End of Term Arrangements
THURSDAY 19 JULY will be a non-uniform (mufti) day. Students who wish to wear their own clothes are asked for a donation of £1:00 on this day.
Term will end at 13:55pm on FRIDAY 20 JULY for all students. The timings of this last day will vary slightly to the norm:
- P1 9:05-10:05am
- P2 10:05-11:05am (At the start of P2, pupils going to funeral go to the gym to prepare for a 10:45am departure.)
- Break 11:05-11:30am
- P3 11:30am-12:20pm
- Lunch 12:20-1:00pm
- P4 Tutor Period 1:00-1:55pm
Buses will then depart from school at 14:00pm. All pupils must leave the site by 14:00pm.
In memory of Hannah Bragg pupils may wear purple or other bright colours on the last day of term, 20th July, as requested by the Bragg family.
Hannah’s funeral will also be taking place on the 20th July and students who wish to attend will need to return their permission slips, from the recent letter to parents, by FRIDAY 13th JULY at the latest. These students will sign out at 10:45am (see above) and remain off site thereafter.
Hannah’s funeral will take place at St Eustachius Church in Tavistock with the service commencing at approximately 12:00pm. Her wake will be held on college premises, but is a private family function.
The school re-opens to all students at 08:40 on TUESDAY 4th SEPTEMBER 2018. All students should attend in full and complete uniform and details of this can be found elsewhere on the website.
On 14th March 2018 Year 12 Music students at Tavistock College organised a charity concert in aid of SKRUM. A large supportive audience watched, listened and joined in as students from year 7 through to 13 entertained with an eclectic mix of musical performances; from Year 11 Music GCSE examination compositions to solo covers of popular songs, from the college’s ever present Jazz Band and VOX showing off its new members to the final performance from the exiting Year 13s. The evening was sewn together with triple bill performances from the Year 12 organisers, compared by them and met with rapturous rounds of applause and shouts of ‘Bravo!”. The concert raise £150 for SKRUM which supports young people in Swaziland as they battle with the highest rates of the HIV/AIDS infection in the world. Through the core values of Rugby SKRUM aims to educated, inspire and offer hope to the youth of Southern Africa. Students and staff from Tavistock College will travel to Swaziland in the summer to work with SKRUM.