Students experienced what the descent back to earth was like for British astronaut Tim Peake when a virtual reality bus visited a Wisbech school.
A new school could open in Wisbech by 2020 after an application has been submitted by education bosses.
New Government figures provide sustained cause for optimism at Thomas Clarkson Academy in Wisbech – a year after Ofsted concluded it still required ‘significant improvement’.
Amazing routines were shown by talented gymnasts from Wisbech as they scooped 14 medals in a major competition.
A new theatre production promoting healthy relationships will be touring Fenland colleges.
A talented singer from Wisbech has taken to the high seas in a big break of his career onboard one of the largest fleets of cruise ships in the UK.
GCSE students at Thomas Clarkson Academy have achieved the school’s best ever results.
A-Level maths, chemistry and physics students at Thomas Clarkson Academy in Wisbech have achieved a 100 per cent pass rate.
A hockey awards event for young sporting enthusiasts from Thomas Clarkson Academy and Peckover School was joined by a national sports star.
Donating toiletries and food to a homeless shelter in Wisbech has led Thomas Clarkson Academy (TCA) to win a national education award.
Tributes were paid to a teacher who died of cancer with a charity run at a Wisbech school.
Beautiful dresses and sharp suits were out in force when young people from Thomas Clarkson Academy in Wisbech enjoyed their leavers prom.
A Wisbech school which saw six pupils rushed to hospital in May after taking the illegal drug ‘spice’ has opened its doors to officers and a drugs specialist in a bid to educate students.
A Wisbech school is is throwing its support behind this year’s Race for Life as staff and students prepare to run in memory of an inspirational and popular colleague.
Two students from Thomas Clarkson Academy will meet HRH The Prince of Wales next week after being selected to help co-host an awards ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall with comedian Sir Lenny Henry.
Trampolining club, the Fenland Flyers, held their annual open competition at Thomas Clarkson Academy in Wisbech.
A Wisbech bus re-launched last summer after a previous attempt – and £52,000 in subsidies failed – is once again under threat.
A new £23 million secondary school for 600 pupils will be built in Wisbech and should be open by 2020, council bosses have approved.
Thomas Clarkson Academy has become the first school in the area to start regularly donating its leftover food to the homeless.
Police have confirmed that they are investigating after students at a Wisbech school were rushed to hospital from taking the illegal drug ‘spice’.
Six students rushed to hospital after taking the illegal drug ‘spice’ that led to them fainting and vomiting face disciplinary action when they return after the Bank Holiday.
It was an emotional evening in Wisbech as the RAF Swing Wing band performed at the Thomas Clarkson Academy.
Winners of the Wisbech Reads Writing Competition have met with popular author Dan Freedman as part of their reward.
Rugby players from Thomas Clarkson Academy have had training sessions with some of the best coaches working in professional rugby which has inspired them to teach tag ruby to primary school pupils.
A new associate principal has been appointed at Thomas Clarkson Academy in Wisbech who says he is determined to raise the academy from “requiring improvement” to “good”.
Thomas Clarkson Academy’s head of humanities Cathy Abrahams is looking forward to developing students’ understanding of democracy after successfully applying to become a teacher ambassador for Parliament’s education service.
Former students of Thomas Clarkson Academy in Wisbech are being urged to use their experience to boost current students’ chances of going to university.
A new challenge inspired by next year’s Commonwealth Games has been launched at Thomas Clarkson Academy to encourage Year 7 students to take part in extra-curricular activities.
Three students – still wearing their Thomas Clarkson Academy uniforms – risked serious injury by tampering with a village Christmas lights display.
A chess expert from Marshland St James is celebrating after being crowned Cambridgeshire’s best player – at just 13-years-old.