At TSS we are passionate about STEM and want to encourage and support any pupils that consider a STEM career beyond secondary school education. As part of the “E is for Engineering” University STEM outreach project run by Leeds University, TSS is working collaboratively to help develop this project in the hope to see more girls consider STEM at university level as well as employment. The aim of the project is to educate pupils on STEM careers, giving them different opportunities within STEM during their secondary school life, from Year 7 through to Year 13.

To introduce the outreach programme, we invited Natalie Duffield-Moore, the Educational Engagement Lead Officer (STEM) from Leeds University into school, where she delivered an insightful presentation to many of our Year 7 girls. What is engineering? Why is mathematics so important in engineering? These were just a few of the questions Natalie put to the pupils, which she followed up with comprehensive answers.

The pupils also took part in some interesting workshops to get the girls thinking about what attributes an engineer needs and the different roles within engineering. Natalie showcased some of the successful women in engineering such as Marissa Mayer, Mae Jemison, Rachel Skinner and Margaret Hamilton.

Following Natalie’s presentation in October, the pupils took a trip to Leeds University in December to take part in an array of activities and workshops within the Engineering faculty, the day included practical challenges, talks from leading engineers and women in STEM as well as a tour of the university.

Opportunities like these give the pupils a feel for what’s on offer within STEM and will help them with their choices when considering STEM subjects at GCSE, A Level or into further education. Alongside this outreach programme we also work closely with local engineering companies and other universities to help pupils understand the STEM sector and the exciting opportunities that a further education in STEM could create.

  • Covid-19 Response

    • School Closure

      Update Covid-19 Coronavirus

      Message from Headteacher. Letter sent home via ParentMail 2 July 2020 Click here  

      Other letters sent home can be found in the letters section

      School Closure

      During our school closure teaching and learning is being made available to pupils through Microsoft Teams.

      You can access Microsoft Teams here and your school email here

      Log in to both with your school email address eg. and normal school network password

      You can also access Microsoft Teams via dedicated apps on your computer, your phone or tablet for more information click here

      All members of Titus Salt School are entitled to download Microsoft Office 365 for use at home. Click here for details of how to download your copy.

      In order to maintain access to critical school systems for staff members, the standard Remote Access service will be unavailable to pupils for the duration of the closure. All Teaching & Learning materials required for pupils to study, will be made available via Microsoft Teams.

      If you have any difficulty please email and we will respond as soon as possible.

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  • 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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