At Thomas Alleyne’s High School we are committed to ensuring that our students are provided with the highest quality of education to enable them to fulfil their potential as individuals.
This responsibility lies at the heart of our school vision which is captured by the words: Progres...More from the Head
World Challenge update from Mr Gilson... Today, we have begun repairing tables and painting them along with teaching the children English. We also played football against the locals too. They are very good.
9:27AM 16 Jul 2018
2 days in and we have raised £910 pounds to re-furbish and re-open our pool. Many thanks to everyone who has supported us so far.
8:51PM 14 Jul 2018
Hopefully you saw this earlier, we are fighting to save our pool at TAHS. Please share this link far and wide.... #savetahspool https://t.co/6PIjJfTgZD
8:45PM 13 Jul 2018
8:43PM 13 Jul 2018
The leadership of the 16 – 19 study programmes is strong. Leaders have high expectations and the sixth form is confident purposeful community. Teaching in the sixth form is consistently good or better.Ofsted Inspection 2016
Pupils have overwhelmingly positive attitudes to learning. They behave well in lessons and during social times, and take a pride in their work.Ofsted Inspection 2016
Students feel safe in school and are right to do so. Incidents of bullying are rare and staff deal with them effectively when they ariseOfsted Inspection 2016
Teachers display good and sometimes excellent subject knowledge often supplemented by thorough understanding of examination syllabuses and mark schemes.Ofsted Inspection 2016
Pupils typically make good or better progress.Ofsted Inspection 2016
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