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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. We are a family academy with traditional values and successful learners.
We trust that you will find this website a valuable source of information about the many positive features of 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.
To read the Principal's welcome please click here.
To view our prospectus please click here.
If you have an enquiry or would like further information please contact us.
We are continuing to enrol students on to post 16 courses until 30th September. Please call us on 01438 344 341 or email email@example.com for further information and guidance.
Local press coverage featuring record breaking Thomas Alleyne GCSE results click here
Further press coverage of GCSE results click here
Press release re AS/A2 results from Academy Executive Principal click here
Local press coverage featuring Academy AS/A2 students click here and http://www.theadvertisergroup.co.uk/LEVEL-RESULTS-did-local-students-fare/story-22731616-detail/story.html
If you are considering your choices after A/S or GCSE results then please call us on 01438 344341 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This year our open evening is on Thursday 18th September from 6.00 pm until 9.00 pm.
The Principal's speeches are at 6.15 pm, 7.00 pm and 7.45 pm.
Everybody is welcome.
Click here to download our latest newsletter - Founded 1558.
Previous newsletters can be found here.
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Front page news in The Comet, Thursday 6th Februrary 2014. To download please click here.
Listen to MP Stephen McPartland and Principal Mark Lewis campaign on Jack FM. Read it here.
Stevenage Principal backs 20mph limit plans article in The Advertiser - click here.
Front page news 'Head's Battle To Keep Pupils Safe on Roads' in The Advertiser - click here.
'Headteacher Launches Road Safety Campaign' in The Comet - click here.