Community Care Live a great success for TCES Group
Community Care Live was a resounding success for the TCES Group. Held at the Business Design Centre in Islington over a busy two days, staff were pleased with the fantastic turn out that garnered much interest for the whole Group but most of all our Create Service. Especially successful was the talk given by Chief Executive Thomas Keaney and Colette Ferns, Head of Create Service. The talk proved so popular that delegates were disappointingly turned away! See below for a selection of images from the event.
TCES Group to exhibit at Community Care Live 2016
TCES News & Events
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The TCES Group Celebration Day was a huge success and greatly enjoyed by all. Have a look on our YouTube channel to see a short film of the day.
ELIS on the move: We’re almost there!
Phase 1 of the move to Welfare Road, Stratford is almost complete! This preliminary stage will see our Lower School move in to their area of the premises which has been redesigned and refitted around the needs of our pupils.
This exciting move will bring together the Upper and Lower Schools on one site with a host of facilities to create the highest quality education environment.
Community Care Live: Children and Families
We’re getting ready to exhibit at the Business Design Centre in Islington on 14th November. Touted as ‘the biggest and best event for children, families and professionals’, we looked forward to meeting parents, carers, professionals and some of the sector’s top experts.
Executive Deputy Head Teacher; Kellie Reichard presented with our Head of Clinical Services; Karla Finikin about our innovative, industry leading approach to Education, Health and Care Plans to an auditorium full to bursting.
For further information regarding the event, please see the Community Care Live website
Student Council Hustings!
Pupils from East London Independent School bravely presented to a panel of senior leaders of the TCES Group, including our CEO and Schools Proprietor, Executive Head Teacher and Head Teachers, to put forward their aspirations for being part of the Student Council.
Each pupil presented a coherent and mature proposition, aided by visuals that they had put together independently.
We were taken aback by the maturity, originality and ideas of our pupils.
The annual TCES Group Celebration Day was held at Grangewaters Outdoors Education Centre, which was an enjoyable and inspiring day for all.
Pupils rose to the challenges of kayaking, climbing, raft building, and many even faced their fear of heights and rode the zip wire. You may have seen our film of the day on our YouTube channel which we hope captures the excitement and enjoyment of the day.
We would like to congratulate all our pupils for their efforts throughout the year, in particular our award winners who received trophies and certificates at the Awards Ceremony held at the end of the Celebration Day:
Best Pupil Attendance (Winner followed by Runner Up)
- Essex fresh Start School: Amy Hall, Jack Fosker
- North West London Independent School: Kiaeem Finikin, Anthony Hawksworth
- North West London Community Education Service: Thomas Smith, Mason Harman
- East London Independent School: Khaalid David Hall, Reece Burrell
- East London Community Education Service: Ranjit Odedra, Reid Murray
- Autism Spectrum Service: Richard Fitzgerald, Ben Morris
Best Pupil Progress (Winner followed by Runner Up)
- Essex fresh Start School: Dan Cole, Connor Molloy
- North West London Independent School: Serdal Honca, Christian Jones
- North West London Community Education Service: Tevon Williams, Danyal Mousa-Nejad
- East London Independent School: Helaman Cesario, Ricky Hope
- East London Community Education Service: Lewis Osborne, Leah Hanmore
- Autism Spectrum Service: Cameron Hall, Myles McCandless
Most Improved Pupil (Winner followed by Runner Up)
- Essex fresh Start School: Carly Jo Lill, Jamie Little
- North West London Independent School: Khalid Hossein, Rickai Pryce Ross
- North West London Community Education Service: Oliver Franks, Dwain Blake
- East London Independent School: Dene Edmead, Lewis Osborne
- East London Community Education Service: William Rodrigues, James Packer
- Autism Spectrum Service: Joe Critch, Callum Edwards
Janet Deans Award for Numeracy and Literacy (Winner followed by Runner Up)
- Essex fresh Start School: Alfie Olliffe, Dwayne Samson
- North West London Independent School: Bradley Fountain, Kyle Venus
- North West London Community Education Service: Oliver Franks, Farren Parker
- East London Independent School: Ashleigh Abrahams, Rohan Guhli
- East London Community Education Service: Lewis Osborne
- Autism Spectrum Service: Chris Tarrant, Kirsty Doherty
Yvette Barlow Award for Best Progress in ICT (Winner followed by Runner Up)
- Essex fresh Start School: Jamie Sparks
- North West London Independent School: Kiaeem Finikin
- North West London Community Education Service: Thomas Smith, Rufina Okromelidze
- East London Independent School: Mitchell Shea, Jason Wallace
- East London Community Education Service: Reid Murray
- Autism Spectrum Service: James Best, Cameron Row
Congratulations to all our pupils for another successful year!
“The Mayor commends the wonderful work that your school is engaged in with disadvantaged youths ”
As a result of the developments from our new North West London School, we were pleased to receive the above message of support.
We love spreading good news about amazing staff and pupils. Our schools are constantly reaching new levels of attainment with pupils and preparing them for the world of work and their futures.