About Us

“Stronger together, creating better futures.”
Recognising, nurturing and celebrating the uniqueness of individuals;
enabling them to be the best they can at all times.
Ambitious Collaborative Courageous Aspirational Inclusive



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School and College Performance Tables

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Our Prospectus 2022


Exam Results 2020/21

Key Stage 4 Results 2020

In 2020 we were devastated by the cancellation of exams and the that we are unable to have data that validates the continuing improvements which happened as a result of our new approaches. We are certain that we would have been positive in terms of progress and we are still confident that despite the disruption caused by COVID19 that the trajectory of improvement will continue if exams are able to happen and disruption beyond our capacity to control is avoided. A crucial factor is that we were able to support the vast majority of our students at the end of KS4 into positive next stage the percentage being 98%

Destination Numbers Percentage
TBH 106 52%
Apprenticeships 14 6.96
FE College 69 34%
Other school 8 4%
NEET 4 2%

Key Stage 5 (16-19) Results 2021

As with Key Stage 4 due to the cancellation of all exams in light of the COVID 19 pandemic all student results were based on Teacher Assessed Grades. As such these are unable to be published or used in any comparative way. However, the system employed by the school was externally verified as being robust and rigorous and was shared across the region.
In terms of destinations (the percentage of students who continue to further education, training or employment at the end of 16-19 study) the total positive destinations for year 13 leavers was 99%

  Destination Percentage



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Level 3


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Student ‘retention’ (the percentage of students who got to the end of their study programme) was 96%

Pupil Premium

16-19 Tuition Fund statement of use

Following receipt of this fund Tor Bridge High:

  • Have recruited a study support advisor who is completing dedicated catch up and study support work with Post 16 students who have scored below a 5 at GCSE in a range of subjects, including English and Maths
  • Study support advisor is completing small group and one to one subject specific intervention
  • Additional support is in place through extraction and online opportunities for students who study Maths and English who have not achieved a grade 4 or 5
  • After school additional catch up opportunities are being provided for all students who have not achieved a grade 5 in subjects at GCSE from 3-4.30 pm

Our Partnership Organisations

Partnership Organisations


Plymouth Marjon

Open University

Plymouth University 

Plymouth University is one of the UK's prominent and dynamic universities with an educational history dating back to 1862.
The Soundhouse is recognised as one of the most successful community music organisations in the country, a unique collaboration involving mainstream education, youth arts, disability music initiatives, the commercial music sector and the wider community. The project involves over 300 people each week in a range of workshops, rehearsals, performances and accredited training.
Lipson Community College
A secondary school based in Plymouth, whose sixth form is linked with Tor Bridge
Education Endowment Foundation
Challenging educational disadvantage, sharing evidence, finding out what works. (certificate)