NEXT Thursday (15th August 2019) will see students across the country anxiously open their A-Level results. And whilst many teens will be looking forward to heading off to university, NICEIC, the UK’s leading name for registered electricians, is reminding school and college leavers in the East of England to consider other viable alternatives.
PRIMARY Schools across Thurrock have been recognised for providing healthy food options for students at a special award ceremony.
MORE than 70 practitioners from schools across the borough took part in a days training on understanding and managing ADHD, led by Colin Foley, training director at the ADHD Foundation.
FIRST Give and Gable Hall School worked in partnership to help young people give back to their communities and speak out for causes they believe in. Students at the school dedicated time and effort to chosen charities through social action, with one class winning a First Give grant of £1,000 for their charity!
OFSTED has praised USP College for its progress following a recent monitoring visit.
CONGRATULATIONS to a group of ground-breaking schoolgirls from Thurrock who are the first in the country to complete a pilot project to boost their confidence.
PRIMARY schools from across the South West Essex Community Education Trust have all achieved SATs results above the national average.
PRIMARY schools in Thurrock are celebrating after initial Key Stage 2 results revealed that the percentage of 11 year-olds achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and maths is higher than ever before.
USP College is not only celebrating the fact it achieved 100% satisfaction for the quality of its Higher Education courses in this year’s National Student Survey (NSS), but also for being awarded the TEF (Teaching Excellence Framework) Silver quality standard for its high-quality HE teaching. The College is one of only 33 Higher Education Institutions […]
OFSTED inspectors have heaped praise on the Head of School, Dan George and his team for the transformation that has taken place at the Gateway Primary Free School [Tilbury]. In an overwhelmingly positive report.
A RECORD number of over 600 pupils from 55 Essex primary schools have competed in the Active Essex Summer School Games.
THE leader of Thurrock Labour has questioned how much support the Tory-run Thurrock Council is giving to schools in the borough.
ENROLMENTS are now open for 2019-20 adult education courses at your local Thurrock Adult Community College (TACC). There is something for everyone, from vocational skills and qualifications,
AN OFSTED report which concludes that William Edwards school “Requires Improvement” has been published today (Thursday).
OVER 350 school children across Essex have been visited by intu Lakeside to learn about and experience the exciting 250,000 sq ft development – The Quay, taking shape on their doorsteps.
AN OFSTED inspection report, set to be published on Monday, is expected to grade William Edwards school as “Requires Improvement”.
COUNCILLOR James Halden, Portfolio Holder for Education and Health, recently presented his annual report to Full Council sharing some of the key achievements of the services.
SOUTH Essex College commemorated outstanding student achievements at its annual awards ceremony, Celebrating Success.
YOUNG adults on the MINT Programme at Thurrock Adult Community College demonstrated their business skills with two fun and creative pop-ups in Grays Market on Friday 21 June.
NO English? no problem! Thurrock Adult Community College, in partnership with Thurrock Library Services, are giving free community ESOL conversation and reading classes at Grays Library, Thameside Complex, Grays, RM17 5DX
ON the 11th and 12th of June 2019 The Gateway Academy invited Matt Johnson from the charity organisation “Hope not Hate Charitable Trust”.
SIX new classrooms could be built at a primary school in Thurrock as part of the council’s push for more school places across the borough.
A SHOWCASE of the work of third year BA (Hons) Costume Construction degree students from South Essex College University Centre will be exhibited at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, in the Linbury Theatre Foyer from 17 June to 23 June 2019.
AMAZON has announced the launch of its new Campus Challenge competition and is encouraging students in Tilbury to sign up for the programme to be in with the chance of winning up to £10,000 for their team.