Do you want to improve your public speaking, communication and confidence? Get life skill that will help you when going to university and job interviews?
Northern Talent are offering acting classes in Saltaire (16+ year old)
The One in a MillionStreetwise football project has been running for over 5 years at Titus Salt School. The project uses football as a vehicle to encourage young people to take part in a project which gets them off the street and also educates them around pressing social issues - their current project is themed 'Football Hooliganism - Promoting Responsible Citizens!'
Airedale Hockey Club Open Evening Thursday 19th January 2017 7-8.30pm at Titus Salt School
BBC One prime time series‘Eat Well For Less?’ are currently in production with a brand new series of the show. They are currently on the lookout for fun and lively families who would love to save some money on their weekly shop and eat more healthily.
The show follows Masterchef’s Gregg Wallace & award winning greengrocer Chris Bavin on a mission to prove that it is possible for families to save money on their food budget without scrimping on taste and nutrition. They hope that by analysing the shopping habits of UK families, they can help to show where we can source the best and cheapest quality food. Click here to view flyer
Shipley Hamm Exchange club, click here to view letter
Basketball Club for under 13's click here to view flyer
North Bradford Music Centre click here to view flyer
Could you be a volunteer for Schools Admissions Appeals Panel?
Parents have the right to express a preference for the school they would like their child to attend. If a place at that school cannot be offered, parents then have the right to appeal to an Independent Appeal Panel. A School Admissions Appeals Panel hears such appeals.
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NLTSA - AQA In School Training Programme - English KS 3&4
AQA Key Stage 3 & 4 English - Head of English: Evaluation, progression and future planning
- Get the skills to evaluate a department and lead it successfully
- Learn how best to monitor progression and how to use data effectively
- Get equipped to lead through Ofsted and future challenges
- Understand what inspirational leaders do
We offer our school for hire to the local community, including our sports hall, climbing wall and all weather pitch.
Please contact Mrs Devine for information.
Telephone: 01274 258969 ex 187
Students from Dance, Drama and Art performed and exhibited at this year’s hugely popular rivers and canal themed Shipley Street Arts festival. Following our successful collaboration with the festival last year, the organisers approached us with the offer of providing workshops with professionals to produce performances and art work for the much bigger event this year.
Drawing inspiration from the natural beauty of the River Aire, the historical significance of the canal, as well as the emotional reactions of students to the outdoor performance space, Titus Salt dramatists created a Physical Theatre performance entitled 'Waterways'. Students decided upon the title for the piece based on a discussion of the movement of water; the freedom of natural water sources in contrast with humans' need to restrict and manipulate water; as well as water as a mode of transportation. Each of these themes were explored in the performance.
Year 7 and 8 Street Dance Club students performed The Water Dance, a Hip-Hop/ Street dance, based on the theme of water, promoting the characteristics of water through changing formations, dynamics and group relationships. It is a funky and energetic piece, in which the dancers from Titus Salt took the lead in choreographing their own ideas and collating these within their final performance, which took place beside the canal in Shipley.
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Literacy & Sculpture Project with Haworth based Sculptor, Craig Dyson
A lucky group of Year 9 Art students have designed and made their own sculpture, taking part in a week long masterclass project with Craig Dyson, a local sculptor who exhibits and sells his work both in the UK and abroad.
Inspiration for their sculpture came from a visit to the Yorkshire Sculpture Park to see the weird and wonderful work of Dennis Oppenheim, who creates ‘trees’ from found objects such as sinks, toilets, and washing machines. Enthused by Oppenheim’s integration of a hidden message in his work, our Year 9’s created their own ‘tree’ from aluminium, steel and copper, to represent their interpretation of the way man is destroying nature.
The students worked at Craig’s workshop in Haworth, with all his resources, equipment and tools at their disposal. Craig was extremely impressed with the end product, and complemented the students on their creative ideas, motivation and skills.
The project combined a number of creative writing workshops with the practical work, designed to develop literacy skills. Miss Metcalfe and Mrs Graham encouraged the students to think and write creatively about the sculptures at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and later about their own finished piece of work.
Local parents and their young children in Roberts Park were amazed and impressed by the creativity of our Year 8 Performing Arts students when they painted the ‘Graffiti’ wall in the children’s play area. Tag designs created in lessons inspired their work, which took three days to complete. Learning new art skills and being challenged to extend their learning by taking it from their books in the classroom to paint a real wall gave the students an exciting and rewarding experience.
Zara Malik spoke for everyone when she said ‘I would like to do more of this again, it’s fun! We made more stencils and learned how to use spray paint’. Mel Smith, Roberts Park Manager, collaborated with us and was happy to support the work of the students by preparing and coating the wall with masonry paint before they started.
Good community links add relevance and interest to students’ work. We have strong business links and work closely with voluntary groups, our local primary schools and other organisations. Our growing partnership with local providers is a real strength.
We are keen to be ‘community partners’. Students and staff are active members of local focus groups and attend local forums. As the lead secondary school within the Shipley Achieving Success (SAS) partnership we are proactive in our support with young people and their families. Our Extended School provision is wide ranging and offers opportunities to engage in after school and holiday clubs together with a wide range of workshops.