Year 11 Revision Workshops will be taking place
on Thursday 11 February 2016 and Friday 12 February 2016.

Each workshop will take place in the Learning Resource Centre (LRC) at Frinton,
lasting for 1 hour which will be during College time.


Welcome to Tendring Technology College

A place where young people from 11-18 can learn to be whatever they want to be - whether it's a Cambridge graduate, a qualified electrician, an entrepreneur, a sporting champion or a West End performer.

At TTC we work with students and their parents to provide a personalised learning service, in which young people play a major role in determining their own future and achieving their own goals. How do we achieve this? By giving students a real say in their own future and in shaping the direction of our college.

Harnessing existing and emerging technology across the curriculum and employing the efforts and expertise of some of the best qualified teaching staff in the UK, Tendring Technology College offers a positive, exciting and fun learning environment for all.

Our offer to students and parents is straightforward:
  • talk to us and let us create outstanding opportunities for you.
  • work with us to be part of a college that is really going places.
  • get to know us so we can help you be whatever you want to be.
Switched on, bright and connected – if that's the sort of student you want to be, then Tendring Technology College is the place for you.

Dr Caroline Haynes
Executive Principal

Breaking News

  • Free School Meals / Pupil Premium Funding All parents and carers with children in Years 7 to 11 will by now have received our letter regarding free school meals eligibility and pupil premium funding for the College ...
    Posted 11 Jan 2016, 03:40 by Karen Betteridge
  • Grande Synthe Refugee Aid TTC Refugee Aid donation drive After seeing the appalling conditions that people are living in when I visited a Refugee camp in Dunkirk recently, I decided to run an aid ...
    Posted 17 Dec 2015, 08:21 by Karen Betteridge
  • Congratulations to our PE Department! Congratulations to our amazing PE Department for being nominated “School Team of the Year” by the Essex Teaching Awards 2016 which will be held on 11 February 2016.  A fantastic ...
    Posted 17 Dec 2015, 07:49 by Karen Betteridge
  • TTC at the (online) Saatchi Gallery Several of our students have entered 'The Saatchi Gallery/Deutsche Bank Art Prize for Schools 2016'.Here is a link to view our entries so far:http://www.saatchigallery ...
    Posted 4 Dec 2015, 07:35 by Wendy May
  • Dear Parents of Year 8 students It’s that time of year when our thoughts turn to those living in our community who need a little extra help over the festive period.  Walton Food Bank is ...
    Posted 26 Nov 2015, 06:37 by Karen Betteridge
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Please visit parentview.ofsted.gov.uk and tell us your thoughts about Tendring Technology College.

By sharing your views, you'll be helping your child's school to improve.


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Diary Dates

Monday 9 - Friday 12 February

  • TTC Production of Godspell 


Monday 15 - Friday 19 February



Tuesday 23 February

  • Year 9 DPT/Meningitis ACWY Vaccination 1 


Thursday 25 February

  • Year 9 Parent Consultation Evening 


Friday 26 February

  • Year 9 DPT/Meningitis ACWY Vaccination 2

Sports Fixtures

Tuesday 23 Feb 2016

  • Years 7, 8 and 9 Boys Football

Wednesday 24 Feb 2016

  • Year 7,U14 and U16 Girls
  • Years 10 and 11 Boys Football       

Quote of the Week

" Believe you can and you're halfway there."
        Theodore Roosevelt
        (1858 - 1919)