Bishop Thomas Grant School
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|Established||9 September 1959|
|Type||Voluntary aided school|
|DfE URN||100638 Tables|
The school is named after the first Bishop of Southwark, Thomas Grant (1816-1870) who was named in the First Vatican Council. The school was opened on 9 September 1959. The current[when?] headmaster of the school is Mr. Louis Desa. BTG is specialist school in Mathematics and ICT. In September 2009 Bishop Thomas Grant re-opened their sixth form which had closed in 1986.
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