Open Evening will take place on Thursday 13th September 2018 6-9pm.
The Thomas Alleyne Academy admission arrangements for 2019/20 are shown below.
TAA School Admissions Arrangements 2019-20 FINAL.pdf
Sixth form admissions 2019-20 FINAL.pdf
Thank you to everyone who attended Welcome Evening on the 28th September. If you were were unable to attend you will be able to find the Headteachers speech and presentations below.
A Level Results Day is 16th August 2018
GCSE Results Day is 23rd August 2018
Sports Clubs 2017-2018
The Thomas Alleyne Academy is an 11-18 co-educational academy which is justly proud of its reputation as a happy, caring, and safe community where success is expected, achieved and celebrated. There has been education on our current site since 1558. We converted to academy status in September 2013 and we are a proud member of the Hart Schools Trust, a multi-academy trust committed to supporting schools in our local area. In June 2015, Ofsted confirmed the rapid transformation of the academy when it awarded the school ‘Good’ in all areas with ‘Outstanding’ leadership and management.
We trust that you will find this website a valuable source of information about our academy. We hope that you will want to come and see for yourself the exciting range of educational opportunities that we are able to offer our community and we welcome all visitors.
Level Success for Thomas Alleyne Students - August 2018
Alleyne Academy sixth form students are celebrating successful results that
will allow them to progress onto their university or apprenticeship of
Bradley Gould achieved an A* in mathematics A Level
alongside C grades in computer science and physics. He is heading to Bristol to
read Computer Studies. Bradley said, “I’m
so happy with my results. Today’s rain
can’t dampen my spirits – I’m really looking forward to going to university
next month now!”
Jack Pellen Pickersgill achieved an A in sociology and
B’s in computer science and geography. He is going to Royal Holloway,
University of London, to read Software Engineering. Jack said “I ended up getting better results that I
even needed to secure my place at Royal Holloway. I’m so pleased I chose to take my A-levels at
Thomas Alleyne’s – it was definitely the right choice to study here”.
Layla Nicholson achieved an A in her extended project
qualification to go alongside her B grades in both sociology and media, film
and TV studies and her C in English Literature. She is going to read Journalism
at University of Arts London and said “A-levels
were challenging but worthwhile and I’ve really enjoyed my experience in the
sixth-form. I’m so proud of myself and
my teachers have been amazing throughout!”.
Chloe Walker and William Longhurst each achieved BBC
grades and are both looking forward to going to university where they will be
studying Creative Writing and Film Studies.
To read our Headteacher's welcome please click here
To view our prospectus please click here.
To read our GCSE and A Level press releases, please click here.
If you have an enquiry or would like further information please contact us.
Please click here to view 'Making the Gr-A-de' presentation.
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