Despite there being nearly 5,500 miles between the two schools, The Ellesmere Port Church of England College (TEPCEC) and The Qingdao Middle School No. 31, which is in the Shandong province on the shores of the Yellow Sea, have become sister schools to help students immerse themselves in different cultures.
A group of budding young entrepreneurs from The Ellesmere Port Church of England College (TEPCEC) are celebrating after successfully reaching the finals with the National Enterprise Challenge.
The success comes after a group of facilitators from the National Enterprise Challenge visited the school earlier this month to run a series of workshops and activities encouraging Year 7 & 8 students to come up with business ideas that focus on sustainability and recycling.
At Handforth Grange Primary School, we pride ourselves on our writing curriculum and are very pleased to announce that a large number of our children’s diary writing (from Year 1 to 6) has been chosen to be published within these fantastic books which are available to buy now.
Sixth Form students at The Ellesmere Port Church of England College (TEPCEC) have been celebrating after receiving their Key Stage 5 results. The school, which earlier this year became part of the Frank Field Education Trust, praised students for their hard work, efforts and achievements.
Students presented their project on the development of a soap to reduce water usage when washing hands. Both students have been working on and developing this project since the Unilever Bright Sparks Programme starting in November 2018, they have attended two lunchtime sessions and one night after school per week to research and investigate their idea.
Monday 13 May was a special day for students Sean Walker, Emille Scott, Josh Richards, Matthew Skillen and Shania Jones who were invited to attend a special Duke of Edinburgh ceremony at Buckingham Palace to collect their Gold Duke of Edinburgh Awards.
The students, who recently graduated from the College, were presented with their certificates by Rudolph Walker OBE, before being joined by the Princess Royal who took the time to speak with all of the participants.
Students at The Ellesmere Port Church of England College, in partnership with the University of Chester, are celebrating after being named the winner of the ‘Social Mobility Award’ at the Educate North Awards.
The most-recent award builds upon the College’s success and is further recognition of the partnership team’s outstanding achievements – having previously won the prestigious Class of the Year Award at the Cheshire Schools Awards Ceremony in June 2018.
On Wednesday 24 April, young entrepreneurs from the Ellesmere Port Church of England College took part in The National Enterprise Challenge at The Storyhouse Theatre in Chester.
The students from Year 9 and 10 were tasked to create a new event or competition that will help get more women participating in Football. The event was in partnership with the University Degrees in the Football and Sports Industry (UCFB).