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Donate to school for FREE

Donate to school for FREE


Did you know that you can support Tottington High School by shopping online?

Every time you shop online via easyfundraising at one of the 3,300 retailers including John Lewis, Aviva, Sainsbury’s and, a donation will be made to Tottington High School, and it won’t cost you a penny extra.

It’s really simple to get started:

  1. Go to the Friends of Tottington High School EasyFunding page
  2. Sign up for free
  3. Get shopping – your donations will be collected by easyfundraising and automatically sent to Tottington High School. It couldn’t be easier!

There are no catches or hidden charges and the school will be really grateful for your donations.

These are just a few of the many online stores you can use to buy and donate through the Easy Fundraising service

Thank you for your support.

by Jan 22, 2018 No Comments
Ebonnie’s Fundraising Glitter Ball

Ebonnie’s Fundraising Glitter Ball


Ebonnie in 7E was in The Bury Times last week as she has been chosen to be a finalist in Junior Miss Galaxy representing Manchester. As part of Ebonnie’s role as a Galaxy girl she is required to organise and participate in fundraising events.

She has chosen The Christie Hospital, Manchester, which provides treatment and support for people living with cancer. With her mum’s help, Ebonnie has managed to gain support from her local community which has landed them with a venue, cakes, buffet, DJ – the list goes on.

Ebonnie has organised a Glitter Ball at Radcliffe Borough for children aged 11-16 years. This event has been approved by The Christie Manchester. 100% of the profit from the event will be donated to the Christie charity.

Further information can be found in the advert below:

by Oct 12, 2017 No Comments
Sponsored Walk

Sponsored Walk


We would like to introduce you to a new House event which we hope will become an annual fixture in our calendar. The House Sponsored Walk will be the main event raising money for school projects and our school’s nominated local, national and international charities. The House which raises the most sponsorship will win the House Charity Shield.

The walk will take place on Thursday 13th July, starting and finishing at school. Students should register as normal at 8.45. The students, supported and marshalled by members of staff, will follow a ‘figure of 8’ route with an opportunity for a toilet break at school before completing the second leg of the walk which will include a lunch break – further details of the route and checkpoints will be published nearer to the event.

Students are expected back in school from 2.00pm onwards. When pupils return to school a member of staff will sign their sponsor form to say they have completed the walk and when all forms have been signed for a Tutor group, students will be allowed to return home. However if any pupil needs to remain in school, arrangements will be made to look after them until 3.15pm.

As for all of our non-uniform days make-up and jewellery rules will be ‘relaxed’ but we insist on ‘sensible’ amounts of both and would encourage students to be ‘sensibly dressed’ to meet the demands of the day. Tops must not reveal midriffs or shoulders and should not be ‘low-cut’. Hair rules apply at all times. Any student we feel is not following these guidelines will not be allowed to walk and will be kept in school until 3.15pm. Under the circumstances we would appreciate your support in reinforcing this point to your child.

A sponsor form is included with this letter and I would be grateful if you could help and support your child in collecting sponsorship over the next few weeks.

If your child is medically unable to do the walk please contact the school with details. Your child must still come into school on the day of the walk to help out until everyone has completed the walk.

A letter containing more details will be sent home nearer the event.

Yours faithfully
I Tandy (House Co-ordinator)
A. Rashud (Assistant Head Teacher)

Download this letter


Download sponsor form

Sponsor Form

by Jun 22, 2017 No Comments



Our school community would like to thank our wider community for the support and condolences received over the recent period following the passing away of one of our students, Olivia Campbell-Hardy. This has meant a great deal to our students, staff, governors and families.

We have now removed the floral tributes in readiness for our return to school and these flowers will be scattered on our school garden. Any plants which had been placed will be planted on our school grounds.

Once again a thank you from all at Tottington High School.

Mr. B. Duffy

by Jun 4, 2017 No Comments
Photos from Reds4Veds Day 2017

Photos from Reds4Veds Day 2017


On Friday 12th May 2017, we held our first ever Reds4Veds Day. The event was organised in support of Annabelle’s Challenge, a charity set up to raise awareness, support patients and families affected by vascular EDS and to encourage the medical profession to progress further with research into finding a cure.

The Mayor of Bury visited the school to support the event and the charity’s mascot came to school to see the students and help raise the profile of the charity.

by May 15, 2017 No Comments