A Level Results Day — feeling amazing
To develop a thriving, exciting learning community that supports our students and staff in achieving their maximum learning potential.
Our vision is to create a thriving, exciting learning community that allows both staff and students to meet their full learning potential. We want our students to become independent, curious learners and to be equipped with the essential skills needed for life outside of the school community. We aim to deliver consistently high quality teaching and learning opportunities across the school to allow our students and staff to meet their full potential. In order to achieve this, we have five school priorities.
To consistently deliver good and outstanding lessons in all subjects
To consistently provide good quality feedback to all students in all subjects
To be consistent in the setting of homework in all subjects
To further develop literacy across the school
To further develop the use of TAs in the classroom in order to meet the needs of all students.
Staff will return for training days on Monday 4th and 5th September, students should not be in school on these days unless they are Year 12 and 13 students who will return on Tuesday 5th September.
Year 7 students will start on Wednesday 6th September and the rest of the school will retur...
Our school Governing Body is made up of Community, Parent, Partnership, and Staff. Our Governors may come to us through a variety of routes and with a range of different backgrounds, skills and experiences, but they are all volunteers who work together for the benefit of the School and are the li...
Thomas Becket Catholic School achieved its best ever results in the Summer 2016 examination season with outstanding grades being reached by a large number of students, both at GCSE and A level. This is testament to the hard work of students and staff alike, supported of course by parents and care...
Former Arsenal, Manchester City, Crystal Palace and Republic of Ireland international footballer, Eddie McGoldrick, is Head Coach of the Football Academy at Thomas Becket, one of only a handful of school-based Football Academies in Northamptonshire.
The Department for Education has announced that from September 2015, the Persistent Absence (PA) criteria will change from 15% to 10%. This means that any student who falls below 90% attendance will become a persistent absence pupil and therefore reported to National an...