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Test Staff

Position:
Head
Qualifications:
B Ed (Hons)
Email:

    News and Events
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      • House Reading Challenge – Book Bingo
      • World Book Day ‘Shelfie’ competition
      • Author visit from Lauren James
      • Lunchtime ‘Library Unlocked’ sessions
      • Online Resources
      • Parents’ Book Group meetings
      • Shortlists, awards, and outright winners
      • Valentine’s Day romantic reads
      • Ebooks and audiobooks
      • Recommendations for holiday reading
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      • Refurbished fitness suite with professional gym flooring and lifting platforms

      • An updated collection of cardio equipment, including four new spinning bikes and a Raze Renegade Air Bike

      • Two new power racks, complete with Olympic barbells, adjustable benches and 200kg in plates

      • Raze Women’s sports bars and associated sports plates

      • Two integrated cable machines, a dedicated lateral pulldown machine, as well as dip bars and TRX bands

      • Addition of a new dumbbell rack, ranging from 2-15kg

      • Specialist strength and conditioning equipment, such as a range of Plyo boxes, Kettlebells, Slam balls and Medicine Balls

      • New resistance bands and exercise mats

    [post_title] => New Tormead Fitness Suite [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => new-tormead-fitness-suite [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2021-03-26 12:39:53 [post_modified_gmt] => 2021-03-26 12:39:53 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://www.tormeadschool.org.uk/?p=18358 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [2] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 18258 [post_author] => 5 [post_date] => 2021-03-19 17:44:50 [post_date_gmt] => 2021-03-19 17:44:50 [post_content] => Tormead School announced today the appointment of two new senior members of its Junior School management team, from September 2021: Mrs Nicki Fry as Head, and Mrs Mary Price as Deputy Head. “I am very pleased that Mrs Nicki Fry, current Junior School Deputy Head, will be taking on the Junior School headship position,” said David Boyd, Head of Tormead School. "In addition, we are delighted to welcome Mrs Mary Price to our 'Tormead Family' also in September. Their expertise and caring, pupil-focused approach to teaching and learning will no doubt lead our Junior School on to new heights." Nicki Fry BA Hons Ed, has taught at Tormead Junior School since 2008. After graduating from Exeter University, Nicki became a teacher at Clayesmore Preparatory School in Dorset. Following that and with a passion for learning, Nicki spent time discovering the world before settling in Richmond-upon-Thames at the Old Vicarage School. Nicki taught there for seven years, rising to Deputy Head. Two years later, Nicki moved to Southern France with her family but her teaching vocation drew her back to the UK and her first-choice teaching destination: Tormead. Nicki’s unique experience as a dedicated teacher and active parent has made her the natural choice to lead our Junior School. Nicki said, "I am proud to lead this school of excellence. Tormead’s values align to my own. It is an outstanding centre of learning where social and emotional development, wellbeing and academic attainment are equally valued and are at the heart of everything we do." Mary Price has been appointed to the post of Deputy Head of the Junior School from September. Mary Price BA, PGCE, MA, is currently Director of Studies and Head of History and Geography at St Hilary’s Preparatory School, Godalming. St Hilary’s was awarded Independent Prep School of the Year in 2020. After earning a History degree at the University of York, Mary spent three years teaching and travelling, with two years in Japan, and then teaching in Minneapolis, USA. Back in the UK, she entered the state sector becoming Head of Year 9 before moving into the preparatory sector, loving the excitement and energy that young children bring.  Passionate about teaching, she ensures the curriculum is inclusive, inspiring and utilises technology. Building character in and out of the classroom is, she believes, at the very heart of helping pupils achieve their best. Mary said, "My core educational belief is simple - happy pupils are the best learners and I am thrilled to be coming to a school where I see so many cheerful faces. I look forward to meeting and working with all the pupils, parents and staff." 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The girls spoke with three well-known female athletes over Zoom, hearing first-hand about their sporting passions. Ellie Green - Harlequins Rugby Fly Half. Ellie was a wonderful advocate for women's rugby, especially as Tormead has recently introduced this sport in to Games lessons. Ellie spoke about how she first became interested in rugby and answered questions about what it was like to represent England at the U20 level. Laura Kenny CBE - English track and road cyclist, GB Olympic athlete, specialising in the team pursuit. Laura is arguably Great Britain's most successful Olympic female competitor in any sport. She regaled the girls with the story of her cycling career, how she got into racing and later, into team cycling. It was inspiring to learn about how this talented woman achieved her life-long goal of becoming an Olympic champion. Emily Nemeth - Head of Pathway at Surrey Storm, the local netball franchise, and an Assistant Coach and England Netball Roses Academy selector.  Emily talked the girls through the performance pathway of professional netball at Surrey Storm, including the skills coaches look for and her view of the future for this sport. It was refreshing to learn that a key factor for top performers is that they really enjoy playing netball! Our senior girls were able to ask these sportswomen key questions about how their sporting passions and careers developed, which was truly inspirational! 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This student-led initiative raised over £2000 for the charity Stonewall, a fantastic result and a testament to the phenomenal effort by those involved," said Mrs Samantha Jones, Assistant Head: Adventure & Service. During the week, a variety of remotely-conducted talks and activities promoted inclusivity in the school and wider community. Fundraising events included a 12-hour Zoom Dance Party and a Rainbow Mufti Day. Art and Cake Decorating Competitions, both on the theme of inclusion, saw many creative entries from girls in all years. Upper School girls were invited to attend multiple talks on a variety of related topics, including:
    • ‘The Importance of LGBTQIA+ Characters in TV media in the construction of our identities’ by Emily Trivette
    • ‘Becoming an Activist’ by Xavier White
    • ‘Section 28 talk’ by Tormead's Mr Breslin
    • ‘Intersex life in the 21st century Britain’ by Sara Gillingham
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    • the work of women at Bletchley Park, Britain’s secret codebreaking centre;
    • the role of female spies who worked behind enemy lines as part of the Special Operations Executive (SOE);
    • and the role of women on the Home Front.
    Great creativity and fun were on display, as girls designed secret spy weapons, cooked a meal with rationed goods, designed posters, learned to lindy hop, tested parachutes, learned Morse Code and built working models of the Enigma Machine, using them to decipher messages from their friends. Others chose to write historical fiction for the Historical Association’s national competition, or to write to their MPs to campaign for greater representation of the contribution of females in World War II on our banknotes. "It was both exciting and moving to learn about the sacrifices and courage of many women during this period, and at the end of the day we compared the impact of the conflict on the population with the current situation in relation to COVID," said Dr Helen Carrel, Head of History, Oxbridge Coordinator. "We were incredibly impressed by the girls’ enthusiasm, work, and dedication, and they should be congratulated on some super creations." [post_title] => Year 9 Enjoy WWII History Day [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => year-9-enjoy-wwii-history-day [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2021-03-15 10:54:28 [post_modified_gmt] => 2021-03-15 10:54:28 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://www.tormeadschool.org.uk/?p=18209 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) )
    Posted: 31st Mar 2021

