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  • Italy football trip

    Published on 28/03/13

    More than 30 Thomas Clarkson Academy students will be heading to Italy over the Easter holidays for a football trip.

  • Four Thomas Clarkson students spent two days getting a taste of university life at the University of East Anglia.

  • Students Alex Ives and Emily Cooper shared their views on issues at a meeting of Fenland District Youth Council.

  • Easter holiday activity programme

    Published on 28/03/13

    A programme of activities will run over the Easter holidays at Thomas Clarkson Academy.

  • Trip to Harry Potter studios

    Published on 21/03/13

    Students got the chance to look behind the scenes of the Harry Potter films on a trip to the studios where they were made.

  • Theatre is officially opened

    Published on 19/03/13

    The brand-new theatre at Thomas Clarkson Academy was officially declared open with a ceremony on Saturday (March 16th) night.

  • Four Thomas Clarkson Academy students did us proud by representing the Academy in a table tennis competition at Witchford Village College.

  • Students discussed their opinions to help with a research project on public attitudes towards people with disfiguring conditions.

  • Visit from Manga artist Sonia

    Published on 12/03/13

    Thomas Clarkson Academy students got the chance to draw Manga characters during workshops with artist Sonia Leong today.

  • Captain of our Year 9 rugby team, Jordan Ashman, walked out in front of 81,000 people at Twickenham at the weekend wearing the new Thomas Clarkson Academy rugby kit.

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