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Test Staff

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

News and Events
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We are immensely proud of all our Old Girls, but special thanks and praise goes to those working in the medical profession or as key workers, supporting the country through this challenging time. Well done, to all involved! 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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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Once given the title of a 'perfect' musical comedy, the first performance of 'Guys and Dolls’ on Broadway was met with enthusiastic notices and took home five Tony Awards in 1951, including the award for Best Musical. It was famously made into a film in 1955, starring Jean Simmons, Frank Sinatra and Marlon Brando. Photographs of Tormead's production of 'Guys and Dolls' are available to purchase here.   A clarion email containing the login password for this purchasing portal has been sent to parents. 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Over two days, the team displayed strong, powerful vaulting, beautifully performed individual floor work and trio routines demonstrating good timing, creativity, artistry and team work. Then came the nail-biting wait for the results. After a few hours, the Under 11, Under 13 and Under 19 teams were all crowned British Champions! The Under 16 team took home the bronze team medal in arguably one of the strongest age categories of the weekend. All four age groups are also Regional British Champions representing Tormead and the South East. This remarkable set of results is a testament to all the girls' hard work leading up to the Championships. Congratulations to all!

Under 11

Amelia, Catherine, Eliza and Daniela

Under 13

Sonia, Isabel, Liberty and Leonie

Under 16

Emilie, Emily, Ellen and Eleanor

Under 19

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Under 11 (National)

Team 1st: Georgia, Catherine, Amelia, Eliza, Daniela

Under 14 (Regional)

Team 1st: Olivia, Emmalee, Olivia, Isabella, Isobel

Under 14 (National)

Team 1st: Sonia, Liberty, Leonie, Emily, Carrie

Under 19 (Regional)

Team 1st: Sophie, Tilly, Amelia, Freya, Ella

Under 19 (National)

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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...
Posted: 18th Mar 2020

‘Guys and Dolls’ Performances Captivate

Audiences were delighted and entertained by last week’s joyous performances of ‘Guys and Dolls’. With over 30 Senior School girls participating as cast and crew, it was a magnificent effort and collaboration. Tormead’s version was slick, sonorous and funny, with awe-inspiring talent on display. Once given the title of a ‘perfect’ musical comedy, the first...
Posted: 17th Mar 2020

Tormead Gymnasts Shine at British Championships

Following a hugely successful Regional Championships in February, Tormead’s gymnasts achieved qualification to the prestigious British Championships held last weekend at Fenton Manor Sports Complex in Stoke. Over two days, the team displayed strong, powerful vaulting, beautifully performed individual floor work and trio routines demonstrating good timing, creativity, artistry and team work. Then came the...
Posted: 10th Mar 2020

Gymnasts Win South East Regionals and Qualify for Nationals

Last month, Tormead’s Senior School Gymnasts from the Development and National Squads travelled to Kent to compete in the South East Regional Championships and National Qualifiers. It was a clean sweep for our Under 14 and Under 19 Development squads who impressed with beautiful floors and strong vaulting to win the South East Regional Title...
Posted: 25th Feb 2020

Letter from Chair of Governors Announcing New Head from September 2020

Dear Parents The Governors of Tormead School are delighted to announce the appointment of Mr David Boyd MA (Oxon) PGCE (Cantab) as Head from September 2020. David joins Tormead School from Latymer Upper School, a leading co-educational day school in Hammersmith, where he is currently Deputy Head (Pastoral). Previously, he spent two years in Hong...