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The EE British Academy Film Awards, which recognise the very best in film of the past year, will take place on Sunday 2 February at the Royal Albert Hall, London. The ceremony will be hosted by Graham Norton and will be broadcast exclusively on BBC One and BBC One HD in the UK and in all major territories around the world. Congratulations to Aashima, the directors and entire cast and crew of 'Azaar'! The trailer for 'Azaar' can be viewed here. 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As a result, the Under 11, 13, 16 and 19 teams will represent Tormead and The South East at the British championships in March 2020. The morning started very early with the Under 16 and Under 19 teams who both performed impressive trio routines, combined with powerful vaulting and beautifully presented floors. In the National section both the Under 16 and Under 19 teams were crowned Regional Champions and the Under 19s also secured the highest scoring trio routine. Our Development squad gymnasts entered three teams into the Regional section of the Under 16 competition and all girls had a fantastic competition where teamwork shone through. The girls came away with the team gold and a team bronze placing. In the afternoon it was the turn of our youngest age groups, the Under 11 and Under 13 gymnasts. The Under 11 team competed with confidence and determination to secure the team gold and be crowned South East Regional champions. In the Under 13 category, Tormead entered three teams of Under 13s, all of whom produced strong performances. Following in the footsteps of their preceding teammates, the Under 13 team went on to claim the South East Regional title and a team bronze, and the Under 11s picked up the highest scoring Trio routine. A  total of thirteen schools and over 200 gymnasts took part in The South East Milano Trio, providing a fabulous display of gymnastics. Tormead entered a record breaking eleven teams from both the National and Development squads. A warm congratulations to all girls! 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Emma's scholarship is being sponsored by the Tempest Consortium. The Arkwright Engineering Scholarship is awarded to the next generation of young engineers, hand-picked from from applicants across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Scholars receive financial and mentoring support through their A Level qualification years as part of a drive to inspire future leaders in engineering. This year more than 1,370 students aged between 15 and 16 years old applied, following nominations from their schools. Scholarships were awarded to 126 female students, representing 30.4% of all 2019 Arkwright scholars The scholarship programme is run by national STEM education charity, the Smallpeice Trust, which has been providing scholarships to students since 1991. Since its inception, more than 5,700 young people have passed through the scholarship programme, including award-winning BBC presenter Steph McGovern, who forged a career at Black & Decker before moving into business journalism. 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Born Free Foundation is a leading wildlife charity that works tirelessly to ensure that all wild animals, whether living in captivity or in the wild, are treated with compassion and respect and are able to live their lives according to their needs. Led by the Livingstone and MacArthur Houses, the Born Free Foundation charity day included a visit by David Bolton from the Foundation, who spoke to girls in both the Junior and Senior Schools' assemblies about how the charity opposes the exploitation of wild animals in captivity and campaigns to keep them where they belong - in the wild. He also gave a gripping Beacon talk for the Upper School and Sixth Form on the ills of trophy hunting and informed the girls of the volunteering opportunities at the Born Free Foundation. Adding to the excitement of the day, many Junior and Senior girls and staff were dressed as their favourite endangered animal. Other fund-raising activities included a Lion King flash mob dance in the atrium during lunchtime, various stalls with animal-related games, animal face painting, an art competition and sing-along screenings of The Lion King film complete with popcorn. The Born Free Foundation also ran a lunchtime stall - with its books, bags and cuddly versions of endangered animals on offer - which was particularly popular! Finally, the charity day was also supported by the The Percy Arms, Chilworth, who donated a weekend's stay with dinner as a staff raffle prize. Congratulations and well done to the entire Tormead community, who contributed to raising both funds and awareness for this deserving charity! 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In the Under 9 category, a total of twenty-four schools (125 gymnasts) from across the country competed, in both the advanced and novice sections of the competition with the aim of qualifying for the prestigious ISGA National Finals in March 2020. All five of our girls placed in the top eight individually, a remarkable achievement for such a young team - well done!
  • Under 9 Team - 1st
  • Ella (Year 4) - 1st
  • Mabel (Year 4) - 2nd
  • Tilly (Year 2) - 3rd
  • Jessica (Year 4) - 4th
  • Gracie (Year 2) - 8th
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Posted: 13th Jan 2020

BAFTA-Nominated British Short Film Features Tormead Year 7 in Lead Role

We are proud to announce that nominations for BAFTA’s EE 2020 British Film Academy Awards include British Short Film ‘Azaar‘ (Myriam Raja, Nathanael Baring), featuring Tormead Year 7 Aashima in the lead role. Aashima auditioned for the role in spring of 2018 and filming took place in the desert of Almeria, Spain that same summer....
Posted: 12th Dec 2019

Tormead Gymnasts’ Success at The South East Milano Trio

Tormead hosted the South East Milano Trio competition on Sunday 1 December, once again claiming a significant number of gleaming titles! It was a hugely successful competition for all the Tormead gymnasts across both the National and Development squads. As a result, the Under 11, 13, 16 and 19 teams will represent Tormead and The...
Posted: 9th Dec 2019

Arkwright Engineering Scholarship Awarded to Emma, Lower Sixth

Congratulations to Emma in the Lower Sixth who has been awarded a coveted Arkwright Engineering Scholarship and is the sixth Tormead pupil to win this prestigious national award in the past four years. Emma’s scholarship is being sponsored by the Tempest Consortium. The Arkwright Engineering Scholarship is awarded to the next generation of young engineers,...
Posted: 28th Nov 2019

Livingstone-MacArthur Houses Raise Funds and Awareness for the Born Free Foundation

Tormead’s whole-school charity day in support of the Born Free Foundation last week raised nearly £1200, a phenomenal achievement. Born Free Foundation is a leading wildlife charity that works tirelessly to ensure that all wild animals, whether living in captivity or in the wild, are treated with compassion and respect and are able to live...
Posted: 20th Nov 2019

Tormead U9 Gymnasts Crowned ISGA National Qualifier Champions

Last Saturday, Tormeads’ Under 9 gymnastics team took part in the ISGA National qualifiers, competing with style, determination and confidence beyond their years on both the vault and floor, taking home the team title and being crowned ISGA National Qualifier champions! In the Under 9 category, a total of twenty-four schools (125 gymnasts) from across...
Posted: 26th Sep 2019

Year 10 girls represent iamtheCODE charity at UN Youth Forum in New York

We are very proud of our Year 10 girls, Charlotte and Emmie, who are in New York City this week to speak at the UN Youth Forum held at NASDAQ, on behalf of the charity iamtheCODE, the first African-led global movement to mobilise government, private sector and investors to advance STEAMED (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts,...