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…

Join us at this exciting time in our development as we open our new Sixth Form with the support of the Loxford School Trust. Courses on offer include twenty A level courses and full time BTECs in Business Studies or Science. For an application form, please click the link below or contact mail@taboracademy.co.uk Internal Sixth…

On Wednesday, 18th May over 200 Tabor Academy KS3 students were fortunate enough to experience a fabulous day out in London to see the West End show ‘Wicked’. Despite travel delays, due to the State Opening of Parliament that day, all of the excited staff and students managed to arrive in time for the matinee…

On Friday 29th April the whole of Year 9 were involved in an ‘inspiration day’, provided by STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths). Allan Read from the Bloodhound SSC team visited Tabor to run a series of activities ending with a ‘rocket car’ speed competition. Bloodhound SCC is an organisation dedicated to breaking the world…

Jack Petchey ‘Speak Out’ training is designed to boost confidence and self-esteem in young people and helps them become better communicators. Fiona Whytehead, from the Jack Petchey Foundation, came to Tabor Academy and coached our contestants for a full day. At the end of the session Olivia and Bethany were chosen to participate in the…

Driving up a sunny, tree-lined avenue and beholding a beautiful Tudor palace, which once belonged to Henry VIII, was the beginning of a fantastic day for myself, Mrs Russell and four very excited Tabor Academy students. New Hall School, Boreham hosted the INSPIRE Essex event in which the prestigious Diana Awards were delivered in a…

Over the past fortnight the Tabor Academy staff and students were involved in two sporting events in order to raise money for this year’s Sport Relief. The first was the Sport Relief mile, where over 50 students ran, walked and jogged around the Tabor athletic track in order to complete the distance. Earlier in the…