Parents and Community

Welcome to the parent and community pages. You should be able to find links to important information to help you support your child at our academy. If you need any further details or have suggestions on how we can improve the infomation we provide to parents and the wider community please contact admin@tas.herts.sch.uk

Community

Stevenage Family History Society
Presentation on The Thomas Alleyne Memorial Gates on Wednesday 2nd July 2014. 

Young Pride In Herts
In 2013 Hertfordshire has been awarded first place nationally for its programme of support to schools on anti-homophobia. You can read more here.

Family Lives
Get advice and support whenever you need it.

Herts Help
HertsHelp is a free and confidential information service which helps people of all ages find solutions to a wide range of everyday issues, questions and problems, quickly and simply.  The experienced advisers at HertsHelp can provide information on a variety of subjects, in different formats if required.

Stevenage Music Centre
Offering instrument tuition and performance groups which rehearse a wide variety of music, and give regular concerts at the Centre. Groups from the North Herts Music Schools may also have the opportunity to perform at outside venues such as the Gordon Craig Theatre. Experienced staff work to develop instrumental skills through listening and playing as part of an ensemble.

BeeZee Bodies - a family weight management programme


 

To download poster please click here

Useful Resources

 Useful information

 

Help With The Cost of Education

If your family is on a low income you may be able to get help with the cost of full-time education for your child. 

You may be able to get:

  • Free school meals
  • Help with travel costs
  • Help with music fees
  • Help with cycle training

Please go to the Herts Direct website to find more information.

Travel options using your post code

Enter your home postcode and your child’s school here.

You will be able to compare a range of travel options either on foot, by bike, by public transport or car. It also shows the approximate number of calories burned on each route and the amount of carbon emissions produced.

It is easy to use and will help parents and students find the quickest and safest  alternatives to driving, which in turn should ease congestion around the town.