Bradford, United Kingdom
About Titus Salt
Titus Salt School is a mixed non-denominational community school and sixth form for pupils aged 11-18. It is located in Baildon, West Yorkshire, and was formerly known as Salt Grammar School.
The school was founded in 1896 by the politician and philanthropist Sir Titus Salt, and has about 1,500 pupils. It was originally on a different site, and used to be segregated into male and female divisions. It moved to a new building, constructed under the Building Schools for the Future programme, in 2008.
Values and vision
The four key values of Titus Salt School are: together, resilient, ambitious, caring.
The school aspires to be a community where everyone enjoys learning, is polite and helpful, works hard to reach their potential, treats other people and the school environment with respect, and takes responsibility for themselves and their actions.
The school is proud of its history and heritage, but seeks to always look to the future. It celebrates student wellbeing, high academic standards and achievement for all.
Titus Salt School is a specialist maths and computing school.
“There is a harmonious atmosphere around the school and behaviour is good. Pupils are keen to come to school.”
“Attendance is well above average and punctuality is exceptional. Staff are vigilant and highly adept at identifying pupils at risk. They intervene quickly and take appropriate steps to protect pupils. All pupils, including those who attend the specialist provision, are extremely well cared for.”