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  • 2016-17 Celebration Newsletter

    Published on 21/07/17

    End of year TCA newsletter

  • Thanks to everyone who took part in or sponsored the recent  Race For Life and charity raffles as TCA has raised over £3600 for Cancer Research.

  • School of Rock Rules!

    Published on 14/07/17

    Students put on a barnstorming performance of School of Rock last night that rocked the school to its rafters! The cast put on a stellar show with fantastic songs, great dance routines and stand-out performances from its lead characters.

  • Well done to our Year 7 netball team who have surpassed themselves to win competition after competition, including being the first TCA netball team ever invited to play in the School Games Championships.

  • Well done to students Eleaner Hunt and Morgan Stephen who have both won prizes in the Lions Club Peace Poster competition. They wowed the judges with their artwork and Eleaner won first prize while Morgan’s picture was Highly Commended.

  • Race for Life at TCA

    Published on 04/07/17

    More than 170 people tackled the 5km Race for Life course around our grounds in aid of Cancer Research UK. Thanks to everyone who supported the event, which saw students, families, colleagues and friends walking, jogging or running the course.

  • Well done to our amazing Year 8 rugby team who have staged an amazing comeback, from losing all their games last year, to an unbeaten record this year that has meant they are Isle of Ely champions.

  • Hundreds of students and staff at Thomas Clarkson Academy are gearing up for this year’s musical production ‘School of Rock’, featuring a large cast, live band and music by Andrew Lloyd Webber.

  • Well done to our Year 9 Girls rounders team on winning the title of Isle of Ely Champions 2017.

  • Well done to our Year 7 netball team who are gearing up for another sports tournament after a string of eight wins that clinched them the Isle of Ely championship title and first place in a District Qualifier.

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