Year 11 Leavers’ Rules

Year 11 Leavers’ Rules

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The information below has been reiterated to Year 11 students this week. This is for reference and just in case clarification is needed:


The uniform expectations for exams remain the same. Students must have either a school sweater or blazer. Your new hoodie is not a replacement for that but you may wear the hoodie in school over your sweater or blazer.

Attendance in school:

As instructed on several occasions and in a letter, attendance to exams, revision sessions and lessons in subjects not yet examined is compulsory. Exceptions to this are only permitted by senior staff. Some individuals are on an alternative timetable which has been individually arranged. Failure to follow this attendance instruction will result in being withdrawn from the Prom as has been communicated to you all.

Signing In:

Students must sign in and out of the main office at all times except for the days when they are attending exams as a register is taken in the exam room. This is especially important on days when students are leaving to return later in the day.

 Private Study in school:

Students who want to remain in school to complete private study during the periods when the subject lesson has been examined or it is not an examined subject (games, cwl, careers) may report to the Library where they can complete silent personal revision. This will be supervised by Mrs Moore and a subject teacher. If students do not comply with personal silent study they will be asked to leave and will have to leave the site and return for any scheduled exams/lessons/revision sessions later in the day.

If you are signing out to return later, possibly going into the village or nearby areas, please ensure you continue with the respectful good behaviour that we expect.

Shirt Signing:

It is a tradition to bring in shirts to sign for each other and that can take placeafter the Chemistry revision session on 13th June (pd3) at lunchtime. Not before please. For those who will be in Mrs Ashburner’s History pd5 and Mr Jackson’s RM pd5, please bring a clean shirt to wear.

For all other students you will be leaving at lunch but if staying to study, a clean shirt must be brought.


Attendance and conduct throughout the exams so far has been great and we are confident it will continue. Please ensure you turn up for all revision sessions and relevant lessons. Staff will be expecting you.

by Jun 6, 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
Term Dates 2017-18 Announced

Term Dates 2017-18 Announced

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We are pleased to announce the term dates for the next academic year 2017-18. They are as follows:

Autumn Term

School opens Tuesday 5th September 2017

October Half-Term
School closes Thursday 19th October 2017
School opens Monday 30th October 2017

Occasional Day
School closes Friday 24th November 2017
School opens Tuesday 28th November 2017

School closes Friday 22nd December 2017 (at 1.10pm)

Spring Term

School opens Monday 8th January 2018

February Half-Term
School closes Friday 16th February 2018
School opens Monday 26th February 2018

School closes Thursday 29th March 2018

Summer Term

School opens Monday 16th April 2018

May Day
School closes Friday 4th May 2018
School opens Tuesday 8th May 2018

Spring Bank Holiday
School closes Friday 25th May 2018
School opens Monday 4th June 2018

School Closes Friday 20th July 2018 (at 1.10pm)

by Jan 31, 2017 No Comments
Get Revising

Get Revising

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by Jan 13, 2017 No Comments