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Friday 27th May GCSE English Literature, GCE Chemistry and GCE Religious Ethics Exam
“Around the school, students are considerate to each other and to staff. Without exception, they say they would recommend the school to others”





Archbishop Tenison's School is a mixed
Church of England secondary school
federated with St. Mark's C of E Primary School

Archbishop Tenison's has a long and established tradition of educating young people since 1685 and this year we have enjoyed celebrating 330 years teaching and learning.

Mrs Elizabeth Sims, MA
Executive Headmistress of Archbishop Tenison’s and St Mark’s School

Latest News

Latest News


“The Art Department at Tenison's has created a new website to showcase all of the wonderful work done by students across the year groups. ”





Thinking About Doing an Apprenticeship?

As a school the majority of our students leave Tenison's to head onto university. Today, however, we had a special upper school assembly to remind students that university is not the only pathway they can take.

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PSA Event - Superstars

Thanks to those parents, staff and students who attended the PSA Superstars event on Wednesday 20th April. Contestants were put through their paces on the rowing machine, while also competing at penalty kicks and basketball free throws. The overall winner was Mayowa in Year 11 - well done to him for taking the crown as the school's finest all-round athlete!


Speakers for Schools

At Tenison's we work with the charitable organisation Speakers for Schools, which means that we are offered the chance to have some very engaging and successful speakers come and talk to our students about their lives and what they consider the keys to success.

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Austria Ski Trip

Last week 39 students went to Austria to ski for the first time. Students learnt the basics and then quickly progressed to be able to go to the very top of the mountain at 2500 feet! 

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