TCES Group Latest News & Events

24 Nov 2016

NWLIS pupil to feature in Silver Arts Award Screening at Lyric Theatre Hammersmith Cinema

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Our North-West London Independent School pupil Myles has achieved considerable success with his screenplay ‘The Vampire.’

Myles completed Unit 1 (Arts Practice and Pathways) of his Silver Arts Award in July and will be completing Unit 2 (Arts Leadership) in the next fortnight, culminating in a performance of his screenplay for a television series pilot called ‘The Vampire’ at The Lyric Theatre Hammersmith’s Cinema on the 6th of December at 6 pm. 

On Tuesday a cast of young actors from the Lyric read through his Screenplay for the first time and gave him excellent feedback. Myles was extremely excited to see his work brought to life in this way.

He will be premiering a trailer for his horror film ‘Hellbeloved’ at the event and has asked another year 11 student to premiere the animations he has been working on for his Art GCSE. These will also be shown as part of the event.

Myles has worked exceptionally hard this year, achieving his Preliminary and Standard boxing awards and 13 AQA Unit Awards in music, for which he has designed the CD Cover as a Rap Artist (top image) plus becoming the Anti-Bullying Ambassador on the student council.  All at NWLIS and across the TCES Group are incredibly proud of his academic and personal achievements.



21 Nov 2016

Novel way to raise funds for Children in Need

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When he found out that children and women in Africa and Asia walk on average 3.7 miles (6k) to get water every day Justin, from EFS Clacton, along with staff members Amber and Rachel, decided to each walk 3.7 miles.

They walked 1.2 miles to the local gym, where staff were kind enough to let them use their treadmills for free. They managed to walked and run 3.7 miles on the treadmills before returning to school.

If all sponsorship pledged is received, they will have raised £45.60 for Children in Need. 



21 Nov 2016

Anti-bullying raps

Here is some more anti-bullying work from ELIS Stratford Marsh.  We hope you enjoy these as much as we have.

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My Rap
Bully bully go away don’t ever come back again!
Bully bully your so sad you cant even add
In maths you’re so flipping bad.
all you Do is chill with your cat I swear you look like a rat and that’s a fact.
how does it feel getting bullied you bully.
My name is Leroy and I hate bullys.
so lets show love.
listen all brothers and sisters.
It’s not nice.
lets stay away from all name calling and bad words.
bullying is not nice.
let’s stay away from all hate!

My rap part 2
Be smart, use your mind, don’t be a bully,
Hiding behind Your fears.
Show love, be loved.
That’s the key to respect.
Get on the ride!
We all make mistakes, that’s just simple life.
We’re all loved
It probably feels right.
It should because its nice.

Bully bully go away no one wants
you here no more so go back home
and chill with your Doritos

Bullying isn’t cool,
picking on people isn’t cool,
pretending to hurt friends isn’t cool,
snitching isn’t cool,
so be yourself!
People like you if you be yourself

 



16 Nov 2016

Anti-bullying raps

 

Our pupils at ELIS Stratford Marsh are writing anti-bullying raps for Anti-bullying Week.  We love this one and hope to have more to share shortly:

Bullying is horrible.
Bullying is cruel.
Bullying is disgusting.
Don’t be a fool.
Don’t be a bully!
Be nice, be cool!
Don’t help the bullies…
Be kind, be good!
A better world!
No more bullying!

By Jack 



11 Nov 2016

We remember them.

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Pupils over at East London Independent School’s Stratford Marsh site executed the most beautifully observed and emotive two-minute silence during their school assembly today. They were supported by the wonderful staff, with not a dry eye in the building.

We Remember Them with pride.



09 Nov 2016

Black History Month inspires East London Independent School’s poets

Pupils over at East London Independent School have written a collection of poems inspired by last month’s Black History Month.
All poems were read out at the school assembly to great acclaim, with the upper school mentors on-hand to effuse much-deserved praise and applause to their authors.

Grime
It makes me think of my friend,
Because he’s singing about his friend.
And my friend died too.
It gets you thinking – doesn’t it?
Grime talks about the real things.
Grime talks about the true things.
The things they sing about are the things I do.
He says you can’t believe it’s happening…
I can’t believe it too.

Funk
Funk makes you pump.
It’s not stupid.
It’s not bad.
It’s not sad.
Funk!!

Michael Jackson
He could dance.
Outstanding singer.
His beat makes you move.
He says, “You rock my world!”
He makes you want to dance.
Lyrics that are so good.
Makes you so excited.

Grime
Grime is funky.
Grime makes you feel.
Grime is funny.
Grime is sad.
Have a seat,
Have a beat,
Have a listen.
Grime is fun.
Grime is made.
Grime is happy and wild.

Jazz
Jazz is funky, weird and crazy.
Makes you happy all day long.
Relaxing, wild exciting.
Makes you want to dance to its good beat.
Mysterious and frightening.
Makes you want to bounce.

Rap
Rap is happy.
Rap is sad.
Rap has a good beat,
So take a seat and listen.
It’s funky and exciting.
It’s fantastic with good lyrics.
It can be crazy.
It can be creepy.
It can be relaxing.
It makes you want to jump.
So put your thinking cap on and…
Listen to rap!!



09 Nov 2016

Essex Fresh Start pupils work with national educational charity to raise awareness of the consequences of crime

A leading national educational charity, ‘Prison Me No Way, ‘ has visited Essex Fresh Start School this week to give pupils a chance to hear first hand about life in prison.  A reformed ex-prisoner who works for the charity recounted pupils about ‘life inside,’ which included a mock prison cell brought into the school for pupils to experience.

Set up as a project by prison officers in 1993, Prison Me No Way has operated as the No Way Trust since 1995, and has reached more than 5 million young people through the hard work  of its volunteers, staff and trustees.

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04 Nov 2016

TCES Group celebrate their 17th birthday

Today, November 4th, sees TCES Group celebrate 17 years as a company. Formed in 1999, TCES Group was created in response to LA requests to provide education packages for excluded and non-attending pupils.

Says Chief Executive and School’s proprietor Thomas Keaney, “17 years and every one a perfect memory. Thank you to our talented and inspirational staff and pupils who joined us on the journey.”

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