On this website you will discover just some of the reasons why Tollbar remains so popular and why more and more students are taking up the opportunities that Tollbar provides at Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4 and at 6th Form.
One thing you will notice is that Tollbar never stands still. We are constantly developing, providing outstanding education and resources and a personalised curriculum for every individual. All students, whatever their ability, are supported both academically and pastorally so they each achieve their full potential.
Starting at a new school can be a daunting prospect, so our pastoral staff and the other students in the Houses support new students to settle in quickly. Our behaviour policy is strictly implemented, each student knows what is expected of them and this ensures that everyone is safe in our care.
We work hard to help all our students to achieve academically and to be responsible citizens in the community. We have high expectations and demand high standards so that everyone is working together for the same goal. This is our ethos; hard work, good behaviour, responsibility and consideration of others. If you share our values, we invite you to join us and be part of our continuing success.
Tollbar Academy Year 8 students, (l-r) Ebony Webster, Emma Besson, Charlotte Baker, Ethan Bennett, Ben Wells, Gabrielle Prados, Oliver Muggridge, Dylan Penfold and Eloise Crowder, ...
Grace Eddington-Jukes (left) from Specsavers with Tollbar Academy student Tom Cullen (13).
Stephen Moon, MSc.
David J Hampson, OBE, BSc, BA.