Pupil Achievements

Paige Morley, Year 8, claimed first place on Beam and joint first on Bars at local gymnastics competition, Level 7 Yorkshire. Paige started gymnastics as a very active youngster at the age of nine at Astre Academy.

The coaches saw potential from the very beginning. Paige’s skills, strength, flexibility and co-ordination were noted as she continued to attend the two training sessions per week. Paige is now competing in local competitions and continues to progress and develop her skillset. 

Amy Illingworth, Year 11, won a major award at the ‘One in a Million’ STARS Award ceremony which took place at Bradford Grammar School. The main award of the evening went to Amy for her great attitude, behaviour and enthusiasm whilst undertaking over 300 hours of volunteering. Amy volunteers twice a week, running a youth club for children aged 5-12.

Article written by Jen Holland and Jack Alderslade.

After a little bit of a delay we got our Rocket Seeds on Monday 18th April and our Rocket Science team which includes 2, Year 12, 1, Year 10, 2, Year 9 and 3, Year 8 students, planted 200 seeds. We had 100 red and 100 blue and we have no idea which has spent time in space and which has stayed on earth.

A number of our students wowed the audience with a range of dance performances at St George’s Hall School Proms. The talented dancers produced three pieces, including KS3 Hip-Hop Mash Up, KS4 Contemporary Dance, entitled ‘Fallen Angel’ and a KS5 Urban Dance ensemble performance. It was immediately apparent how much time, effort and careful consideration had gone into the dances. One member of the audience said: “The Fallen Angel piece in particular was exemplary- it was a mesmerising performance.”

Several Sixth Form students volunteered to take part in the BIG Cookathon this year to help promote nutritious cooking within school. The event took place after school with our very own Bake Off star Sandy Docherty on hand to assist the contestants. On the menu was the traditional and delicious Cottage Pie which is great for families to cook and enjoy together.

Help for Heroes is encouraging people to get baking and to raise money for our heroes. With aprons on and armed with piping bags, whisks and plenty of chocolate, seven military veterans teamed up with TSS students in a Bake Off Style competition putting their baking and decorating skills to the test. The participating veterans, who are all receiving support from charity, Help for Heroes received top tips from our very own Ms Docherty as they created show-stopper cakes. The event which was held in school launched the charity’s Bake for Heroes campaign which runs from 16 April to 2 May across the country.

BBC News School Report gives our students the chance to make their own news reports for a real audience.

With support from BBC staff and partners, teachers help students develop their journalistic skills to become School Reporters.

Our students have been busy sourcing and preparing news stories and creating video interviews based on real current news.

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Katy Halfyard and Rukkayah Robun, both Year 12 students, are celebrating achieving the highest Arts Award – Gold!

Taking on the challenge in their own time was a huge undertaking, and was a voluntary addition to a collaborative project, designed to showcase over 100 years of Bradford’s rich film heritage, with Bradford UNESCO City of Film and Heritage Lottery Funding.

Article from the Bradford Telegraph & Argus published 29.2.16

A NEW report shows that a Baildon School has improved in the two years since inspectors concluded it 'required improvement'.

Ofsted inspectors visited Titus Salt School last month, and have now released a report describing the school as 'good' in every category.

Climbing club took a team of twelve climbers to the Bradford Schools Climbing competition at Appleton Academy last Friday and ran out winners.  The team was made up of students from Year 7 and 8.  Climbing on a wall that was brand new to them, the climbers had to complete as many routes as possible in the allotted time, being scored on each climb.  The points for the whole team were then added together so everyone played their part.  It was a great day and a fantastic opportunity for the students to show their climbing and belaying skills.     

This week is the first ever TSS Philosophy Week. Members of SPI (Salts Philosophical Institute), who meet in Ms Bennett’s room in HU07 on Tuesday lunchtimes, are presenting this week’s assembly to inform our students about what Philosophy is and why it is important to think deeply and critically about life, reality and meaning. Some of our students have received cryptic letters inspired by the bestselling philosophy based novel Sophie’s World inviting them to attend SPI’s next session. We also have a treasure hunt style philosophy quiz which all students in Year 7 to 11 may enter for a chance to win prizes.

You all know the story, the rags-to-riches journey of 11-year-old orphan Annie, one which takes her to the top with her sugar-sweet, positive outlook on life. After months of rehearsals February 9th saw our first performance and wow, what a show!

Jenny Browne, Year 7, was terrific in the title role. She was on stage practically the whole show, striking the right balance between tough orphan, bruised by the hard knocks of her young life, and a sweet, loving little girl.

Dylan Thornton, Owen Winter and Matthew De Garis, Year 7; Dylan Ball, Year 8; Summer McAllister, Year 10 and Hayden Peers, Year 11 all qualified to represent their home city after qualifying at the Bradford Schools Cross Country Championship.

Conditions were tough, continual rain had made the course a mud bath but our students weren’t put off; remaining focused and full of determination to put on a valiant show.

Raza Hussain, Year 8, entered the Mother Tongue Other Tongue Poster Competition and was chosen as one of the winners for Key Stage 3.

Raza said: “I’d finished my Spanish work ahead of some so I was asked by Miss Milnes if I wanted to design a poster for the Mother Tongue Other Tongue Competition. I’m so happy I took part; winning is great and my prize was brilliant. I’m going to enjoy using my art set in particular”

Students are preparing to become space biologists and embark on a voyage of discovery by growing seeds that have been into space.

In September, 2kg of rocket seeds were flown to the International Space Station (ISS) on Soyuz 44S where they will spend several months in microgravity before returning to Earth in March 2016. The seeds have been sent as part of Rocket Science, an educational project launched by the RHS Campaign for School Gardening and the UK Space Agency.