Risky Behaviours Evening


We invite you to a Parental Information Evening led by the Warrington Youth Service on Wednesday 13th November 2019 where you can access the most up to date information regarding strategies for reducing problems related to risk -taking behaviours.

A opportunity to gain valuable insight into e-safety and the associated risks and how to keep your child safe.

Start at 6pm with refreshments and a chance to browse some information and a selection of interactive resources, with the main presentation beginning at 6.30pm in the hall.

The evening is aimed especially at parents of students in Years 7, 8 & 9 but everybody is welcome.

Warrington Youth Service offer specialist support to young people. Youth Workers are trained to deliver person-centred support.

We cannot recommend this evening strongly enough and urge every parent to come along.

LHS Curry Night

Thursday 28 November | 7.30pm
Spice Lounge, Lymm
Tickets: £20 per person available via ParentPay
Families are welcome.

Ticket price covers a full meal including poppadoms + chutney, mixed starters, main dish with rice and naan and vegetable side dish and a thoroughly enjoyable evening in great company!

Pre/post drinks and entertainment will be on offer next door at Lymm’s latest boutique bar, Lymm’n’Tonic.

Watch out for LHS Curry night special cocktails on the menu!

LHS Sixth Form Open Evening

Dear Year 11 Parents,

We warmly invite you to attend our Sixth Form Open Evening on Thursday 14th November, 5pm – 8pm.

This year we are organising things slightly differently to enable prospective students and their parents/carers to gain a greater insight into the courses available at Key Stage 5.  Click here to read an important letter from the Head of Sixth Form regarding further information about about how the evening will run.

Y7 Meet The Tutor Evening

Thank you to all parents that managed to attend our ‘meet the tutor’ evening.  I hope you managed to find the information useful and it was reassuring to put faces to names.  If you could not attend but have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch with either your childs form tutor, myself or student services.

A few parents were saying that they were not sure who they had to contact about different activities or with general enquiries as there were so many things going on in school and a lot more staff than in primary school, if you are in doubt just contact myself,  the main school reception or student services we can always point you in the right direction.

I hope that the presentation has managed to clear up any questions you had about the basic day to day school enviroment and expectations. One of the main messages I usually emphasise to parents and I really wanted you to get from tonight is we care about your children, we want them to have the best start they can at Lymm.  The only way this will work is to communicate,  you may not have as much contact with us as you did with the staff at primary school but we are here and we always want to know if there are any concerns you or your child have so we can support them as much as possible.

Mrs Worrall