Congratulations to our GCSE students. We are pleased to announce that our results have risen this year. Our Year 11 students collected their GCSE examination results today.  Overall, 54% of students achieved 5A*-C with English and Maths.  Twenty students achieved 5 or more GCSEs at A*-A, with eleven students gaining 8 or more A*-A grades. …

Exam Results Dates GCSE Results – 25th August from 10am   School Uniform As you are aware the uniform is changing for Year 7 only from September 2016. Years 8-11 can wear their current uniform or mix and match old with new i.e. blazers, ties, skirts. All blazers must still have the school badge, new…

Dear Parent/Carer This article is to inform you of Tabor Academy’s ‘Summer Reading Project’ which your child will be undertaking during this summer break. Each current year 7 will be participating in this project and will be presenting their work within their English classes when they return to school in September 2016 as year 8…

On Thursday 7th July Year 11 students enjoyed a spectacular prom to celebrate five fantastic years at Tabor. Following a vote, the students decided to take the prom off site for the first time and the Colne Valley Golf Club was chosen as the venue for the festivities. As has become tradition, students arrived in…

On Tuesday 28th June the Art Department took 30 of our young artists from Years 8 and 9 to the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge. A few of them had been before, and were very keen to return which, for the staff involved, was a positive indication that it would be a good day. It was!…

On Saturday 25th June the school was invited by The Chairman of Braintree Council, Councillor Frankie Ricci, to attend the flag raising ceremony of Armed Forces Day at Braintree Town Hall. It was an honour for us to attend as we were the only school to be asked to do so. Our students, Ben, Daniella…

Last week we held the Art and Photography exhibition showcasing the talents of our Year 11 students. It was a very enjoyable evening with some extremely impressive work on display. There are some highlights of the show later in the newsletter.

Year 7 students recently took part in National Doughnut Week 2016; helping to raise funds for The Children’s Trust. The Children’s Trust is the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injury. They provide expert rehabilitation, education, therapy and care nationally. Students made doughnuts with Technology teacher, Mrs Blythman, during their Food Technology classes and…