Welcome to Teesside High School
We are a leading Diamond School; where boys and girls are taught separately from Year 5 to 11. We are proud that our brand new state of the art Sixth Form was awarded ‘Class of the Year’ in 2014 - making Teesside High School the first choice for Independent-School parents.
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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- 20OctLast week was yet another busy one as the term, and pace, picked up in the run up to the half term break. You will have received an information letter recently giving details of the...17OctWell half term is almost upon us and I can hardly believe it. The days and weeks have flown by and a great deal has been packed into in the past seven weeks. We are...
- 16OctExcitement is at fever pitch here at Stagecoach Theatre Arts Yarm as we launch our half-term workshops with ‘The Young Americans’ at Teesside High School in Eaglescliffe, Stockton, this month. To find out more about...13OctIf a week in politics is a long time then a week in education seems to be even longer. It seems an age since I wrote my last Blog and so much has happened in...
- 10OctMorning sessions run from 8.00am – 1.00pm. Children attending until 1.00pm will require a packed lunch as we break for lunch at 12.00pm. Afternoon sessions run from 1.00pm – 5.30pm. Holiday Club is run in...7OctMr Christopher Neave has been a keen supporter of the WWF for very long time. He believes their role is vital in conserving the natural world. On 12 October 2014 he will attempt to run...
- 6OctIt’s been a real privilege to be talking with the upper sixth in these last few weeks, as they work on their personal statements. Now that most universities don’t interview prospective students, these little distillations...6OctThe last fortnight has been filled with many adventures for our pupils both on- and off-site, with almost every year group participating in day trips or residential visits to enhance learning! I can not stress...
- 3OctYou can teach a student a lesson for a day; but if you can teach him to learn by creating curiosity, he will continue the learning process as long as he lives. Clay P. Bedford...29SepWe = Power Lorii Myers Another good week lies behind us and the promise of even better lies ahead this week. The early days of the school year are always enjoyable as our students 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.
Kirsty Mackenzie has always been passionate about Science, enjoying the challenges of Maths, Physics and Chemistry at A level. She went on to study Physics at Leeds University, graduating with a BSc (Hons) in 1995. She returned to her home ...
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.