Speaking Out!! (February 2020)
Year 10 Speak Out finalists performed their speeches in front of their peers; hoping to go through to the regional final.
The Speak Out programme is organised by the Jack Petchey Foundation and gives children experience of developing and delivering a speech on a subject of their choice.
Humza Arshad Surprises Year 9 and 10 (February 2020)
As part of a Department for Education 16 school national tour, famous You-Tuber and creator of Diary of a Badman Humza Arshad visited the school to promote his new video HATE.
The hard-hitting video tackles knife crime and radicalisation and will be released on Monday 10th February.
Students heard Humza's experiences of growing up in London and the dangers of radicalisation and knife crime and were able to ask questions about his career and his relationship with global sports brand Nike!
Anti-Bullying Ambassadors (January 2020)
Following training provided by The Diana Award, students in Year 9 and 10 have become our school Anti-Bullying Ambassadors.
The ambassadors, who have been equipped with the skills to tackle bullying head on, are part of our commitment to ensure bullying is not tolerated at Archbishop Tenison's School.
Playground Development (December 2019)
As part of the school's relationship with the construction firm MACE, members of the school community spent the day with a team of architects and engineers to develop a vision for what the school playground should look like.
The construction of the new playground is expected to be ready by Easter 2020.
New Behaviour Policy (November 2019)
Following the student voice exercise on behaviour, the school has launched its new Behaviour system.
The school staff will adopt the 'C' language and issue C1s and C2s as warnings and C3s if appropriate; the C3 will result in a detention that night and is our commitment to ensure no lessons will ever be disrupted by others.