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  • 16/06/21

    Interview with an Art Therapist

    This week, to celebrate therapeutic art and creativity, we interviewed one of our Art therapists, Danela Campbell. She spoke to us about what Art therapy is, what her role entails and the benefits that art and creativity can bring to pupils. 
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  • 14/06/21

    together through sport

    On 27 May, we saw the return of our inter-school sports day since the West Ham United Foundation hosted us in 2019.   Although a little different this year due to Covid-19 restrictions in place, pupils across all our schools an...
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  • 23/04/21

    TCES OPENS create learning primary school in barking

    Create Learning Primary will be just one of a handful of schools in England to offer full nurture approach. TCES Patron, Dame Esther Rantzen describes new addition to the TCES family of schools as ‘revolutionary.'
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  • 09/02/21

    award-winning tces art teacher gives advice in national send magazine

    TCES North West London's award-winning art teacher Paul Morris appeared in the National Association for Special Educational Needs (Nasen) magazine this week, discussing his approach to teaching art, the value of the subject in SEND teaching. and the importance of TCES' no excl...
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  • 18/12/20

    TCES launches programme of online events

    TCES has launched a new webinar programme to help share best practice amongst educational professionals, parents, carers and local authority representatives alike.
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  • 02/12/20

    TCES celebrates the start of its third decade by rebranding to ‘The Complete Education Solution’

    We are delighted to announce that from December 2020 TCES has an exciting and fresh new name, look and website. We will now be known as The Complete Education Solution (TCES).
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  • 30/11/20

    A most gentle mind

    Every year for the past decade we have attended the Autism show with our TCES Schools stand and each year we meet more and more desperate and frustrated parents and carers. We meet the parents of young children who have been told by their nurseries and primary schools something that they long witnes...
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  • 08/10/20

    CEO Thomas Keaney answers MPs call for evidence on lessons from lockdown

    This week we answered the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Education Technology’s call for evidence ‘Lessons from Lockdown: what was most effective in remote learning?’
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  • 16/09/20

    TCES North West London teacher wins Silver Pearson National Award for Excellence in Special Needs Education

    Selected from thousands of nominations, Paul Morris is one of just 76 Pearson National Teaching Awards Silver Award winners across the country, recognised for their outstanding commitment to changing the lives of the children they work with every day. Paul was honoured with a Silver Award in The Awa...
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  • 01/09/20

    Record set of GCSE results for pupils across TCES

    We’re delighted to announce a record set of results for TCES pupils across the group, including a number of GCSE subjects introduced for the first time during this academic year. This is despite some pupils having to defer taking exams this year due to the COVID 19 restrictions.
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  • 10/08/20

    A worthy finish despite the start: The trouble with Jane

    Today we received the news that one of our Care Experienced Children Jane (not her real name) is being moved out of one of our Independent Special Day schools following another foster placement breakdown.
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  • 30/07/20

    Lockdown art wows legends of stage and screen

    It’s not every day you get to have your dancing judged by ballroom icon Len Goodman or have Bond actor Colin Salmon comment on your skill at creating powerful characters, but that’s exactly what’s happened for TCES pupils.
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