurrock Adult Community College and improve your maths skills in May for work,
ON a bright but very cold morning Ormiston Park Academy were very lucky to host the British Athletics ‘Street 2 Stadium’ event.
FIGURES released this week revealed that 97% of Thurrock children have been offered one of their top three choices of primary school for the new September 2021 academic year.
SOUTH Essex College is launching a range of FREE courses to help eligible adults over 19-years-of-age achieve their first full level 3 qualification.
ONE of the country’s largest academy trusts has become the latest victim of a targeted ransomware cyber attack – with laptops used by pupils and email systems disabled reports Schools Week. Harris Federation, which runs 49 schools, detected the attack on Saturday, and has been working through the weekend to resolve the issues. A Schools Week investigation last […]
SHARP UK today announced the new ‘Centre for Digital Technologies’ in partnership with South Essex College, Basildon. This significant design and install project is a ‘one-of-a-kind’ facility for the UK, providing students and staff with access to a highly integrated suite of the latest digital printing and audio visual presentation learning technologies.
A Level 3 Health and Social Care student at South Essex College has completed a difficult 11-hour charity walk for the British Heart Foundation.Last week, Katie Fuller-Sherman and her boyfriend Liam, tracked their journey from their hometown of Tilbury to Westminster Bridge. They tackled poor weather conditions and hill climbs to complete the 48.3km route to raise funds for the charity.
USP College are excited to be offering the Level 3 Esports course from September 2021 and if you live and breathe gaming then this is the course for you!
Thurrock Council Planning Committee approve permanent accommodation plans for Thames Park Secondary School
MEMBERS of Thurrock Council’s Planning Committee last night granted a resolution to approve the Planning application for Thames Park Secondary School’s permanent accommodation in Grays.
AN innovative new technical university in south Essex will help residents access highly skilled jobs and provide businesses with the workforce they need to help drive economic growth in the region, that is the finding of a new Association of South Essex Local Authorities’ (ASELA) report.
THE 18-year-old was chosen by viewers on Saturday to represent team Olly Murs in the grand final. She will battle against three other acts on Saturday, 20 March at 8.30pm on ITV.
THURROCK Council is set to use additional government funding to prioritise free school meals for the borough’s most vulnerable children this Easter.
AMONGST the gloom and despair of the last 12 months, there has been an emerging light that has transformed schools and ways of learning forever. It has got schools through the multiple lockdowns and ‘bubble’ closures during the pandemic and has enabled young people to continue to progress and keep in touch with their teachers and classmates.
TWO lucky USP College students had the opportunity to take part in work experience over the recent half term at Spotify and although the experience had to take place virtually, Level 3 Creative Media students Sophie Swaby and Kean Harrison, found it to be an extremely positive one.
SOUTH Essex College and University Centre South Essex will be celebrating the diverse range of careers and opportunities in the South East with National Careers Week.National Careers Week (NCW) is a celebration of careers guidance and free resources in education across the UK running from the 1 March to 6 March. The aim is to […]