In 2008, Thomas Tallis School was designated as one of thirty national Schools of Creativity in recognition of its commitment to creative learning. Tallis has been part of the Creative Partnerships network of schools since its inception in 2004. We moved into our brand new building in November 2011 and creative learning continues to be at the very centre of our mission to provide an educational hub for the established and emerging communities locally. Moreover, the school accepts the challenge of contributing to the national and international debates about the fundamentally important role of creativity in learning for the 21st century.
We had the honour of representing the UK at the Creativity World Forum in Oklahoma in 2010 and we regularly host visits from colleagues across the UK and abroad who are keen to share strategies for promoting creative learning and the imaginative use of ICT.
To find out more about our work, please contact:
Director of Arts & Creativity