Pupil Achievements

Four GCSE Chemistry students have beaten off stiff competition to take part in a prestigious three day chemistry placement at selected Russell Group Universities. The Salter’s Institute camp programme will enable Olivia Ryan and Emily Brown to join the University of Cambridge and Holly Buchan and Devon Rhodes to attend the University of Manchester for intensive tuition in a university Chemistry department where they will work with expert teachers and university based chemists on intellectually challenging practical activities.

Molly Hattersley, Year 9 is starring in the acclaimed adaption of the romantic ballet – Giselle at St Georges Hall. Molly along with other gifted dancers from around the region will be performing with a cast of the finest professional principal dancers from London and around the world.

Molly auditioned for the chance to perform in the Downton Abbey style story in March and has been attending rehearsals ever since for the up and coming performance on Friday 5 June and Saturday 6 June.

Rhea Southcott is now ranked UK’s no 1 U15 girl’s Pentathlete. Rhea, a student at Titus Salt School is celebrating after taking Gold at the England Athletics Championship on Sunday 15 March 2015. The 13 year old athlete also broke some long standing U15 records held by Jessica Ennis-Hill and Katarina Johnson Thompson, what a fantastic achievement, well done Rhea.

Titus Salt School is delighted to have been invited to work in partnership with the national Little Free Libraries charity to develop community literacy. This exciting innovation is one part of our commitment to develop literacy in school and across our locality.

Our school applied successfully to receive 200 books that could be placed in a range of community settings to promote reading.

Lois Brook and Olivia Chadwick have been singled out for recognition for their exceptional artwork. Every year artwork is selected by Bradford Council to showcase our students’ diversity and skill.

The girls were invited to display their work at Future House and were delighted when Council representatives Michael Jamieson, Strategic Director Children's Services, Councillor Ralph Berry and members of the art world selected their work amongst