|Thurstable School Sports College and Sixth Form Centre|
|Trust||Thurstable School Sports College and Sixth Form Centre|
|Department for Education URN||137241 Tables|
|Head teacher||Mr Miles Bacon|
|Enrolment||Approx. 1020 as of January 2015 [update]|
Thurstable School is a mixed (ages 11–18) secondary academy school, sports college and sixth form situated in the village of Tiptree, Essex, England. The school is located about 8 miles south of Colchester.
The school uniform is a dark green blazer, off white polo shirt, both with the school logo, and black trousers.
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