Pupils return to school on Tuesday 3 September. Year 7: 9.30-15.00. Year 8, 9, 10, 11 and 13: 13.00-15.00. Year 12: 10.30-12.20

Sixth Form learners hoping to apply to Oxbridge and other Russell Group universities are taking advantage of an in-house support programme.

The mentoring scheme for higher attainers was set up by and is run by Mr Reid. He identifies pupils as early as Year 9 that may benefit from extra support, encouragement and super-curricular development throughout their GCSE’s and as they look ahead to university places on hard-fought for courses such as medicine, dentistry and veterinary science. During Sixth Form the group is introduced to specialist speakers, including university admission tutors and current undergraduates; they participate in mock interview evenings with industry professionals and academics, including the disciplines of medicine, dentistry and veterinary science.

Individual reading lists are curated for each member to encourage super-curricular activities based around an extensive range of texts and dedicated critical personal statement support is undertaken in Year 12 and throughout the summer break in preparation for the early UCAS deadline in Year 13.

Learners are also encouraged to apply for courses in which they can gain experience and progress their learning.

Three Year 11 pupils have been accepted onto the CamSpire programme – an 18 month programme run by Queen’s College Cambridge, which aims to inspire Bangladeshi, Pakistani and Arab learners to apply to selective universities. CamSpire includes three fully funded residential visits to Cambridge and a personal mentor currently studying there.

Since the programme began, two learners have received offers to study medicine, one for dentistry and one for veterinary science, all from some of the best rated universities in the country. We have seen successful interview applications and two offers for Oxbridge.

We strive to support our learners to be the best they can be and it’s thanks to their hard work and determination, with support from TSS staff, that make our learners successful. We are working hard to increase these numbers in the coming years.

  • Headteacher's Blog

    • Key Stage 4 and 5 Results

      22 August 2019

      Congratulations to all of our pupils on their KS4 results at GCSE and BTEC. We have seen improvements in a number of areas and there are some stunning individual performances. Well done to everyone and our best wishes in your next steps

      ·         112 out of 246 pupils i.e. 46% had a positive P8 score in their actual results

      ·         30 pupils have a positive P8 score of one grade or more; one pupil has a P8 score
                of +4.45 and her sister has a P8 score of +5.50

      ·         88 pupils i.e. 37% attained 5 or more grades 9 to 5 (good pass)

      ·         150 pupils i.e. 63% attained 5 or more grades 9 to 4 (standard pass)

      ·         224 pupils i.e. 94% attained 5 or more grades 9 to 1

      ·         234 pupils i.e. 98% attained 1 or more grades 9 to 1

      ·         56 pupils i.e. 24% attained at least one grade 8 or higher

      ·         10 pupils i.e. 4% attained 5 or more grades at 8 or higher

      ·         264 results i.e. 13.4% attained are at grades 9 to 7, equivalent to grades A* to A

      WA    5 at grade 9; 1 at grade 8.5; 1 at grade 8
      BB     3 at grade 9; 1 at grade 8.5; 2 at grade 8
      RS     2 at grade 9; 4 at grade 8
      HW    1 at grade 8.5; 5 at grade 8
      GW    2 at grade 9; 4 at grade 8

       

      15 August 2019

      We are once again delighted with our Key Stage 5 results with an overall average grade of C+ which against a national average of grade C is great. We are proud of the achievements of all our pupils and as always there are some stunning individual results at A Level and at Applied General.

      The most important outcome is that our pupils have once again achieved successfully to progress to the next level in their aspirations to go to their university of choice to study on specialist degree courses, apprenticeship degree courses and employment and training. We wish them all every success in the future.

  • Community

    • Good community links add relevance and interest to students’ work. We have strong business links and work closely with voluntary groups, our local primary schools and other organisations. Our growing partnership with local providers is a real strength.

      We are keen to be ‘community partners’. Students and staff are active members of local focus groups and attend local forums. As the lead secondary school within the Shipley Achieving Success (SAS) partnership we are proactive in our support with young people and their families. Our Extended School provision is wide ranging and offers opportunities to engage in after school and holiday clubs together with a wide range of workshops.

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  • Vacancies

    • We are an 11-18 mixed comprehensive school that is extremely popular and oversubscribed.  We moved into our new school building in September 2008 and have outstanding facilities and a state of the art learning environment.

      We are proud of our comprehensive school principles and our daily work is centred on four key values; summarised as together we can make a difference; resilient to change; ambitious to excel and caring for the lives of individuals. We are a school with great aspirations; proud of our history and heritage, yet always looking to the future – celebrating student well-being, high academic standards and achievement for all. Success at school is the result of students, parents/carers and teachers working together.

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Address

Higher Coach Road 
Baildon 
West Yorkshire 
BD17 5RH 
United Kingdom

Email

enquiries@titussaltschool.co.uk

Telephone

01274 258969

Fax

01274 258970

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