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  • Outside lettings cancelled

    Published on 23/02/17

    Outside facitily lettings cancelled due to weather. 

  • Great prizes on offer in Family Quiz

    Published on 21/02/17

    For your chance to win great prizes and test your book knowledge take part in our Family Quiz with questions for all age groups.

  • Congratulations to Mrs Gemma Barber who is one of three teachers from across the Brooke Weston Trust to have recently been accredited as a Specialist Leader in Education.

  • Congratulations to Sixth Former Diana Rubene who took up photography specifically to enter a competition and scooped first prize in her age category.

  • Wisbech Reads Winners

    Published on 01/02/17

    Well done to everyone who took part in the Wisbech Reads competition that was organised by TCA’s librarian Mrs Trafford. The winners were recently announced and the they were presented with their prizes by author Julian Sedgwick and Margaret Barwell from Wisbech Rotary Club.

  • Primary students had the chance to explore exciting space concepts in a special half day organised by our science department.

  • Visit to Lincoln University

    Published on 01/02/17

    Our Year 12 students visited Lincoln University for a campus tour and to get further information about the applications process.

  • Attendance matters

    Published on 26/01/17

    Thomas Clarkson Academy is putting a variety of strategies in place to boost its students’ attendance.

  • Students inspired by author visit

    Published on 26/01/17

    Author Julian Sedgwick transported our Y7 ACE students to a world of fantasy and adventure when he visited the school.

  • Our Year 8 students learned more about university opportunities at a fact finding event arranged by Anglia Ruskin University. The focus was on choosing the right GCSE options to enhance their future choices.

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