    Library News – Spring Term

    Although we started the Spring Term in lockdown once more, this did not prevent us from enjoying some great reads and continuing with focused studies. Girls have been excited to be back in the real library for the last few weeks! To find out what’s been happening, click HERE to check out the latest Library...
    Posted: 26th Mar 2021

    New Tormead Fitness Suite

    Tormead announced today an exciting development for the Sports Hall: a new Fitness Suite to be unveiled in summer 2021. Head, David Boyd, said: “The impressive new Fitness Suite will provide access to a state-of-the-art gym for both girls and staff to use over the years to come. It is the latest in a series...
    Posted: 19th Mar 2021

    Tormead Appoints New Junior School Head and Deputy Head

    Tormead School announced today the appointment of two new senior members of its Junior School management team, from September 2021: Mrs Nicki Fry as Head, and Mrs Mary Price as Deputy Head. “I am very pleased that Mrs Nicki Fry, current Junior School Deputy Head, will be taking on the Junior School headship position,” said...
    Posted: 18th Mar 2021

    Tormead Celebrates Sportswomen on International Women’s Day

    Tormead was pleased to recognise International Woman’s Day earlier this month, with the Sport Department organising interviews for girls with top UK sportswomen. The girls spoke with three well-known female athletes over Zoom, hearing first-hand about their sporting passions. Ellie Green – Harlequins Rugby Fly Half. Ellie was a wonderful advocate for women’s rugby, especially...
    Posted: 15th Mar 2021

    Tormead Celebrates LGBT History Month with LGBTQIA+ Society Week

    In tandem with LGBT History Month, Tormead’s LGBTQIA+ Society organised a week of activities and fundraising events in February, successfully raising significant funds for the Stonewall charity. “We were delighted that our first LGBTQIA+ Society Week coincided with LGBT History Month. This student-led initiative raised over £2000 for the charity Stonewall, a fantastic result and...
    Posted: 15th Mar 2021

    Year 9 Enjoy WWII History Day

    In lieu of a trip to the WWI battlefields, this year the History Department were delighted to offer Year 9 a remote study day on World War II. To celebrate Women’s History Month, the theme was the role of women in the war. Girls had chose to focus on one of three topics (below) and...