Parent & Pupil Info

Ms Sharon Kennedy has joined Titus Salt School as our Higher Education Officer. She is funded as part of the National Collaborative Outreach Programme (NCOP), which aims to support young people in England to progress into higher education (HE).

The programme consists of 29 consortia undertaking outreach activity in geographical areas where the HE participation of young people is both low overall and much lower than expected based on GCSE-level attainment. Our local consortium is Go Higher West Yorkshire.

To view the menu for Innovate click here (starts September 2019)

Allergen Customer Notice

Innovate menus run on a 3 week rota and will remain the same during that term. Menus are changed every term, for example a new menu will be available after the Easter holidays.

Welcome to Titus Salt School's Mental Health and Wellbeing.

Outdoor Education forms an important part of life at Titus Salt School and includes activities completed both in school time and after in a range of groups and clubs. Here is a brief taste of some of the activities.

Communicating with parents and carers is an important part of what we do; making sure you get the correct information about activities, events and things that really matter is something we care about. We want to provide a solution that enables parents/carers to benefit from a simpler and more accessible two-way process of communicating.

We are very proud of our pupils' achievements and enjoy being able to celebrate their successes.

Pinch of Salt is a full colour magazine that is published once a year.

Pupils use the planner to log homework, special events, sports fixtures etc. It allows you to monitor your child's work on a regular basis and lets you communicate with school. It also enables staff to report incidents of concern or praise.

Here are some helpful information sheets that will help you log into the school network from home.

Remote Desktop & RemoteApps 1

Remote Desktop & RemoteApps in Windows 10

If you require further assistance please contact our IT department 

Special Educational Needs

The school works to promote the inclusion of all pupils with Special Educational Needs & Disability (SEND) through its policies and practice. We seek to make provision for pupils with a range of SEND and, by providing help and support, encourage these pupils to make progress and achieve success. Wherever possible, pupils with SEND are integrated with other pupils. The school’s SEN policy and offer is available to view.