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.
1. To consistently deliver good and outstanding lessons in all subjects
2. To consistently provide good quality feedback to all students in all subjects
3. To be consistent in the setting of homework in all subjects
4. To further develop literacy across the school
5. To further develop the use of TAs in the classroom in order to meet the needs of all students.
The end of term is Tuesday 19th July 2016 and school will finish at 12.45pm. Any students who cannot get home can remain on site in a supervised classroom. Students who receive Free School Meals can collect this at break time.
School will reopen after the summer holidays on...
Available in September 2016 – Bassoon and Oboe Clubs
Would you like to learn to play the oboe or bassoon?
The Music and Performing Arts Trust offers Bassoon and Oboe clubs every Friday evening in Northampton from September 2016. Students interested in starting to learn eithe...
We have created a survey for Post-16 students to offer them the opportunity to provide feedback on their experiences at Thomas Becket Catholic School, specifically related to their course, their readiness for their next stages in education and other aspects which will help us reflect and enhance ...
The Governing Body of The Thomas of Canterbury Federation of Northampton Catholic Schools
As from the 1st April 2016 St. Gregory’s Catholic Primary School, along with The Good Shepherd and St. Mary’s Primary Schools and Thomas Becket Secondary School is governed by St. Th...
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.
Shortly, you will be receiving an email with key information about the forthcoming Year 10 Mock exams which are due to commence on Monday 20th of June. For English and Maths only, the school have opted in to an exciting initiative whereby the students’ exam papers are moderated by an extern...
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...
Chart showing the reduction in the number of Term Time holidays taken by Thomas Becket students over time.
Children with poor attendance are less likely to gain 5 A*- C GCSEs.
82.1% attendance is the same as missing 34 days of school in one year.
Poor attendance will have a serious impact on education.
From June 2016 penalty notices are now issued to each parent of each child for unauthorised holiday of 5 days (10 sessions) or more during a 6 weeks period
Penalty notices are currently £120, reduced to £60 if paid within 21 days. Failure to pay the penalty notice in full at the end of the 21 day period may result in prosecution.
Should you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact the attendance office on 01604 493211 extension 337/338 or alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org
TBCS students having a fantastic adventure in Borneo and developing life long skills. https://t.co/IpDhW8NRoj
Looking forward to celebrating success at the Y11 Prom tonight!