TCES Group Latest News & Events

23 Feb 2017

Artistic Spectrum exhibition

TCES Group went to see the ‘Artistic Spectrum’ exhibition at Red Gallery in London’s Shoreditch yesterday. Beautiful, bright works of art created with extraordinary detail and vivid imagination put smiles on our faces. 

The exhibition features artwork by adults and children, all of whom are on the autistic spectrum.

The exhibition runs until this Sunday, 26th February from 1-7 pm. Entry is free.

        



03 Feb 2017

New Barking Hub virtual tour released

 

December 2016, Create Service London opened the Barking Hub, Create London’s second building, alongside the Romford Hub. The Barking Hub was officially opened on December 9th by Sir William Atkinson and the Mayor of Barking and Dagenham, Eileen Keller.

if you’re curious to see what the Barking Hub looks like inside, why not take a peek at our newest facility by way of our virtual tour?

Click here to see the Barking Hub virtual tour.



02 Feb 2017

TCES Group pupils raise money for Catherine Bullen Foundation

Launched in 2002, the Catherine Bullen Foundation was set up to fund community-based projects including the provision of fresh water supplies and medical and educational facilities in rural Namibia.

TCES Group regularly hold fund-raising activities to raise money for the Catherine Bullen Foundation.

Most recently, Essex Fresh Start at Witham raised a fabulous £75.70 for the Catherine Bullen Foundation, including 50p donated for each pupil’s poster, two of which are shown below.


And East London Independent School Custom House pupils raised money for our Catherine Bullen Foundation day by holding a cake sale, with the boys here doing a grand job of selling their wares!



02 Feb 2017

LGBT History month at TCES Group

 

February marks the start of LGBT History Month, which TCES Group pupils are learning about in conjunction with our work surrounding British Values. Showing mutual respect and tolerance towards others and teaching our pupils about their individual liberty and freedom to be themselves without fear is key to not only the British Values ethos but to the LGBT History theme, which this year focuses on Citizenship, PSHE and Law.