Literacy and Maths Focus

Please go to the Literacy and Maths Focus page to read more or click here.

What's Your Favourite Book?

Inspired by World Book Day we have been compiling The Thomas Alleyne Top 10 Best Books.  Please click here for more information.

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The Thomas Alleyne Academy

Where success is expected, achieved and celebrated.

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.

Forthcoming Events

TASA meeting Thursday 24th April 2014 6.30 pm, Conference Centre _________________________________________________________________________________
Year 8 Parents' Evening 4 - 7pm Monday 28th April 2014. Please click here for letter to parents/carers and here for Parents' Guide for Booking Appointments.
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Newton Charity Day Friday 16th May 2014
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Fun Run Friday 23rd May 2014
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Founded 1558 Newsletter

Click here to download our latest newsletter - Founded 1558.

Previous newsletters can be found here.

Thomas Alleyne's Safer Roads Campaign

Sign up to our petition by clicking here 

Back our Principal's campaign for Hertfordshire Highways to:
1) Reduce the speed limit.
2) Install a raised kerb and pedestrian barriers.
3) Improve signage and road markings.

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.

Clubs, Trips and Sports Fixtures

Download sports clubs timetable

Download Sports Fixtures Lists:

April 2014
May 2014
June 2014
July 2014

Link to Enrichment for all the activities happening at The Thomas Alleyne Academy