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People are being asked to share their views on plans to transform the way library services are delivered in Plymouth.
The Council has produced a draft Plan for Libraries that aims to modernise Plymouth’s library services over the next three years so they better meet the needs of local communities and make better use of resources. This draft plan proposes the closure of 10 libraries including Estover Community Library.
Please visit the Library and complete The Consultation questionnaire to express your concerns over the proposed closure.

KS4 and 5 Subject parent's evening February 22nd.
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Principal's Message 
 
Welcome to
Tor Bridge High!
Whilst the weather outside may not feel like summer, students at Tor Bridge High certainly know they have been through the summer exam experience!

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Tor Bridge High Ofsted report 2015  
 "Teaching is good. Teachers have high expectations and make their lessons interesting for students." 
Tor Bridge High Student has Fantastic Opportunity  
Five week British Scientific Expedition: Himalaya 2017 (On behalf of Royal Geographic Society) 

Tor Bridge High student Hannah Smallpage is embarking on an expedition to The Himalayas, right after completing her GCSEs in July. The 70 man expedition comprised of 20 doctors, and scientist leaders as well as 50 young scientist fieldworker expedition members. There will be NO access to internet, mobile phones, television or even music. There will not even be any satellite phone access given the remoteness of the region. Diet will consist of military ration packs.
Phase ONE - A mandatory training period of the various pieces of scientific and climbing equipment, and procedures, (such as abseiling, ice axe and crampons, roped teamwork on ice, and crevasse rescue, as well as Fire Allocations. The expedition is comprised of small `teams` known as `fires`. (i.e. a group that shares a communal fire at night.)
Phase TWO –Depart London to Delhi on 24th July 2017. Overnight stay at Delhi airport then onward flight to Leh in Ladakh. Transport to the road-head, then expedition will transport equipment and rations on foot to Base Camp area at 4500m.
Work will include: glacial influence on weather patterns, isotope studies in the snow, glacial ice and melt-water of the Drang Drung glacier (which provides nearly a billion people with water) as well as botanical studies of the Zanskar valley. We will also be collecting data from the 3rd highest weather station in the world, and involved in media projects in this area. The expedition then flies back to London on 29th August 2017
Hannah is seeking sponsorship to help her make this dream come true. For more information visit Hannah's Facebook Page More to follow!

 

For those of you who are unaware of ‘SPOT’, we are a group of parents, carers and staff who organise various fundraising events such as; the annual’ Summer Fair’, Quiz night, Mufti day and attending the school’s production. The money raised from these events goes towards purchasing equipment and resources to further enhance the students learning. 
The committee members would like to say a very BIG thank you for your continued support in attending our events.
Visit our school website and click on the link to the ‘Giving Machine’ when you shop online. Join up and then shop! It doesn’t cost you anything and SPOT receive a donation. For more information visit: http://www.thegivingmachine.co.uk/
Anne Frank Exhibition Visits Tor Bridge High

Students and staff were privileged to be able to host The Anne Frank Exhibition at Tor bridge High giving the opportunity to view the historical information about this aspect of the Second World War. The students found the exhibition extremely thought provoking.
Year 12 learn how to keep themselves safe. 

On Wednesday 18th January our level 3 6th form students attended a conference with our PLE partner students at Marjons. The students from all four schools, All Saints Academy, Lipson Co-operative Academy, Sir John Hunt Community Sports College and Tor Bridge High gathered together to find out more about how to ensure personal safety in our ever changing society.
Students attended key note speeches about health and nutrition, domestic violence and the dangers of radicalisation before going to the 'marketplace' where they could find out extra information regarding online safety, safe sex, mental health issues and exercise to name a few!
Students are now equipped to recognise when they might find themselves in unsafe situations and know who to contact should these issues arise. Students will now chose one area of importance to them and follow this up with wider research throughout the tutorial programmes in their own schools.
We hope that they put into practice what they have learned and manage to always stay safe.
Mrs Flaxton

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