• Additional Support

      Offering students with additional needs a tailored package to support them in their learning, in addition to providing excellent facilities and support outside of the classroom. Read More
    • Art & Design

      Housed over two sites the Art department comprises of four purpose built Art rooms, each boasting large windows which give plenty of essential natural light. Read More
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    • Business Studies

      There is a strong argument that in the future everyone will need to have had a business education. Whatever you do in your professional life, the chances are that it will involve some ‘business’. Read More or visit our Blog Page
    • Design & Technology

      “Using your hands and brains to solve problems is an enormous creative challenge.” Sir James Dyson, CBE.
      The Design and Technology department at MDTC allows students to experience a wide range of different design subjects. Read More
    • English

      Communication is an essential part of life. The English Department at MDTC works very hard to ensure that students gain the confidence and skills needed to succeed beyond their school life. Furthermore, we seek to ignite a love of reading in our students, provide them with the tools to write effectively and the skills to speak confidently to different audiences. Read More
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    • Expressive Arts

      Students study Expressive Arts at key stage 3 with lessons in both Drama and Dance. They will engage in a range of units to develop collaborative and performance skills and will use professional dance and drama works (e.g. play texts) as a reference point and as a starting point for performance. Read More
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    • Geography

      At MDTC Geography is studied from Year 7 through to Year 13 and is a high profile department within the college. Read More
    • Health & Social Care

      Health and Social Care introduces students to a wide variety of work in evaluating a range of health and social care services and organisations, increasing their knowledge and developing awareness of influences on an individual’s health and well-being and examining the influences on individual development. Read More
    • History

      History lets you learn how and why people behaved as they did, whether they are Elizabeth I, Hitler or John Lennon... Read More
    • ICT & Computing Studies Department

      The ICT department is comprised of four specialist and one non specialist ICT/Computing teachers. Students have the opportunity to follow a range of vocational and traditional courses using up to date technology and industry standard software and hardware in 5 computer rooms across 2 sites, including a specialist computer network lab fully equipped with Cisco networking equipment. Read More
    • Maths

      Mathematics is an important area of study for everyone. The ability to be numerate, inquisitive and logical stay with you long after you finish school. Read More
    • Media

      Media lessons are delivered in our dedicated teaching rooms in the New-Media Centre and each classroom is well equipped for the delivery of a range of engaging academic and vocational courses. Read More
    • Modern Foreign Languages

      This is the route which a student can take through our Department at Monks’ Dyke Tennyson College. We offer a wide range of courses at all levels and are extremely proud of the achievements of our students in MFL. Read More
    • Music

      This is surely one of the best, if not the best equipped Music Departments in the area. Read More
    • Physical Education

      The Physical Education department strives to enhance the development of students at MDTC by "educating through the physical". Read More
    • Psychology

      Psychology is both an applied and academic field that studies the human mind and behavior. Research in psychology seeks to understand and explain how we think, act and feel. Applications for psychology include mental health treatment, performance enhancement, self-help, ergonomics and many other areas affecting health and daily life. Read More
    • Religious Education

      Studying RE helps us to understand other people’s beliefs:
      • Why they do the things they do
      • What their beliefs and values are
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    • Science

      Science lessons are delivered across both the Louth and Mablethorpe campuses. There are twelve purpose built spacious laboratories, eight on the Louth campus, three at the Mablethorpe campus and an additional lab fully equipped as an IT suite for use in Science. Read More
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