After responding to a radio advert asking for applicants to be the first British astronaut Helen Sharman was selected to travel into space on November 28th 1989, ahead of 13,000 other applicants. With hard work and determination, she overcame her rigorous training and succeeded in her mission to achieve her dream. Like Helen Sharman, we want all students to seize every moment of their time at High Tunstall. We want all students to embrace teamwork, participate in healthy competition, take on responsibilities and applaud the efforts as well as achievements of every individual in the House. We remember that it is not always the best or the brightest who are successful, but rather those that work hard and stick with it.
House Leader: Miss Rachael Smith
Worked at HTCS: 2 years
Subject Specialism: Communications
Mission: To inspire students in Sharman House to live up to the house motto; to collaborate in order to help their peers achieve their potential; to compete with enthusiasm in all house competitions and to celebrate the amazing accolades that they and their peers have earned throughout their time at HTCS.
In Sharman, there are many students who excel in various fields in their extra-curricular pursuits both in and out of college – and we want to know about it! Please share all successes by e-mailing: email@example.com
The Bradley Lowery Foundation has been set up in memory of Bradley Lowery. Bradley gained his angel wings on 7 July 2017, 1.35pm, at the age of 6 after a four and a half year battle with Neuroblastoma. Whilst Bradley was suffering himself, Bradley used to always look out for other children on the ward, this inspired his Mum to carry on his work now he is no longer with us. Their aim with the foundation is to help and support campaigns to raise funds for medical treatment/equipment not available on the NHS.