Thomas Tallis School
Greenwich, United Kingdom
About Thomas Tallis School
Located in Kidbrooke, south-east London, Thomas Tallis School is a large co-educational secondary school providing places to pupils aged 11-18. The school was originally founded in 1971. In 2012 it moved into a brand-new purpose-built building on the site of a former airfield.
With capacity for around 2,000 students, Thomas Tallis is larger than the average secondary school. It operates a large sixth form, welcoming students who have come up through Thomas Tallis School, as well as pupils from other schools in the local area.
Ms Carolyn Roberts
Values and vision
Thomas Tallis School encourages its students to be kind, honest, fair, respectful and optimistic. The secondary school is proud of its diversity and encourages acceptance of all faiths and belief systems. Teachers deliver Character Education, which supports students to develop their own independent moral compass, and to understand the importance of their education and the value of hard work.
“Students make good progress during their time in the school so that they achieve well in their GCSE examinations. They make outstanding progress in English. Students in the two specialist resource bases make good and often outstanding progress because of the very good support that they receive. Provision is good.”
Teachers are knowledgeable and enthusiastic about their subjects-
The school is a harmonious community-