Speakers for Schools – Live Broadcast with Gareth Southgate! Speakers for Schools are very excited to announce an upcoming live broadcast for football fans everywhere! Please join them for England football Manager and author of Anything is Possible, Gareth Southgate, and Youtube gamer and entertainer, Sharky, to talk about Gareth’s England football career and insight…

SEND Yourself to University is an online event for students with a declared disability wanting to find out more about studying at university. Students will learn about higher education provision in Essex, routes to higher education, the financial support available and support specific to their disability at university. Students will also hear about student life…

Last week (w.c. 16/11/20) was Anti-Bullying Week, organised and coordinated by the Anti-Bullying Alliance who are a coalition of organisations and individuals that are united against bullying. The ABA has three main areas of work: Supporting learning and sharing best practice through membership; Raising awareness of bullying through Anti-Bullying Week and other coordinated, shared campaigns;…

Supporting children’s mental health – ECC’s Every Family Matters campaign We know that as the COVID pandemic and national restrictions continue, some children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing is likely to be affected as they continue to adapt to changes to their normal routines. Essex County Council’s Every Family Matters campaign is still…

Our 10th Festival of Remembrance where Tabor Academy remembered our fallen.  Due to the restrictions this year where our honoured guests were unable to be here in person, they instead sent their wreaths. Wreaths received from: Lord Lieutenant, Loxford Schools Trust, Tabor Staff, Year 7 8 9 10 11 12 & 13, James Cleverly MP,…

Today, 13th November, Tabor students celebrated World Kindness Day! Students were given a heart shape, and the freedom to write a message of kindness. Some chose their favourite quote, some created quotes of their own. Many students wanted to recognise their kind and wonderful friends – some giving thanks, and others choosing to remind their…