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Principal's Message 
Welcome to Tor Bridge High! 
It is an absolute privilege for me as Principal
to welcome you to our school

Inspirational Speaker for Sixth Form

Important Information 

Year 8 Girls HPV Immunisation Programme.
Consent forms have now been issued to all Year 8 girls and must be returned to school by Friday 4th  October  2013 to be included in our  programme. Click here for immunisation information and dates
Equality Statement
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The latest edition of our newsletter is available to view on the News page.

Term Dates

Term Dates can be found on the Parent's and Students page.

MMR Vaccination
Make an informed choice about the MMR vaccination, please click here for more information.

Big Bang Fair – NEC, Birmingham 

Students from Tor Bridge joined thousands of budding Scientists, Engineers and Mathematicians for the largest celebration of science and technology for young people in the UK. The Big Bang Fair aims to encourage more young people to work in these fields and perhaps even discover, or at least inspire, the next Professor Brian Cox or John Dyson.

Lessons from Auschwitz:
Tor Bridge students' emotional journey through history

 “WELCOME to Poland”, the tour guide says cheerfully. “We are now leaving Krakow on our way to Oswiecim – known by its German name of Auschwitz – formerly the site of the largest concentration and death camps in Europe during the Third Reich.” As opening gambits go, this one is hard to beat. I am joining a group of 200 sixth form students as they embark on what promises to be the school trip of a lifetime.

The Bloodhound SSC Land Speed Record Car visits Tor Bridge High 

Tor Bridge High was recently privileged enough to be visited by the new British-built, land speed record car, the Bloodhound SSC. The car is currently in production in Bristol and will make use of a solid-fuel space rocket and the engine from a Eurofighter Typhoon fighter to try and achieve a new land speed record for a car of over 1000mph.
Full Story on the March News Page

Babcock Marine Schools Apprentice Challenge 

Three of our best student engineers recently entered the Babcock apprentice challenge held at Devonport Dockyard. The competition was tough with several other local schools hoping to take home the silverware, competing in a variety of technical and practical engineering tasks working with Babcock apprentices. An inspiring and memorable day for the team involved learning about marine engineering careers and the vast world of science and technology that is used in this industry. One of the highlights of the day was a tour of the submarine HMS Courageous, which provided fantastic insight into how engineering can provide solutions to the most incredible design challenges, such as living and travelling under the seas. Pictured are engineers Dan Butler, Matt Ambrose and Rob Selley.

“Team TBR” (TBR – Tor Bridge Racing)  
Greenpower Racing offers students the chance to build and race electrically powered vehicles with competitions at regional and national level. It is well established as a great way to bring on our next generation of young engineers. Click Here to view our website

Challenge 2014 
Outdoor Adventure

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As our new school is now complete we have been working with the University of Oxford on a project called ‘Design Matters?’.  We are one of five schools taking part in the project which looks at the impact the new school design has on teachers, students and parents and the way they all engage in the education of our young people.   Various members of staff have been interviewed and the University have identified 32 students who have come to us in September from Tor Bridge Primary, Leigham Primary and Thornbury Primary.   They will be tracking these students to find out what they think about the new buildings, what works and what (if anything) could be better.  All Year 7 students have also been asked to write down how they’ve settled in to secondary school life.   For more information please visit the Design Matters website.   Just click on ‘Schools’ and Tor Bridge is School E.

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