Tong Leadership Academy

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Tong Leadership Academy
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Address
Tong Leadership Academy
Westgate Hill Street


, ,
BD4 6NR

England
Coordinates 53°45′53″N1°41′59″W / 53.764665°N 1.69981°W / 53.764665; -1.69981 Coordinates: 53°45′53″N1°41′59″W / 53.764665°N 1.69981°W / 53.764665; -1.69981
Information
Type Academy
Established2008 (2008)
Local authority Bradford City Council
Trust Star Academies
Department for Education URN 142761 Tables
Ofsted Reports
PrincipalMr Daniel Styles
Gender Co-educational
Age11to 19
Enrolment925 as of September 2020
Colour(s)  Purple
  Black
  Green
Website http://www.tongleadershipacademy.com/

Tong Leadership Academy (formerly Tong High School) is a co-educational secondary school and sixth form located in the Tong area of Bradford in West Yorkshire, England. [1]

Contents

History

In 2008 Tong High School went through a major remodelling. A new building was built and after vacating, the old building was demolished. [2]

In December 2016, the school converted to academy status, joining Tauheedul Education Trust (now Star Academies), and was renamed Tong Leadership Academy. [3] [4]

Sport teams

Boy's sport teams include those for football, rugby, cricket, swimming, trampolining, badminton and athletics (indoor and cross country). [5] Girl's sport teams include those for football, netball, rounders, gymnastics, swimming, cheerleading, trampolining, and athletics (indoor and cross country)and yoga

Notable former pupils

See also

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References

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