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The Thomas Alleyne Academy

The Thomas Alleyne Academy
Front Gates
Motto "Nisi Dominus Frustra"
Established 1558
Type Academy,
Executive Principal Mark Lewis
Principal Julia Flanagan
Chair of Governors Alan Euinton
Founders Reverend Thomas Alleyne
Location High Street
Stevenage
Hertfordshire
SG1 3BE
England
DfE number 919/4017
DfE URN 140037 Tables
Ofsted Reports Pre-academy reports
Staff 87
Students 603
Gender Mixed
Ages 11–18
Houses Darwin, Franklin and Newton
Colours Navy Blue
Website The Thomas Alleyne Academy

The Thomas Alleyne Academy is an Academy in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, England. It was founded in 2013, but can trace its roots back to 1558, when the original school was set up from the will of Thomas Alleyne.

It is situated in the north of Stevenage, known as Old Town, adjacent to the roundabout of the A1072 and the A602 (former A1), and more than 200 metres to the east of the East Coast Main Line. Adjacrnt to The Barclay School.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Academy Status 2
  • Notable former pupils 3
    • Alleyne's Grammar School 3.1
    • Alleyne's School 3.2
    • Stevenage Girls' School 3.3
  • Notable former Staff 4
  • See also 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7
  • News items 8

History

Thomas Alleyne died in 1558 and made provisions in his will for the founding of the school. It was originally known as Master Allen's School. By 1869 it was known as Alleyne's Grammar School, a boys' grammar school. Francis Cammaerts (1916–2006), French Resistance leader and witness in the Lady Chatterley Trial, was headmaster from 1952 to 1961. In 1969 it became a comprehensive, Alleyne's School. In 1989 it merged with Stevenage Girls' School and changed to its current name. . During the summer of 2012 (LONDON 2012) Thomas Alleyne's was chosen to choose a torchbearer to run with the torch, the PE Department decided to pick Luca Wells because of his sportsmanship and stamina in PE.

The Current Principal at the The Thomas Alleyne Academy is Ms Julia Flanagan, she worked at the school for many years becoming its first Vice Principal and later the principal of the Academy. Mark Lewis is now running the Davinci Studio School's in Stevenage and Letchworth as well as the Academy.

On Sunday 1 September 2013, Alleynes became a Sponsored Academy. Sponsored by North Hertfordshire College. Being an Academy means that Alleynes has more control over finances and their Curriculum, where they wouldn't have if they had stayed as a 'School' this means, that the Academy is now controlled directly by Central Government.

Academy Status

In March 2013, the School (as it was then known) requested to turn into an Academy, this basically means that they have more control over their finances and how much their teachers are paid. Alleynes went into a partnership with North Herts College. Thomas Alleyne was one of the first schools to give; Staff, Students and Parents a direct involvement in the process. They held regular meetings with the Student Parliament throughout 2013.

Notable former pupils

Alleyne's Grammar School

Alleyne's School

Stevenage Girls' School


Notable former Staff

See also

References

  1. ^

External links

  • The Thomas Alleyne Academy
  • Ofsted Inspection Report
  • Old Alleynians
  • Edubase
  • Thomas Alleyne Supporters Association (TASA)

News items

  • http://www.thecomet.net/news/gcse_results_thomas_alleyne_stevenage_1_1491162

Student from the Thomas Alleyne School carries Olympic Torch through Stevenage Old Town

  • http://www.106jack.com/news/local-news/olympic-torch-relay-meet-hertfordshires-torchbearers/

MP Praises Thomas Alleyne students on a school charity day to raise money to "Send my friend to school"

  • http://www.theadvertisergroup.co.uk/Education-and-Training/MP-praises-pupils-support-of-poor-African-students-18072012.htm
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