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Learning together, learning for life
Learning together, learning for life
Learning together, learning for life


School performance and statistics

5 passes at grade 4 GCSE inc. English

A*-B grades at A Levels in 2019

grade 4 - 9 in GCSE English and Maths


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TDS_COMPTON - March 16
Last week Year 7 took up a challenge for Sports Relief to row the width of the River Thames in a day, they were very excited and really cheered each other on with their team spirit, with the help of staff including Mr Prosser and Mr Wilson, they managed 61,000m which is amazing.
TDS_COMPTON - March 16
We have decided to postpone the school Colour Run on 1st April, hopefully we will be able to do it later in the year.
TDS_COMPTON - March 12
Just a reminder that it is non-uniform day tomorrow for Sports Relief, don't forget your locker keys or your donation.
TDS_COMPTON - March 12
Yesterday Yr 8 and 9 students presented their project designs to Rosalind Franklin Institute. These will now be added to the hoardings around the new laboratory building site. Thank you to Laura Holland and RFI, Jo Ramshaw and Education Business Partnership.
TDS_COMPTON - March 12
Last night we hosted our annual Duke of Edinburgh awards programme, celebrating the achievements of the 88 students who completed their Bronze awards over the last year. It was a fantastic evening. Well Done to all participants.
TDS_COMPTON - March 12
Year 7 students for Sports Relief are currently using our rowing machine to see if they can row the length of the Thames or the width of the Channel by 3pm. So far they have done over 6,000km, Edward is in the' hot-seat' at the moment.
TDS_COMPTON - March 11
Well done to our hockey teams last night, with victories for the Yr 7 and 8 teams against Trinity School. Yr 7 won their game 6-0, with player of the match R Reynolds. Yr 8 won 2-0 with I Storrar player of the match. Also, well done to G Armstrong who took on the role as keeper.
TDS_COMPTON - March 10
Next week is 'Green Fest,' raising the profile of caring for our environment and helping fundraise for green projects in school. Led mostly by students, there are many events planned including student led discussions on green themes and a clothes swap to encourage recycling.
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