We teach the National Curriculum of England and Wales, adapted as appropriate to our students’ needs and experience. In the primary department, National Curriculum Literacy and Numeracy strategies are adopted and levels are used to support our assessment policies through all Key Stages. Furthermore, Year 10 and 11 students study for examinations in IGCSE and GCSE and on completion may enter the sixth form to study AS and A Levels respectively.
TEA aims to provide a learning experience that will enable us to help students reach their potential academically, socially and physically. In modern society change is perhaps one of the few certainties there is and, with this in mind, we aim to prepare our students for a life in a rapidly changing and increasingly competitive society. Young people at TEA are encouraged to become leaders within their community. The school stresses the importance of integrity, respect for others and the right of every child to a learning environment absent of hindrance and disturbance. Students are encouraged to become independent learners while an emphasis is placed on the importance of local traditions and values; the vision adopted at TEA is a globally connected one with a great deal of local relevance.