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Tennyson Primary School

Tennyson Learning Community Multi Academy Trust

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“You, your school, your world – make the most of it!”

Welcome to Tennyson Road Primary School. We are an oversubscribed and friendly three-form entry primary school on two sites; Tennyson Road South and Tennyson Road North. Our south site is situated on Tennyson Road, whilst our north site is situated on Surrey Street, both a short walking distance from each other.

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Tennyson Road

Through our website, you should be able to find information you need as a parent or visitor to the school. If you cannot find information on our website, our administration team will be happy to help or guide you to the member of staff who can. The contacts section at the bottom of the page will help you with this.

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Head of School

On behalf of the pupils, staff and governors of Tennyson Road Primary School we would like to welcome you to our website. From September 2019, Tennyson Road became an Academy and part of the Tennyson Learning Community, which is a multi-academy trust.

We believe very strongly in the need to form a close partnership between parents, staff, and pupils. Our children are happy, challenged and able to make an individual contribution to the success of our school and we endeavour to create a positive learning environment for all pupils in which they can thrive.

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Ofsted says...

  • Excellent leadership by the headteacher, the commitment and support of senior leaders, staff and the challenges given by the governing body have ensured that the school has moved forward since the previous inspection in its quality of teaching and in pupils’ achievement.. - Ofsted, 2013
  • By the end of Year 6, pupils’ progress in reading, writing and mathematics is outstanding.
    - Ofsted, 2013
  • Close links with local schools help promote good and outstanding practice.
    - Ofsted, 2013
  • The school development plan is well thought out and based on an accurate evaluation of the school’s strengths and areas for development.
    - Ofsted, 2013