Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy
Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy
Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy
Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy
Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy
Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy
Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy
Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy
Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy
Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy
Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy
Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy
Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy

Senior School

Years 4 to 8

As well as plays, sports fixtures and concerts, we place great emphasis on the academic progress and development of our pupils. Monitoring and supporting their individual needs is at the heart of the teaching style throughout the school. Exams and assessments are routine, either on paper or electronically and the results are carefully analysed to ensure each pupil is working to his best ability.

Half-term assessments, reports and parent evenings ensure that parents are kept ‘in the loop’ about their sons’ progress. Parents can also contact our staff by email if they wish, either through the Head of Year or via a specific subject teacher. We encourage parents to get in touch to keep us informed about any aspect of their son’s well-being.

For information on each subject taught in the senior school, click the links on the side menu.

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world."

-Nelson Mandela

 

Senior School Life

From Year 4 onwards, the school day begins at 8.30 a.m., when registration with the Head of Year is followed by a brief form period.

Timetabled lessons, which begin at 8.40 a.m., include sport /PE most days. Pupils may go home at 4.15 p.m., although most will choose to stay until 5.00 p.m., in order to access a “Club” of their choice.

In this way, a typical Tower House  day becomes a blend of:

  • Hard work
  • Exercise
  • An enjoyable hobby or recreational interest.

The lunch hour provides opportunity to make the most of free time, with a wide range of facilities available to pupils. A healthy lunch is provided to ensure that pupils have sufficient ‘fuel’ to make the most of their journey.

 

20 Things To Do Before I Leave Senior School

Year 1 Assembly

This week Year 1 focussed our attentions on some more long-term issues facing society at large – that being the pollution of our oceans with plastic.
 

More News... about Year 1 Assembly

"Determine never to be idle... it is wonderful how much may be done if we are always doing"

-Thomas Jefferson

 

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