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Elle Secures Deputy Leader Post

Elle Secures Deputy Leader Post

Student News

On the 31st January 5,655 pupils in Bury exercised their democratic right to vote. Bury Council Youth Participation Worker, Adele Crowshaw contacted the school today to officially announce that our Head Girl, Elle-Sue Calderbank was voted in as 1st Deputy Leader for Bury Youth Parliament. Other successful students in the elections were Emma Greenwood from Woodhey High School who was elected as the new Member of Youth Parliament, and Josh Harcup from Prestwich Arts College who was voted as 2nd Deputy Leader for Bury.

Elle will represent the voice of students in Bury and campaign for issues close to the hearts of our young people. Mrs McCool, Head of Year at Tottington High School said, “We are so pleased and proud of our Head Girl who has worked very hard for this opportunity and we would like to congratulate her on a fantastic achievement.”

 

by Feb 11, 2019 No Comments
New Website Section

New Website Section

Parent News

We have included a new section within our website that we will update each term. It can be found in the Parents’ Section under the heading ‘School Improvement‘ This will give some brief details of the initiatives school are working on around whole school development. We hope parents/carers will find this informative in giving a brief outline of some initiatives.

Thank you.

by Jan 30, 2019 No Comments
Students give generously to yuletide appeal

Students give generously to yuletide appeal

Parent News

What a fantastically generous bunch of students we have at Tottington High School! At this time of year when most young people are writing lengthy Christmas lists, Tottington High School students were busy tirelessly donating to those less fortunate then themselves. A short letter home and a few words of encouragement from form tutors was all that was needed to spur them into action. In less than two weeks we had boxes and bags that were overflowing with donations – which varied from essentials such as shower gel and toothpaste, to luxury items such as make up and gift sets.

Students were mindful of the weather conditions that the homeless recipients might have to face, and donated a plethora of thermal items such as socks, scarfs and gloves. They were also aware that at this time of year everybody deserves a treat! Therefore biscuits, chocolates and sweets were among the edible treats donated.

All these items were gratefully received by Mick Priestley on behalf of Time4change. This charitable organisation offer a free breakfast club each Tuesday and Wednesday morning in Bury where service users receive a hot meal and copious amounts of tea or coffee, as well as the opportunity to have a friendly chat. Ms Al-Bejawi, along with Ms Ward and two Year 11 students, Zoe and Ruby, delivered the donations to the very grateful attendees of the breakfast club on Tuesday 18th December with whom we had a brew and a chat.

Mick and all the volunteers at Time4change, along with the recipients of the donations, wanted to pass on their best wishes and thanks to Tottington High students, parents and teachers for their overwhelming generosity. I would like to second that…well done and thank you!

Ms Al-Bejawi

 

by Dec 18, 2018 No Comments