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Thomas Keble School is a mixed secondary school located in Eastcombe in the English county of Gloucestershire. The school is named after Thomas Keble, a Church of England clergyman who contributed four of the Tracts for the Times

  Thomas Keble was born at Court Close, Fairford on 25 October 1793, the  younger son of John Keble, vicar of Coln St Aldwyns, and  Thomas Keble School   Parents' Newsletter: Issue 2 2020-2021

Outside of the main building, there is a memorial tree with a plaque dedicated to the life of Thomas Keble. The plaque reads: "In memory of those who came before us, we honour you." The tree was planted by Julia Abbott on 18 August 1991, the plaque being added later that year.Fifth year C.S.E. class study Human Biology at Manor School, Eastcombe,  Stock Photo, Picture And Rights Managed Image. Pic. MEV-10129600 |  agefotostock              Highwood between 1973 and 1795

Known as Manor School until September 1990, Thomas Keble School was previously administered by Gloucestershire County Council.

Manor School Class Of The 80s | Facebook Eastcombe manor 1970,s | Facebook Manor School Class Of The 80s | FacebookHeadteacher Chris Steer hands over to Julia Maunder.

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Thomas Keble became a specialist Technology College in September 2002. The school was awarded high performing specialist school status in 2006, enabling a second specialism in sport. Thomas Keble gained foundation school status in 2007 and the school was converted to academy status in August 2011.

  Secondary school headteacher cuts number of special needs pupils to plug  funding gap - Gloucestershire Live  Kite aerial photo of Thomas Keble School.jpg