THE Gateway Learning Community Trust [GLC] is looking for governor volunteers to help shape the future of our academies.
PUPILS at Purfleet Primary Academy have been recognised for showing their exceptional behaviour and attitude to learning by attending a Golden Tea Party.
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.
CONSULTATION on the expansion of the Gateway Primary Free School to include nursery provision.
CHILDREN at Thameside Primary School were thrilled to receive 20 brand new Chromebooks from the Riverside Community Big Local.
PUPILS at Purfleet Primary Academy have been treated to a Winter Wonderland experience in the school hall.
LEE Porter has been appointed Headteacher of Ortu Corringham Primary School following a competitive selection process by the Trust Board of the Ortu Federation.
ORTU Corringham Primary School has received the premium 4-star rating from the UK’s leading school guide website, trusted by 10,000 parents, for its hard work for the year 2020-21.
SELECTED from thousands of nominations, John Bryant is one of just 76 Silver Award winners across the country. John Bryant was honoured with a Silver Award
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CORRINGHAM Pre-School has announced its new building will be open in September, ready for the start of the school year. The new build, costing £1.2 million, will double the size of the pre-school and introduce a number of new learning zones for the children. The pre-school has added one classroom, a quiet room for the […]
DESPITE the difficulties of the lockdown, it’s clear Stifford Clays Primary School in Grays aren’t letting it get them down in their latest video (see below).
FOLLOWING the news on Monday, a second Thurrock Primary School has notified parents they may have a connection with a person who has contracted coronavirus.
ON Monday, Stanford-le-Hope Primary School was presented with their Silver Diversity Mark by the Mayor, Councillor Terry Piccolo and Councillor Bukky Okunade.
CORRINGHAM primary school children have taken part in an assembly devoted to recycling metals under Thurrock Council’s latest campaign to educate about metals in the borough.
ON Thursday 30th January Thameside Primary were having a double celebration. Not only were all of the staff celebrating Mr Wilson, the full time attendance officers 80th birthday but they were also celebrating the opening of the school’s new sensory room.
THURROCK Yacht Club recently played host to year 2 pupils from Thameside Primary School.
ESSEX Police have launched a pilot scheme in Thurrock to help safeguard children who witness domestic abuse at home.
ARTHUR Bugler primary school have been nominated for a Civic Award but they need your help.
Festive Fun at Arthur Bugler Primary AS the Christmas holidays are in sight, many teachers are preparing to pack the glitter away and wind-down, but this is not the case at one of the UK’s Happiest Primary Schools. Arthur Bugler Primary have once again shown why they were shortlisted in Laughology’s National Happiness Awards 2019 […]
PUPILS at Purfleet Primary Academy have collected food donations over the festive period in order to support vulnerable families.
A NEW study conducted by Oxford Home Schooling has revealed the best and worst places in England for young families to live in order to secure a good education for their children. New research The study, ranked local authorities on a number of key factors: the percentage of schools that are rated ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ […]
PARENTS of children at a Thurrock primary school have praised members of staff who looked after their children caught up in the London Bridge terror attack on Friday, 29 November reports the Thurrock Nub News.
PUPILS at Purfleet Primary Academy are collecting food donations to support pupils and families who cannot afford to eat. During the recent Harvest Festival, families at the school raised a huge 143kg of food for local charities but since then, more and more families have been approaching the school requiring help to eat.