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Bishop Thomas Grant School

Developing the learners of today
into the leaders of tomorrow

  • " Bishop Thomas Grant School is an outstanding school with traditional values and high aspirations. " - Ofsted 2017
  • " INSTRAURARE OMNIA IN CHRISTO " -   "To unite all things in Christ" - Ephesians 1:10

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Bishop Thomas Grant School

I am delighted to welcome you to the Bishop Thomas Grant School website, which has been designed to ensure it provides the essential information for all our current and future stakeholders and to capture the real essence of our distinctive school.

Bernadette Boyle, Headteacher

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On Monday 29th June the school continues to be open only to children of key workers and vulnerable children.


From Wednesday 1st July students in Years 10 only are being invited in to school for core subject workshops. The specific date and time of each student’s workshops have been sent home.


From Tuesday 7th July students in Years 12 are also being invited in to school for subject workshops. The specific date and time of each student’s workshops have been sent home.


Online learning via Show my Homework and Microsoft Teams continues to take place at home for children in all year groups 7-12. There will be some disruption to the Live Lessons going forward as staff are in school to deliver subject workshops. Your child will be notified of any changes by their teacher.


Please note, the school switchboard is currently closed. If you need to contact the school during the Covid-19  school closure, please email info@btg-secondary.lambeth.sch.uk This email is being monitored regularly.


Please click here to be directed to information related to the Covid-19 School Closure 


Racial Justice

A statement on racial justice issued by the Bishops of England and Wales

We stand in solidarity with our sisters and brothers in the USA as they challenge the evil of racism and the brutal killing of George Floyd. We cannot turn a blind eye to these atrocities and yet still try to profess to respect every human life. We serve a God of love, mercy, and justice".

“Systemic racism is embedded in our own society. The disproportionate harm suffered by BAME people throughout the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted profound inequalities, marginalisation and injustice here in the UK. The peaceful Black Lives Matter protests taking place in our towns and cities this week reflect the understandable anger that so many people feel about this".

“As Catholics we recognise that racism is an evil which must be opposed; we all have a responsibility for actively promoting racial justice. Whenever we ignore racism or dismiss BAME people’s experience of it, we are complicit in violations of human dignity. We pray for God’s help to overcome racism in all its forms and that we might protect everyone who suffers its consequences. We are all made in God’s image.”

Bishop Declan Lang
Lead Bishop for International Affairs

Bishop Paul McAleenan
Lead Bishop for Racial Justice