Proud Awards: This Weeks Top Ten!

Turton’s Proud Awards week 5 and the final one of the half term. We have had lots more reasons to be ‘proud’ this week. We have seen our amazing sixth form students produce a charity video for Crohns and Colitis UK in memory of Cameron Duxbury, a much loved former student. It can be viewed here: http://www.projectforawesome.com/watch?v=74WRmtt2lMA​  We love receiving the Read More …

Proud Awards: This Weeks Top Ten!

Turton’s Proud Awards week 4 and there has been a record number of nominations.  This week we have had more stories of resilience and over coming difficulties, we never tire of reading these. We have seen published poems and outstanding ‘A’ Level work, GCSE P.E. and unplugged projects, we know how busy you all are – well done all!  Please continue Read More …

Proud Awards: This Weeks Top Ten!

Turton’s Proud Awards week 3 and there has been some incredible and heartwarming nominations.   This week we have had super school work from all subjects, but also stories of commitment, resilience and kindness from our wonderful students. We have been especially encouraged to see so much work from the Year 7’s who are proving Read More …

Careers: Apprenticeships at Salford City College

    Want to find out more about apprenticeships? Join us during National Apprenticeship Week 2021 on our live virtual Q&A session and have your opportunity to ask any questions about apprenticeships.         The session will take place between 3.30pm and 4.30pm and is a drop-in session, join when convenient for you Read More …

Online Careers Event:  National Apprenticeship Show (Feb 2021)

Careers:  Virtual National Apprenticeship Show – February 2021 Just to let you know of some updates about the Virtual National Apprenticeship Show. We have over 50 exhibitors taking part and this is continually growing. We have over 10,000 attendees registered to visit. The exhibitor list is now live and can be viewed at https://nas.vfairs.com/. New exhibitors Read More …

Back to School – Transport Update

As a result of COVID 19 measures to reduce infection risk social distancing has affected transport capacity. Public transport and school services capacity limited to around 10 to 20%, which is especially problematic during the peak. We want to make it as safe as possible for students to return to school during lockdown and beyond. Read More …

Services for pupils experiencing difficulties with their mental health (Updated)

Helplines and services available Mental health Yesterday, Andy Burnham, and the new Partnership Chair, Sir Richard Leese announced a new programme of digital services and online support for mental health in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Mental health services are facing new challenges and coming under additional pressure as they try to support those already Read More …

KS4 Induction Evening: Wednesday 11th September, 5pm – 5.45pm

Dear Parent Key Stage 4 Induction Evening: Wednesday 11th September 5pm – 5.45pm, in the Arts Theatre We would like to invite parents to a Key Stage 4 Induction Evening on Wednesday 11th September 5pm – 5.45 pm, in the Arts Theatre. Year 10 is such an important year in high school and we would Read More …