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.
Class Charts Launched Today
At Tavistock College, we believe in working closely with parents to support students’ learning. To further help with this, we have recently started using Class Charts and would like to invite parents to use the system.
Class Charts is an online system which can notify you in real time about achievement & behaviour. Attendance data is also shown up to the previous school day. We believe that using this will keep you informed about the progress of your child’s day.
You are able to download from the Apple App Store or Google Play
We would be delighted to see as many of our parents and carers as possible attend our upcoming Parent Forum where we will discuss the sensitive issue of Bullying and what the College is proposing to do to further eradicate bullying and ensure that Tavistock College is a safe and inclusive school for all of its pupils.
This event will take place in the Innovation Centre at 6.00pm on Wednesday 28th March. If anyone cannot attend on that date but would like the opportunity to discuss their thoughts on this important issue then please contact Mr Ruse on firstname.lastname@example.org