“Tor Bridge Students Observe the Astronomical Event of theDecade”
On Friday 20th March Plymouth experienced the biggest Astronomical event of the century so far, a partial Solar Eclipse. During the event nearly 90% of the Sun was blocked by the Moon’s transit and Plymouth was lucky enough to enjoy some of the best viewing conditions in the country. Most students at Tor Bridge managed to observe the effects of the eclipse during the morning but a lucky few including our team of GCSE Astronomers and our A-Level Science students were able to spend the morning making direct observations from the schools Astronomy shed based in the Science garden. See the March News page for full story
As a Parent and Supporters Association (SPOT) aims to raise money to support a variety of events that enhance Student life at Tor Bridge High. We are currently looking for volunteers to dedicate a little or a lot of time to help us in this. If you feel that you are able to help us in any way no matter how little or large the amount of time you can contribute, please contact email@example.com . Many Thanks From SPOT
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