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Thurrock Broadband Services
Our Thurrock Broadband Services for education have been specifically designed to meet the ICT needs of the education sector
Our core service has traditionally been broadband connectivity. However, we have now expanded our service and are working towards being able to offer a complete ICT solution to the education sector.
Working with schools, academies and other educational establishments is key to making sure we can deliver the services you need and at the right price.

Services we currently offer include:
  • Broadband Connectivity Service
  • Telephony service
  • LAN management Service
  • Premium Filtering Service
  • Firewall service

Please contact us if you:
  • wish to discuss any of these services
  • would like to be involved in trialling any service
  • have other ICT requirements that are not currently being fulfilled satisfactorily
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Childcare Sufficency - Final Report - May 2018
09 Jul
Childcare Sufficiency - Final Report - May 2018 30-hours childcare was rolled-out across England and Thurrock from September 2017, after a series of test programmes and early implementation. It aims to provide funded early years provision for up to a maximum of 30 hours per week (based on 38 weeks of the year, a maximum of 1,140 hours per year) for children of working parents. The funding follows set criteria, and parents must apply for a code to gain access to the funding, updating their details regularly the weekly total within the annual maximum hours. More information can be found on the government's childcare service: www.childcarechoices.gov.uk... Please see the full report attached.
Treetops Garden Centre
15 May
Treetops Garden Centre 10am until 2pm every Saturday We have created a small working garden centre on the Treetops school site. The 6th form students have grown plants and vegetables from seed which are ready for the spring growing season. We aim to sell annual bedding and vegetable plants in the garden centre which will be open to staff after school and the public on a Saturday. Post 19 café will be open selling drinks bacon rolls, cakes and crafts made by the students and pick the vegetables that Post 19 planted when ready. Why don’t you come and have a coffee and cake. Then walk around to see what the students have grown and buy some plants for your garden. We are open every Saturday from the 12th May at the school in Buxton Rd, Grays RM16 2WU.
FFT Aspire
30 Apr
Subscribers to the PQBI Service are automatically entitled to an FFT Aspire account at no extra cost. Buying directly from FFT would cost on average £550 per primary school and £1,400 per secondary school. FFT Aspire is the online reporting and data tool for schools, local authorities and academy chains. It provides key target setting and school performance evaluation information using the latest curriculum and accountability measures. It is quick and easy to access and provides in-depth analysis to support future planning and inspection. For more information please see the attached flyer or refer to the FFT Aspire home page fft.org.uk. Kind regards The PQBI Team Performance, Quality and Business Intelligence