Tor Bridge High
Recognising, nurturing and celebrating the uniqueness of individuals; enabling them to be the best they can at all times.
We are an extremely ambitious team; the design and operational purpose of Tor Bridge is to give learners of all ages in all four schools access to all of the facilities on site. Our motto is: stronger together, creating better futures.
The prime aims of the Tor Bridge partnership are:
- To raise the aspiration in learners in order to achieve a better life outcome.
- To ensure that all learners have access to, and use the opportunities of quality learning provision personalised to their needs.
- To promote and strengthen links, tiers and relationships with the local, regional and national community in order to improve aspiration, endorse education as providing life improvement opportunities and deliver support into the community through the use of skills and physical resources.
- To maximise the opportunities for income generation of the partnership.
- To identify and explore appropriate income generation opportunities to benefit the partnership schools.
The Tor Bridge Partnership comprises four schools:
- Tor Bridge High
- Tor Bridge Primary
- Plym Bridge Nursery School and Children's Centre
- Cann Bridge School
All are are located on one campus at Estover in north-east Plymouth.
- Ofsted rating: Good See the report for the school
- Develop lively, enquiring minds, together with a willingness to ask questions
- Gain knowledge, skills and understanding appropriate to a fast-changing world, so that we may be self-reliant and adaptable
- Grow in confidence and independence and to experience the value of co-operation
- Understand the feelings of others, to respect their values and to consider thoughtfully our own attitudes, values and beliefs
- Develop an understanding of our national heritage and an appreciation for other cultures
- Achieve our true potential and take pride in achievement while taking pleasure in the achievements of others
- Interact with and take our place in the wider community
- Treat all members of the community with respect, uphold the principles of equality in terms of race, gender, disability and sexuality.
- Secondary school - 11 to 16 years
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