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Archbishop Tenison's

Church of England High School

Archbishop Tenison's CE High School
Selborne Road


Dear Tenison's Alumni

Would you like to visit the school, wander round your old classroom, meet some of your old teachers and bump into old school friends?

If so, we have been offered Saturday, 9th July 2016 as an open day for Croydon Tenisonians. This will include a short service, refreshments and some speeches and entertainment.

In order to know whether this is viable we would like to know if you would be interested in coming to such an event.  Let us know by replying through our Facebook Page or contact us via email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  


We would love to have your support.

Peter Wickert - Chair

Nicki Lewis - Secretary

Are you one of Croydon’s Tenisonians?

The search is on… not for an apprentice this time, but for anyone who in the past attended Archbishop Tenison’s Church of England High School.

In May 2014 the school celebrated 300 years since its foundation in Croydon by Thomas Tenison, in his last year as Archbishop of Canterbury. To mark this great occasion the school established a new association of old pupils, ‘Croydon Tenisonians’, emphasising the school’s Croydon base.

A full history of the school, written by Croydon’s David Smith, was published in March 2014 and was launched with a special Tercentenary exhibition at Fairfield Halls.

The aims of Croydon Tenisonans are:

• to build and maintain a register of Croydon Tenisonians
• to encourage communication between Croydon Tenisonians and the school
• to keep Croydon Tenisonians abreast of developments at the school and promote the interests of the school
• to provide the forum and opportunities for Croydon Tenisonians to assist the school


For more information and to register click here.

Also, why not like the Croydon Tenisonian's Facebook page?

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