We now have a Twitter page which we will use to post student and parent news in addition to all our usual platforms. So get involved by following us @TottingtonHigh
Shopping at your local Co-op can help raise money for our school.
The Friends of Tottington High School (FROTHS) is a group of staff and parents who raise money throughout the year which is spent on improving the school. FROTHS has been chosen by the Co-op to benefit from the Co-op Local Community Fund from now until October 2018.
How can you help?
As a Co-op member every time you spend on selected own-brand products and services, 1% of what you spend goes to the Co-op Local Community Fund. At the end of October next year, the fund then pays out and FROTHS will receive their share of the total raised by the fund.
Find out more here: www.coop.co.uk/membership
Peel Lions, a Ramsbottom and Tottington-based charity which raises funds for local causes, has very kindly donated a second defibrillator to Tottington High School for use in the PE Department as well as our outlying buildings.
A defibrillator is a device that gives a high energy electric shock to the heart through the chest wall to someone who is in cardiac arrest. This high energy shock is called defibrillation, and it’s an essential life saving step in the chain of survival. The sooner a defibrillator is used, the better the chance of survival.
With two defibrillators onsite, means that we can respond more quickly to anybody who needs it. Pictured below is Mr Jimmy Hill, President of Bury Lions, presenting the defibrillator to Mrs Pollitt, Tottington High School’s Designated First Aid Personnel Officer.
Dear Students & Parents/Carers
I am currently trialling the @TottingtonPE Twitter account to enable us to pass on information to you about training, matches and other information. Please follow it and I will update the weekly schedule for you as to ensure both you and the teams are aware of what’s going on.
This is an information only account, so please do not try to post any comments yourself.
Mr Faulkner (Head of PE)
Last week we published a story (taken from the Bury Times) of one of our Year 7 pupils, Harley Watson, who bought treats for the police to say ‘thank you’ for their response to the Manchester terror attack. Due to this lovely gesture, Harvey has been entered into the ‘Our Caring Hero’ section of the Pride Of Bury Awards 2017. We would just love for Harley to win this award. So please Vote:Harley by clicking the link below and register your vote.
A change will be made to Service 886 as from Monday 30th October 2017. The service’s morning journey will start at Radcliffe Rd/Manchester Rd (Near Derby High School) at 0730 and then will operate the current route and timetable to school.
For more information and other bus timetables, please visit our Transport page