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Pupils Creative Writing Success

April 4, 2014

During the Christmas term, members of the Teesside High School Creative Writing Club took part in the Inspired? Get Writing! creative writing competition. The competition was organised by the National Galleries of Scotland, the English-Speaking Union Scotland and the Scottish Poetry Library. It is supported by the Gordon Fraser Charitable Trust, the Scotsman and The Educational Institute of Scotland. Entrants were invited to produce creative pieces inspired by works from the galleries’ permanent collections.

Year 9 student Milly Parker submitted an original poem using ideas based on Away From The Flock, a modern artwork by Damien Hirst. Milly’s piece entitled The Perks of Not Being Half a Cow, was awarded first place in the 12-14 age group.

Sarah Bennett in Year 10 chose James Nasmith’s Back of Hand as the inspirarion for her story, and placed as Runner-Up in the same category. The girls’ achievement will be celebrated at an awards ceremony at the Scottish National Gallery on 17 April, where their work will be read aloud by members of the Scottish Poetry Library in front of a public audience.

Head of English, Amy Sanderson, said ‘Milly and Sarah should be extremely proud of their success in this prestigious international competition. We are thrilled that their creative talents are being recognised in this way, and hope th
at other students will be encouraged to take part in the future.’

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Year 11 Mathematics Pupils Celebrate Excellent Results

January 10, 2014

A group of Teesside High School students are celebrating an excellent set of results in their GCSE Mathematics examination which they have taken early.

Fourteen pupils sat the examination with eight gaining A* grade and six gaining A grade.

A* pupils include: Kirsty Dey, Rebecca Donaldson, Fateh Gill, Charlotte Kendrick, Olivia Maude, Callum McMahon, Emily Parker and Emily Roach.

Lucy Auger, Bethany Bryan, Rachel Danks, Brogan Kerr, Bethany McLaine and Gemma Thompson achieved As.

Teesside High School Head Teacher, Deborah Duncan, said: “Our students have worked and studied very hard, with expert guidance from their teacher, Mrs Mardon, to produce these excellent results. We look forward to further success in June when the students sit their GCSE Further Mathematics examinations.”

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Speech Day 2013

December 2, 2013

Our School motto of ‘Everything is possible’ was most definitely the theme of the day at the Teesside High School speech day on Friday 29th November. We were blessed to have author and inspirational speaker Brian Gault travel from Northern Ireland to share with our pupils, parents, visitors and staff his amazing outlook on life and his personal story.

Brian was born with no arms due to his mother taking just two thalidomide tablets while pregnant with him 52 years ago. Being born with no arms was obviously very difficult for Brian and his family to come to terms with, but he showed us all, that he has never let his disability stop him achieving his dreams.  (more…)

Brian Gault Set to Inspire Pupils at Awards Ceremony

November 29, 2013

The inspirational Brian Gault, who was born without any arms, is set to deliver a rousing speech to pupils and parents about overcoming adversity, as principal speaker at Teesside High School’s annual Speech Day next Friday (29 November).

Brian is one of the 456 survivors of the ‘miracle drug’ Thalidomide used on the British market during the early 1960s. He will deliver a moving speech on his life, his career and his best-selling book ‘Look, No Hands!’ (more…)

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Darlington Festival Successes

March 22, 2013

Over 40 Teesside High School pupils took part in the music, speech and drama classes of the Darlington Festival for Performing Arts, held at Hummersknott Academy, in March.

The pupils in the Prep School Choir (pictured) celebrated their success after receiving distinctions for both of the pieces they sang, which made them joint winners of the Primary School Choir section. (more…)

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Scholarship Assessment Day, 1 February 2013

January 9, 2013

Could You Join Future Generations of Successful Scholars?

Students at Teesside High School in Eaglescliffe celebrated a bumper crop of A Level and GCSE results last year. These included the School’s Head Girl and Scholar, Laura Awad, who secured her place at Newcastle University to study Medicine thanks to 3 A Grades at A Level. Laura was awarded a Scholarship from the School based on her outstanding academic abilities.

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Paralympic Heroine, Baroness Grey-Thompson, Principal Speaker at Speech Day

December 11, 2012

Paralympic heroine, Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson, inspired both pupils and parents as Principal Speaker at Teesside High School’s annual Speech Day on 13 December.

Baroness Grey-Thompson, who was announced as the School’s new President this summer, delivered a speech on her outstanding career to date, both as an athlete and as a Life Peer. She also presented over 100 awards to outstanding Teesside High School pupils during the ceremony, which will also included performances and presentations from pupils.  (more…)

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Stockton Festival – Speech and Drama

November 26, 2012

The students were exceptional at the Stockton Speech and Drama Festival on Saturday 24 November.

The day was a long day for the students and they had some tough competition. However the students who gained a position and were presented with a trophy and certificate: (more…)

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Third International ‘Gold Medal’ in a Row for Teesside High School

October 5, 2012

Teesside High School in Eaglescliffe has been awarded the British Council’s prestigious International School Award for the third time in a row, in recognition of its work to bring the world into the classroom. (more…)

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Students’ second win with Pack and Pock

May 9, 2012

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