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T'riffic Thamesmead


T’riffic Thamesmead is a unique schools partnership between Trust Thamesmead and the area’s local primary and secondary schools.

It is designed to emphasise the positive side of living in Thamesmead and to encourage residents and pupils to feel proud of where they live and to help them develop a sense of belonging.

Now available to the wider community, this area of the Trust Thamesmead website supports the education packs that have been developed for the project.

It contains additional resources which can be downloaded and used by residents, teachers and pupils alike, including secret maps of the area dating from 1931 and the 24 page supplement produced by the Mercury newspaper to herald the beginning of Thamesmead in August 1968.

We would like to continue to develop this section so if you have anything you would like to contribute please contact us.

Thank you for your interest in T’riffic Thamesmead.

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Photos of Thamesmead

Photos of Thamesmead dating back to the 1960's; everything from the first stages of building to the Queen's visit and beyond.

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Street Names and Useful Links

Find out how the streets of Thamesmead got their names and more about the local area, right here at your finger tips!

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Plans and Maps of Thamesmead

We uncovered lots of old maps as well as plans for Thamesmead - lots of ideas were used, lots weren't. We found them interesting, we hope you do too.

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Thamesmead Publications

Read some of the press coverage Thamesmead received and some posters and flyers which were put together in the early days too.

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T'riffic Projects and Endorsements

All 13 schools in Thamesmead got involved in T'riffic Thamesmead during the first year (2008). During that time pupils made badges, monopoly boards, murals and more.

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