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.
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More of our sports stars from the PE department's wall of fame - some great achievements from our talented & committed students who dedicate hours every week to their chosen sport. https://t.co/M7eZLDT953
Our PE dept has created a display to celebrate TCA's exceptional sports stars & to share their success at local, regional and national levels with the rest of the school. https://t.co/eqrPbEwj1Q
Quick reminder that Parent Voice will take place tomorrow from 6pm to 7pm, providing parents with an opportunity to explore topics of interest, share ideas and work on suggestions to improve the Academy.
We've had some very positive feedback from the secretary of Wisbech St Mary Sports and Community Centre after a group of Year 10s helped to renovate the children's play area, with students praised for doing an "absolutely fantastic job". https://t.co/cHVoeXYDGw
Many thanks to @SkylarkGarden for its kind donation of £50 towards prizes for the winners of our recent book review competition. Watch this space to see who the winners are in the primary & KS3 categories! @WisbechReads #WisbechReads
.@Tomorrows_Eng have put together a really helpful guide for parents about engineering jobs of the future, a must-read for anyone with a budding engineer in the family! https://t.co/duWYWi7lrX. There's more info on careers in engineering on our website: https://t.co/7KVRfKwbmy
Our theatre was transformed into a theatre of a very different kind when students took part in a hands-on dissection experience while learning more about the pathways and roles in the field of medicine @Optheatrelive #BritishScienceWeek #STEM https://t.co/1rJWu3V5L7
Well done to Henry in Year 7 who correctly identified the characters staff had come dressed as for World Book Day & won chocolate for his whole tutor group! Special mention goes to Mr Crossley who was unmistakable as The Very Hungry Caterpillar & Mrs Lynn, AKA Captain Hook https://t.co/UIwukw26iE
Our Year 8 girls' football team is celebrating following a convincing 6-1 win against Ely. A very proud Miss Evans said the girls were determined to get a win despite being a player down in the second half, and showed great team spirit and determination throughout the match.