Players needed for the new Junior & Colt cricket season.
Frinton Cricket Club is looking to recruit new players for the 2016 season.
If you are interested in joining please ring Youth Coach, Tony Stubbs on 07792047509
Training Night Times:
Kwik Cricket & Under 11’s -Mondays – 6pm to 7.30pm
Under 13’s & 15’s - Tuesdays – 6pm to 7.30pm
University Centre Southend and Thurrock (part of South East College) are holding a number of Higher Education Experience Days to give students a taste of life as a degree student. For further information about the above Experience Day, please click here.
Saturday 27 February 2016
11.30am - 3:00pm (Registration from 11:00am)
Students in Years 7, 8 and 9 and their parents/guardians are invited along to our Ipswich campus to find out more about studying a degree at university. We understand that higher education seems a long way off but the choices your child makes at school may affect their choices at 16 and 18.
This is a free event and a fantastic opportunity to learn more about university and to meet with current UCS students. During the event students will take part in a fun programme of activities, while parents learn more about the benefits of higher education and student finance.
A tour of the campus and a free buffet lunch will be provided for all attendees.
Previous visitors comments include:
'Good to know the support that is in place for students'
'I really enjoyed the opportunity to visit and found it really beneficial in understanding the routes to HE'
'Very helpful and informative, especially the area of student finance which was previously a concern to me'
For further information please email schools @ucs.ac.uk| or call 01473 338655.
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the TTC Sea Cadets Marching Band............
Please speak to Mrs Hindle, Mr Horsey or Mr Spurling for further details.
Donated instruments can be left in reception or given to a member of the music department.
One Band to rule them all, one band to unite them......
Attention all Students in Years 11 and 13
Colchester Institute Autumn Open Events (for Further and Higher Education courses) for this year.
Thursday 22 October - 5.00pm – 8.00pm – The College at Braintree (mainly FE focused)
Saturday 9 November - 10.00am – 1.00pm – The College at Braintree (mainly FE focused)
Thursday 22 October Clacton Subject Fair – all providers – 6.00pm – 8.00pm (FE only)
The full FE and HE prospectuses for September 2016 are now available online via this link
Join us on Saturday 16 May - 11:00 am - 5:00 pm for our Open Day
Celebrate 'GREAT BRITISH TENNIS WEEKEND' with us at our historic club.
We boast 16 grass courts, 8 floodlit hard courts, 2 all weather courts, 2 squash courts, a gym and a heated outdoor pool.
Open Day fun includes FREE COACHING FOR ALL AGES, BEAT THE COACH, CLUB MIX-IN, FASTEST SERVE CONTEST,
BAR & FREE REFRESHMENTS.
Join us for a great family day out.
A chance to look around our beautiful heritage clubhouse - perfect for weddings & parties!
Bring this invitation for free entry to our draw for a chance to win ONE FREE ADULT MEMBERSHIP
For more details or to book your session call 01255 674055 or visit www.fltc.co.uk
We were given a list of things to collect and they had to be in packets or tins really and within the use-by dates. Things like dried pasta, soup, sauces, coffee, biscuits, cereals, longlife milk, etc., and some treats for Christmas like chocolate, mince pies and puddings. Some tutor groups needed more than one box which was great.
On Monday 1 December, 11 students and Mrs Claxton and Mr Spurling went in the TTC mini-bus driven by Mr Keeys to help at the Food Bank. We were put into 2 groups: one went into the container store and unloaded all our boxes. They had to check all the dates of the foods to make sure they were ok. The food was then added to the supplies already there.
The other group went into the small hall where there were lots of empty boxes waiting. We were each given an item to put into the boxes, and these things were
Howard, one of the helpers, explained to us about the Food Bank. The main thing we learnt is that some people are afraid to ask for help. Despite living in tricky situations; like not having a job, or illness and not having much money, they don’t like to ask for help. Howard explained that anyone can be helped if they are in genuine need. Some shops collect food and some members of the public just deliver groceries to the Food Bank, others donate money. The Food Bank is a Voluntary Organisation.
The food Year 7 gave was about a week’s worth of supplies and they were very pleased. When we left we shared some out of date meringues and they gave us an Advent Calendar each.
Written by Year 7s who went to the Walton Food Bank. Staff there commented on the students’ good behaviour, interest in the project and the intelligent questions they asked. It was a privilege to accompany these students and hear about the difference our simple actions will make to some local families this Christmas. Well done and thank-you to our wonderful students and their families for your support.
Ella Castleton, William Harding, Sapphire Kemp, Rosie Leeds, Jake Mayes, Lilly Whittaker, Theo Milner, Dylan Sayer,
Mrs Claxton and Mr Spurling.