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  • Thomas Middlecott students had the opportunity to design their own rugby kits this term, in association with leading kit manufacturer, Canterbury. As part of the national competition, students showed
  • Students from Thomas Middlecott Academy have been learning more about the classical art of opera during a range of workshops from Nevill Holt Opera. The critically acclaimed opera group visited the
  • Aspiring sports stars from Thomas Middlecott Academy, Kirton, have been taking part in VIP masterclasses with two Rugby World Cup legends. A group of the academy's most talented players joined other
  • As part of a recent science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) event, Year 7 students took part in a festive challenge against 13 other Lincolnshire schools. Santa’s conveyor belt had broken
  • As part of their GCSE citizenship course, students from Thomas Middlecott Academy recently visited the Houses of Parliament. The group learned about the democratic process, lobbying, and significant
  • Forty Year 10 students took part in the 2015 Lincolnshire Skills Show in Skegness. Organised by the Work Based Learning Alliance (WBLA), the students got the opportunity to think about their futures
  • Students at Thomas Middlecott Academy experienced a glimpse of university life during a recent Higher Education residential trip at the University of Nottingham. Year 11 students got to attend
  • Students in Year 8 and 9 are currently taking part in debates against their peers from other DRET academies, as part of a programme set up by the Kalisher Trust. The Kalisher Trust is a legal charity
  • The DRET Winter Cup 2015 saw Thomas Middlecott students compete in football and netball tournaments against over 1,000 other students. Highlights included player of the tournament awards for Thomas
  • Four Year 7 students were put through their paces during a PGL trip at Caythorpe Court in September. The group faced challenging activities, such as Jacob’s ladder, abseiling, climbing, and quad

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