Proud MDTC Staff, Parents, Partners and Students talk about how they feel about
Monks Dyke Tennyson College.

  • Recently, I attended my last Academic Progress Day for my daughter who is in her final year of sixth form. My daughter has achieved such a good education and emotional support during her time at Monks’ Dyke.

    I have always felt myself and Monks’ Dyke have worked together as a team to support her education and emotional needs. On occasions, I have felt the need to address issues and I feel my concerns have always been heard and promptly dealt with. Through lots of hard work and commitment on both sides, my daughter has achieved great GCSE’s A s levels results and it looks promising that she will get the grades she needs to go forward onto university in September.

    I just want to say a huge big thank you to everyone at Monks’ Dyke, who have had a part in my daughters education. Especially Mr Barton, Mrs Holden, Mrs Challis and all her sixth form teachers.

    I am very pleased we chose Monks’ Dyke for my daughter’s secondary school education.

    Once again, thank you.

    MDTC Proud Parent

  • “Monks’ Dyke has been great so far. I have enjoyed every minute of it! It has been an adventure”

    Mia Finnis, Louth Campus

  • “The staff have been kind and helpful. Good rules. Fun lessons”

    Jade S, Louth Campus

  • “I have enjoyed this last few weeks at this school and I have made lots of friends in different form rooms”

    Ann-Marie Wootton, Louth Campus

  • “My first few days at MDTC were amazing. As soon as you set foot onto the MDTC grounds you realise that there is no going back. Also you are one step closer to the future that is waiting for you.
    My favourite lesson was Maths because we got to use the laptops during our pentominoes investigation”

    Leah Blackburn, Mablethorpe Campus

  • “In my first few days at MDTC I have enjoyed everything I have done, it has been amazing. I especially enjoyed computer science learning about inputs and outputs”

    Bethany Sommers, Mablethorpe Campus

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