Parent & Pupil Info

Our Parent Planner 2021-2022 is designed to provide you with information about some of our school systems and to help you and your child to get the most out of their time at Titus Salt School. By working together we can ensure a successful and happy progression for your child.

Timings of the school day

 

Dear Parent/Carer

You will soon be faced with the difficult task of choosing the right secondary school for your child. This is an important decision which requires careful thought because so much of your child’s future will be affected by the education they receive over the next few years.

Hello Year 6s!

Welcome to Titus Salt School! I hope you’re all keeping safe and staying healthy. This isn’t quite the introduction and welcome that we had hoped for, we are however, demonstrating some of our school’s key values, Resilience and persevere, Together we will get through these uncertain times. This page is to help you begin the transition process and ensure you get all the updates for September. We have lots of things planned to welcome you into our community.

Wearing the correct uniform is an essential part of being prepared for work at school. We need your support to ensure that your child is always properly dressed for the working day. Wearing uniform is not an option; it is a clear expectation of all who are part of the Titus Salt Community. 

School holidays at a glance.

This includes staff training days.

14-16 Options Choices Booklet 2021

The purpose of this booklet is to help you think about the subjects you want to study in Years 10 and 11. Through discussions with your parents/carers, subject teachers and Form Tutor you need to decide on subjects that will suit you. It is also important to keep your options open for further study beyond age 16 and for your career progression routes.

Year 9 Options Pupil Presentation presented by Mr Foster, Deputy Headteacher.

Titus Salt School is a very popular choice for families and since 1990 we have been oversubscribed.

High Attendance means High Achievement

Aim for your child to be in school at least 96% of the time.
Pupils with more than 96% attendance gain the best results at GCSE, BTEC and AS/A2 Level. Therefore, being in lessons means pupils will achieve success.

Helen Mountain is the Connexions Careers Adviser linked to Titus Salt school. She can offer careers advice to all pupils. She is currently working with Year 11, 12 and 13 pupils, offering advice on their next steps including sixth form, college and apprenticeships, helping them with their career decisions and applications. Her working days are Monday and Tuesday and she can be contacted via email:- helen.mountain@prospects.co.uk or telephone 07783808561

With social media being the go to network for everyone, it is important that we take all precautions in protecting our online safety. Below you will find checklists for the most popular social media sites we access on a day to day basis. These checklists provide you with guidance on how to ensure your social media sites have been set up safely.

We encourage pupils to cycle to Titus Salt School as it is a sustainable means of transport that promotes independence and a healthy lifestyle. There is a large, covered cycle store between the Astro and the Fitness Suite that is covered by CCTV and is locked during school hours. The pupils will however still need to lock their bikes up and we recommend that they do this with a D-lock attaching the frame to the rack.

Support for Pupils with Complex Learning Needs

Additional Provision

We are in our thirteenth year of providing increased support for pupils with Complex Learning Needs. Titus Salt School was selected as the first secondary school in Bradford to provide Designated Specialist Provision (DSP) to enable the successful inclusion of an increased range of pupils with complex learning difficulties in a mainstream school.

Summer Series 2020-21

Assessment Policy

Appeals Policy

Student Appeals Guide - what to do if you think there is an error in your grading

Student Guide Handout - what to do if you think there is an error in your grading

A guide to all our morning, lunch and after school clubs and activities

Click here  (Updated 21.09.21)