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The roads around Thomas Deacon Academy and Peterborough Regional College are very busy and a little awkward at times with several cross-roads, bus stops, traffic lights and pedestrian crossings. These dangers increase significantly when you consider pedestrians, cyclists and cars pulling over to drop students off for school and college. 

Please may we respectfully request that parents take extreme caution when dropping their children at Thomas Deacon Academy, remaining mindful of other road users and observing the law at all times.

We thank you for your co-operation.

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  • Year 8 Parents' Evening 7th March

    Published 15/02/24

    Bookings are now open via your Edulink One parent account.

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  • OPEN Learning Partnership

    Published 12/01/24

     

    We are a proud member of the OPEN Learning Partnership which includes schools from Oundle, Peterborough and East Northants.

    Visit our Partnerships page for more information. 

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  • Are you looking for a new job opportunity?

    Published 27/11/23

    Check out our latest vacancies here

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  • Students at Thomas Deacon Academy proudly celebrate impressive GCSE results

    Published 31/08/23

    Students at Thomas Deacon Academy, part of Thomas Deacon Education Trust (TDET), received an impressive set of GCSE results today, with many individual successes and achievements to celebrate.


    Some stand-out student successes include:
    - Megan Ferris and Eunice Yu, who were both awarded seven Grade 9s and one Grade 8.
    - Wiktoria Apakitsa, who achieved six Grade 9s, a Grade 8 and a Grade 7.
    - Aiman Dad Azam, who attained five Grade 9s and three Grade 8s.
    - Ema Antanaviciute, who achieved four Grade 9s, three Grade 8s and a Grade 7.
    - Zulaikha Khan, who was awarded three Grade 9s and five Grade 8s.


    Emily Gaunt, Acting Principal at Thomas Deacon Academy, said: “Our students have achieved brilliant results and we are so proud of them all. Many of our students have surpassed expectations and it is wonderful to celebrate this milestone day with them.


    “It has been fantastic to see the development in our 2023 GCSE cohort over the past two years, with many progressing incredibly well from a range of different starting points. Our academy character values include commitment, confidence and courage, and our students have certainly demonstrated all of these through their hard work over the duration of their courses.


    “We are fortunate to have an effective working partnership between parents, staff and students which has enabled our students to thrive and reach their potential.”

       
    Scott Hudson, Chief Executive at TDET, said: “A huge well done to all our GCSE students at Thomas Deacon Academy for an excellent set of results, and thank you to everyone who has nurtured and encouraged these students for their support and dedication in helping them achieve their aspirations.


    “We have an excellent Sixth Form at Thomas Deacon Academy and look forward to welcoming back the students in September who are continuing their education with us. For those students who are departing, we would like to wish them every success for a bright and successful future.”

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  • Thomas Deacon Academy students celebrate A-Level results

    Published 21/08/23

    Post-16 students at Thomas Deacon Academy, part of Thomas Deacon Education Trust (TDET), are celebrating their A-Level successes.


    There have been a huge range of successes across the subjects, especially in A-Level Art, Business and Physics, and in Vocational Applied Science and Health and Social Care. Some of the academy’s most notable individual achievements include:
    - Jouin Baca: Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Further Maths all at Grade A, going on to study Chemistry at university.
    - Aisha Jaral: Business Studies, Economics and Sociology all at Grade A, applying for apprenticeships in accountancy.
    - Mehmet Kockat: Biology, Chemistry and Maths all at Grade A, progressing on to Loughborough University to study Chemistry.
    - Tamearon Mullings: A* in Maths and A Grades in Physics and Further Maths, going on to study Mathematics at university.
    - Aqsa Ahmed: Distinction* in Health and Social Care, A* in Sociology and B in Psychology, progressing on to De Montford University to take Education Studies.

    The vast majority of TDA students will be heading off to university or have secured apprenticeships from September.


    Michala Jackson, Head of Sixth form, said: “We are immensely proud of all our students who received results today. They are the result of two years of hard work, dedication, and perseverance.  Their results reflect the incredible progress they have made during their Sixth Form journey; it was brilliant to see so many outstanding grades across all subject areas. Thank you to all our parents, carers and both the teaching and support staff who have encouraged and supported our students through the past two years and well done to all.”


    Emily Gaunt, Acting Principal, said: “Congratulations to all our students on their results, they have demonstrated remarkable commitment to their studies and thoroughly deserve their
    successes. We would like to wish them all well for the next stage of their future, whether that is university, apprenticeships or employment. We are providing one-to-one sessions for any students who need further support and guidance and encourage them to get in touch.”

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  • What's on in the Community?

    Published 18/03/22

    Looking for activities for the Half Term? Please visit our community page to find lots of activities available this Half Term and beyond.

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