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About Tucker-Baptist

Dedicated to Education

Anita Baptist created the Tucker-Baptist in Memory of her grandfathers who gave their lives in Service to the United Kingdom in World War Two.

Anthony Alfred Tucker, born 21.11.1912 left behind a daughter Eunice Mary Tucker and grandson Ronald John Hannigan Baptist.

William Henry Hannigan Baptist, born 26.10.1897 left behind a son Ronald Dobin Hannigan Baptist and grandson Ronald John Hannigan Baptist.

Tucker Baptist has been established on the core values of respect, discipline, hard, work, pursuit of personal best as well as a love of lifelong learning.


Our core values align with the seven Nolan principles of public life: selflessness, integrity, objectivity, accountability, openness, honesty and leadership.

We place the child at the centre of everything we do and provide a technology-enabled, all through education that improves attainment, achievement and life, chances of young people, by nurturing a passion for learning.

Transformation, empowement and preparation  


We aim to transform young people’s lives and communities through high aspiration, high expectation and high attainment.


We will empower all students, regardless of background or ability, to overcome barriers to learning and achieve educational success through our values of respect, discipline, hard work, and the pursuit of personal best.


We t will prepare students academically, personally, and practically for adult life, lifelong learning and employment in the 21st-century, global knowledge economy.


We will do this through a high-quality all through education, inspiring, computer, curriculum, rigorous, personalised, learning, and excellent pastoral care.

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