Teesside High School
Teesside High is a lively and dynamic independent School for girls and boys from ages 3 to 18. We encourage a truly ‘family’ atmosphere here where the youngest children feel just as much at home as the young adults in the Sixth Form. We also ensure that we care for, and stretch academically, every child as an individual...
Bursaries and Scholarships
An Independent School Education is within your reach!
Teesside High School offers means-tested bursaries for families with the most limited of means, who are most likely to benefit from the education offered at the School, and Students that score highly in the School’s initial...
What is the 'Diamond' model?
"The best of both worlds"
The Diamond Model gives the ‘best of both worlds’, with the proven benefits of single-sex teaching and the cultural and social benefits of co-education.
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Whole School Open Morning 27.09.14
- 29AugFor last year’s words belong to last year’s language And next year’s words await another voice. And to make an end is to make a beginning. (Little Gidding) ― T.S. Eliot Welcome to the new school...22AugPupils and staff at Teesside High School have been celebrating this morning (Thursday 21 August) as they received their GCSE results, which saw 84.4% of all students receive 5 A* – C including English and...
Our latest ISI Report
The pupils’ personal, moral and social development is excellent
Provision for personal, social and health education (PSHE) is exemplary.
Pupils’ social development is excellent.
The arrangements for pastoral care are excellent and offer highly effective support and care to pupils of all ages.
Mr Watson’s previous work has included being a Head Teacher of large, successful secondary school and Specialist Sports College and later Director of Sunderland Education Action Zone, working with 23 schools and the wider community to raise achievement levels.
Nicola Stephens studied Physical Education and Biology, graduating with BA (Hons) from Leeds University. She spent a year working as a Resident Graduate at Bootham School in York where she coached Sport and supported with boarding duties before ...
A former pupil of Durham High School, Carolyn Williams studied Primary Education at Northumbria University. She graduated with a BEd (Hons) that specialised in Mathematics and Science in 1997 before taking up her first teaching post in London.