Thomas Clarkson Academy has the highest expectations for all its students, their families and our staff. We are proud to be a multicultural community that embraces the Brooke Weston ethos and puts excellent progress and the personal development of students at the heart of everything it does.
Thomas Clarkson Academy will continue to develop as the school of choice for local families where the opportunities offered allow talents to flourish within and beyond the classroom. Students will develop as aspirational, thoughtful, resilient learners, well equipped to fulfil their personal and academic dreams.
Staff at the academy will to strive towards becoming an outstanding educational establishment for adults and young people alike. We thrive on challenge, are reflective and enjoy purposeful, meaningful partnerships with local schools and the wider community all of whom support us in our resolute aim to raise standards. We are fast becoming an employer of choice providing excellent professional development for staff in order to create an outstanding place for all to work and learn.
Thomas Clarkson Academy
We are currently seeking to recruit an experienced Education Welfare Officer to help our school to improve student attendance and reduce unnecessary absence
This is an interesting and demanding post which will give the right candidate an opportunity to be part of a committed and dedicated team.
Closing date: 18/04/2018 at noon Interview : 27th April 2018
For all enquiries please contact our HR department on
01945 468 411 or visit our website
Care and respect for others are the values that lie at the heart of our Trust. The Trust is an Equal Opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people. It expects all staff to share this commitment. All posts working with children and young people will be subject to an enhanced disclosures barring service check.
TCA has been shortlisted in the Education Business Awards thanks to the partnership we've developed with #Wisbech's Ferry Project to support the homeless https://t.co/8iOSjbHUOp @EducationBizz https://t.co/xEZxYx9TVR
TCA's Executive Principal Anne Hill has spoken of her commitment to raising standards & improving outcomes for young people in #Wisbech following her appointment as a National Leader of Education https://t.co/YXk1DS73ym https://t.co/QN94qgRMpF
Our #recommendedread for the weekend is from Phoebe Rodrigues Castro in Yr 7 - Dork Diaries by Rachel Renée Russell: "The author is one of my favourites. I like that it's about the life of a teenager so I can relate to some of the issues. It's funny and entertaining." https://t.co/ALxTbPB5jx
Not long now until this quirky comedy hits the stage at TCA! Come along and support the talented students who have been busy preparing for our biggest production to date! https://t.co/mFH8lXqPKq
Today's #recommendedread is from Nathaniel Shimmin in Yr 7 -The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness: "It looks at how men can turn into monsters. I have always been interested in books which take you to other worlds – it opens up your eyes. It got me thinking." https://t.co/M1eRaeo1EU
RT @bwteachschool: Congratulations to Anne Hill, Executive Principal, on being designated as a National Leader of Education - a recognition...
Our latest #recommendedread is from Ryan Clark in Yr 8, who recommends The Hobbit series by J.R.R. Tolkien: "I just find the plot and characters really interesting. I heard about it in the library and thought I'd take a look. It's a good book to help develop your vocabulary." https://t.co/SjcGSn31o8