We are very proud of our school and its ethos of encouraging each individual pupil to develop her talents to the full in a happy, caring and supportive environment. Our academic expectations are high and we value our students’ impressive record of examination successes and university places. We are equally proud of their many other cultural and sporting achievements and their varied contributions to the life of the wider community.
Tormead values individuality, celebrates diversity and encourages girls to be themselves, whilst emphasising equally the value of tolerance, teamwork and collective responsibility. The academic pace offers stimulus and challenge, but is combined with an excellent range of extra-curricular activities enabling Tormead to offer a broad but balanced, progressive education.
Underpinning this is our wholeheartedly committed pastoral care of the pupils, allowing us to monitor carefully the progress and welfare of every girl. We work closely with parents to enable each girl to leave Tormead at ease with herself and ready to face with confidence the challenges of higher education and beyond.
We believe an important part of preparing our girls for the future is to ensure they are adept with the use of new technologies. To this end, we have embraced tablets into our curriculum with the deployment of a 1:1 iPad scheme for girls in Years 5 to 13. With the opening of our new premises in Autumn 2015, the girls benefit from innovative spaces to think, collaborate and reflect. This, coupled with an enhanced digital infrastructure, delivers an innovative, creative blend of modern technology with high standards of teaching.
Category: Nursery, Pre-Preparatory, Preparatory, Senior, Sixth Form
Religious Affiliation: Non-Denominational
Roll: 0 Boys-713 Girls
Day pupils: 713
Age Range: 4-18 Years
Tormead School occupies pleasant leafy grounds and is conveniently located on the outskirts of Guildford, within five minutes walk of London Road Railway Station and the town centre.
School Contact Details
Headteacher: Mr David Boyd
Contact for enquiries:Mrs Melanie Hobdey, Registrar
27 Cranley Road, Guildford, Surrey
Tel: 01483 575101
Performing Arts centre, Sports complex including an Olympic sprung floor, fitness suite, Sports hall, gymnasium. Netball & Tennis courts onsite.
In partnership with Surrey sports park – World class sporting facility that includes 50m swimming pool, 3 Hockey pitches, climbing wall, fitness suites, café.
Planning permission has been granted for a MUGA, further Netball court and Tartan running track onsite.
Academic, Sport, Music & Art.
By Assessment. Entrance examinations in January each year. 16+: min 8 GCSEs with at least 5 of them at grade 7 or above.
Reception (Age 4+) £ 2,795 per term
Years 1 – 2 (Age 5+ and 6+) £ 3,085 per term
Years 3 – 4 (Age 7+ and 8+) £ 4,570 per term
Years 5 – 6 (Age 9+ and 10+) £ 4,635 per term
Senior School: Years 7 – 13 £ 5,305 per term
For further details please visit www.tormeadschool.org.uk/admissions/fees
GSA, The Good schools Guide, Eco Schools, Apple Distinguished School, HPL accredited School
All visits are welcome, please contact the school
Sixth Form Open Evening (for entry in Sept. 2021): Thursday 1 Oct 2020 - Time: 7:30 pm
Junior School Open Morning: Tuesday 6 Oct 2020 - Time: 9:30 am - 11:00 am
Senior School Open Morning: Thursday 15 Oct 2020 - Time: 9:00 am - 11:00 am
The best way to find out more is to visit us in Guildford, Surrey. We would like to invite you to one of our Open Mornings so that you can meet our staff and pupils, and take a tour around our facilities. If you are unable to attend an Open Morning, our Registrar, Mrs Melanie Hobdey, will be pleased to arrange an alternative visit to Tormead. She can be contacted on 01483 796040.
For dates please visit www.tormeadschool.org.uk/admissions/open-mornings/
We look forward to welcoming you and your daughter to Tormead.
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Success for Tormead’s gymnasts
Following a hugely successful Regional Championships in February, Tormead’s gymnasts achieved qualification to the prestigious British Championships held last weekend at Fenton Manor Sports Complex in Stoke. Over two days, the team displayed strong, powerful vaulting, beautifully performed individual floor work and trio routines demonstrating good timing, creativity, artistry and team work. Then came the...Read more
New Head for Tormead
The Governors of Tormead School are delighted to announce the appointment of Mr David Boyd MA (Oxon) PGCE (Cantab) as Head from September 2020. David joins Tormead School from Latymer Upper School, a leading co-educational day school in Hammersmith, where he is currently Deputy Head (Pastoral). Previously, he spent two years in Hong Kong establishing...Read more
Tormead School is Celebrating!
Tormead School is celebrating! We have been recognised as one of the very best schools in the world and become accredited as a High Performance Learning World Class School. The award, only given to 11 other institutions globally, recognises schools at the forefront of educational thinking with exceptional outcomes for students. Tormead now joins an...Read more
GYMNASTS’ SUCCESS AT THE SOUTH...
Tormead hosted the South East Milano Trio competition on Sunday 1 December, once again claiming a significant number of gleaming titles! It was a hugely successful competition for all the Tormead gymnasts across both the National and Development squads. As a result, the Under 11, 13, 16 and 19 teams will represent Tormead and The...Read more
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