Tottington High SchoolCommunity Links
Again there is a strong tradition of help and concern for the elderly in the community. At Christmas, the prefects raise money and collect items of food etc. and make up Christmas hampers to be distributed to the elderly who live in the Tottington area.
Each year the student body selects three main charities, one international, one national and one local. The vast majority of fundraising go to these charities. Other charities that have been helped include the Royal National Institute for the Blind, MacMillan Nurses, Rainbow Trust, Dr. Barnado’s, Guide Dogs for the Blind, Greenmount Wild Bird Hospital, Save the Children, Oxfam, Age Concern, Bury Hospice, Peel Lions, N.S.P.C.C. and U.N.I.C.E.F., Operation Christmas Child Shoe Box Appeal and Derian House Children’s Charity.
Our Community links also extend across the globe, and our work in this area was recognised in July 2010, when we received International Schools Award Status, a very prestigious award. The school orchestra and choir give their services to the community and have played at local church events and homes for the elderly. Students also go into the community to give practical help to the elderly and disabled.
Competitions are held in Spoken English, Music and Dance. These engender great enthusiasm among the students who are called upon to show initiative and enterprise in preparing for the competitions.
We have established a reputation for public speaking having achieved success in inter-school competitions for our team of speakers.
Thank you to everyone who donated to our Porch Boxes collection. Your contribution will help many people in need this Christmas. A big thank you to our student voice team for planning, organising, and coordinating this.
As part of our Transition offer, Ms Parnell is delivering a number of art lessons to some of our primary links in the community, the first being Christ Church Walshaw. The topic is based on the Manchester Bee. The focus of today's session was drawing and recording...
A massive thank you to all our amazing students and staff who donated to The Hygiene Bank and Porch Boxes at Tottington Community Library to help challenge hygiene poverty in our local area.
Tottington High School collects a lot of data and information about our pupils so that we can run effectively as a school. This privacy notice explains how and why we collect pupils’ data, what we do with it and what rights parents and pupils have. Tottington High School is an academy within the Shaw Education Trust (“the Trust”), a multi academy trust with 10 academies. The Trust is a charitable company limited by guarantee (registration number 09067175) whose registered office is Shaw Education Trust Head Office, Kidsgrove Secondary School, Gloucester Road, Kidsgrove. ST7 4DL. The Trust is the Data Controller for all the academies within the Trust. The Data Protection Officer for the Trust is Natalie Kennedy: firstname.lastname@example.org