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High Performance Learning

High Performance Learning (HPL) is a mission-driven organisation, working with schools and teachers to change the face of education and deliver student high performance for the many - whatever their background - not the few. HPL is a proven, research-based, pedagogy-led approach, which relies on teachers and their professional capital to help self-improving schools make the gear change to become world class. Its impact on the school is dramatic and sustained. HPL work with both UK and international schools, state and independent sectors, and with multi-academy trusts. What HPL schools have in common is that they put teaching and learning at their heart and they are committed to accepting that everyone is a potential high performer and aiming for less is no longer acceptable. HPL provides a flexible teaching and learning framework for systematically building the cognitive competencies that lead to academic and lifetime success. In an HPL school, the philosophy and framework become part of a school's DNA – an underpinning philosophy and common language for teaching and learning that drives the work of the school and brings coherence to the modern culture of targets, initiatives and programmes. 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Introduced to staff and girls during virtual House meetings with an accompanying video explanation, the House Song competition challenged Senior School girls to write lyrics with a social distancing theme and sing their own version of a favourite song. Recorded entries were judged by the Music Department and the winners were announced this week during Mrs Foord's Whole School Video Assembly. Huge congratulations go to Nightingale House's Robyn in Upper Sixth, who was crowned the overall winner with her version of Maroon 5's hit 'Memories'. Second Place went to Nelson House's Gabby, also in Upper Sixth, for her rendition of Harry Style's 'Falling'. Runners-Up for each House include: Livingstone, sisters Charlotte and Emily (Year 10 and Upper Sixth); Nelson, Livvi (Year 10); Nightingale, Alecia (Lower Sixth); and Wellington, a Lower Sixth ensemble. The winning entry videos are available to enjoy here, along with the initial launch video featuring Tormead teacher, Mr Breslin.  Well done to all girls and staff who took part! 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Available to all girls, the new webpages contain suggestions for maintaining wellbeing, House news and challenges, tips for encouraging creativity and 'boredom buster' links to inspire. This new community platform will continue to develop: look out for volunteering opportunities and Junior School specific pages, to be added soon. Girls have also been invited to contribute their ideas and suggestions for the 'Tormead Together' site. The new site can be viewed here: Tormead Together. We hope that you enjoy it and we very much look forward to your contributions. 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Despite the occasional bump in the road, so very many girls, teachers, support staff and of course parents and family members pitched in to make make Week 1 of the School's Remote Teaching & Learning journey a success. As part of our desire to keep the Tormead community connected during the UK's Coronavirus lockdown, we are delighted to feature some highlights from the week here. Please continue to share with us your photo, video or PDF evidence of remote teaching and learning success via email to communications@tormeadschool.org.uk along with a short description of the activity and girl(s) involved. 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Posted: 20th May 2020

Curriculum Press Sponsors KYTOS Biology

Tormead’s Head of Biology Mr Isaacs is proud to announce today that Curriculum Press, renowned for providing global education resources for over 25 years, have become official sponsors of both KYTOS Biology podcasts and the ‘mr i explains’ YouTube channel, which provides tutorials on subjects from Biology, Chemistry, Physics and even Statistics. Since its inception...
Posted: 30th Apr 2020

Tormead Recognised as a World Class School

Tormead School is celebrating! We have today been recognised as one of the very best schools in the world and become accredited as a High Performance Learning World Class School. The award, only given to 11 other institutions globally, recognises schools at the forefront of educational thinking with exceptional outcomes for students. Tormead now joins...
Posted: 29th Apr 2020

Nightingale Wins ‘Social Distancing’ House Song Competition

Following the nationwide Covid-19 lockdown that began back in March, Tormead responded quickly by adapting its popular end of Spring Term House Music competition, to launch the ‘social distancing’ House Song competition. Introduced to staff and girls during virtual House meetings with an accompanying video explanation, the House Song competition challenged Senior School girls to...
Posted: 20th Apr 2020

‘Tormead Together’ Community Site Launched

We are delighted to announce the launch of our “Tormead Together” site, designed to help keep the Tormead community together during the current school closure. Available to all girls, the new webpages contain suggestions for maintaining wellbeing, House news and challenges, tips for encouraging creativity and ‘boredom buster’ links to inspire. This new community platform...
Posted: 27th Mar 2020

Big Tormead Shout Out for the NHS

The Tormead community rallied together at 8.00pm on Thursday 26 March, joining in with the national movement to show support for and recognition of NHS workers on the front line during the UK’s fight against the Coronavirus pandemic. In addition to clapping from their home windows or front doors, many girls, Old Girls, staff and...
Posted: 27th Mar 2020

Remote Teaching & Learning in Action – Week 1

Huge congratulations to everyone in the Tormead community today for completing their first week of remote teaching and learning! Despite the occasional bump in the road, so very many girls, teachers, support staff and of course parents and family members pitched in to make make Week 1 of the School’s Remote Teaching & Learning journey...