Thomas Middlecott Academy

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Thomas Middlecott Academy
Type Academy
Principal Jonathan Harris
Location Edinburgh Drive
PE20 1JS
Coordinates: 52°55′26″N 0°03′34″W / 52.92396°N 0.05933°W / 52.92396; -0.05933
DfE number 925/4013
DfE URN 141391 Tables
Ofsted Reports Pre-academy reports
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–16

Thomas Middlecott Academy is a coeducational secondary school in Kirton, Lincolnshire, England.[1]

It was previously a community school administered by Lincolnshire County Council, but converted to academy status in March 2015. However the school was renamed from Middlecott School to Thomas Middlecott Academy on in January 2015. The school has joined other academies as part of the David Ross Education Trust, however the school continues to coordinate with Lincolnshire County Council for its admissions. A newly appointed Principal Jonathan Harris took up post in September 2016. Mr Harris, was recruited through a national initiative, 'Talented Leaders', run through the DFE and the Future Leaders Charitable Trust. Mr Harris was previously a Vice Principal at a Church of England academy in South London.

The school's curriculum includes GCSEs and BTECs, with some courses taken in conjunction with Boston College.[2]


  1. ^ "Home page", Thomas Middlecott Academy
  2. ^ "Curriculum", Thomas Middlecott Academy

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