Seven students have been invited to attend a second round of activities for the Respect Project. Respect is run by the Essex Boys and Girls Club and they will be taking part in an exciting range of activities. Well done to all of the students that engaged in the project and have been successful in…

Dear Parent/Carers Following parental feedback we are going to introduce drop in sessions to enable parents a weekly opportunity to speak to your child’s Year Care Team & Achievement Team Lea der. These meetings will begin week beginning 11th March 2019. Drop in:   Year7 Tuesday 09:05-09:50 Year8 Friday 09:05-09:50 Year9 Thursday 09:05-09:50 Year 10…

TABOR IN THE MONTH OF JANUARY – 2019 Within the month of January our students took part in the following activities:-  Event: We had yr. 13,11 and 9 parents evening during the month of January. All evening were very well attended by our parents. County Lines awareness group came to visit our yr 9 on…

Dear Parents/Carers, We have been made aware about a potentially harmful online pop up that is appearing on Whatsapp, Instagram etc. A person called Momo depicted by a woman’s face with googly eyes is challenging children and young people to take risks and do dangerous things. You may already be aware of this as it…

On the 13th and 14th of February students from years 7, 8, 9 and 10 performed in the school’s edition of We Will Rock you! Through singing Queens well known music, the students took the audience on a journey into the future, where instruments, singing and all things rock and roll had been banished. The…

The Drama Department arranged a trip for year 10 and 11 students who have taken GCSE drama to visit The Queens Theatre in Hornchurch. The play the students watched was called DNA by Dennis Kelly which will be used as part of their drama exam in the live theatrical review.  The show was enjoyed by…

Positive Mental Health is so important in the fast paced and high pressured society we live in. So, how do we equip young people with the tools they require to ensure that they have positive mental health? A group of Sixth Formers have volunteered to become mental health ambassadors. They have been trained in positive…

The National Citizen Service came in for special assembly with year 11 students on 6th and 13th February 2019. They run a fantastic programme that students can take part in during the summer holidays.  They have some brilliant facilities, activities and learning about themselves. The students really enjoyed learning about the NCS experience and 6…

Colchester Institute and the Braintree IAG Cluster Group, comprising 7 schools are holding an Apprenticeship Information Event on Thursday 7th March 2019 at The STEM Innovation Centre, Braintree College, CM7 5SN from 9.00am – 3.00pm. The event will host representatives from a range of public and private sector employers, as well as universities, local colleges…