Excellence Through Partnership
“We pledge, through respectful relationships, to ensure all members of our community are supported in taking responsibility for their own learning, to become ‘well-rounded’ and caring individuals, with the skills, attributes, qualifications and experiences to prepare them for their and our futures.”
Tottington High School is an 11-16 years mixed community high school positioned north of Bury, Greater Manchester, and serves approximately 900 students. We recognise the potential of all our students and provide opportunities that challenge their abilities. We endeavour to provide a high level of support, guidance and care to enable your child to achieve their potential. We truly are a school where Every Child Matters.
We love the school! Our daughter has gone from strength to strength.
– Year 9 Parent
The best thing about Totty High is that teachers really work hard for you.
– Year 9 Student
A very pleasant and well-disciplined school…extremely impressed.
– Year 7 Parent
I know I am ready to go to College but I’m really going to miss Totty High.
– Year 11 student going to college
THS Echo is Tottington High School’s online student newsletter. Its editorial team is made up of some of our students whose role it is to investigate news stories in school, collect information, write articles & publish them on the Echo website for the rest of the student body to read & keep up-to-date with what’s happening in school.
The House System
The purpose of the House system is to promote community, partnership and participation in school. The House system aims to do this by providing House members with enjoyable and competitive House events & activities. These take the form of inter-House sporting competitions, House challenges and extra-curricular visits.
As well as being concerned for everyone within the school, we at Tottington High School also like to feel that we try to help those who are less fortunate than ourselves. There is a strong tradition of help and concern for the elderly in the community. Each year the students select three main charities, to which the vast majority of fundraising goes.