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Fashion students from Lymm High School Sixth Form showcased their final collections with a stylish end of year show.
The students, from the Sixth Form’s BTEC Level 3 Fashion and Clothing Diploma, have been working hard all year and displayed their best catwalk designs in front of a packed audience in the school’s Main Hall.
The show featured catwalk models recruited from students in all years. A wide range of clothes were modelled on the catwalk inspired by their own chosen theme, such as riots and anarchy, fusion cultures and Portuguese architecture. All of the models and designers worked in a professional manner and the event was an enormous success!
Year 13 BTEC Level 3 Fashion student, Alice Beckett, commented, “The fashion show was a perfect end to an amazing two years on the course.”
Fellow student, Alfie Chambers, who recently received an offer from the prestigious London College of Fashion, added, “Seeing my final year work on the catwalk made me really proud and I cannot wait to see what the future brings.”
The show was watched by an audience including, headteacher Mr Gwyn Williams, Lymm High School staff, students, family members and friends, and representatives from Universities also popped along to support the show.
Course Leader for BTEC Level 3 Fashion, Rachael Doherty, was full of praise for all the students, “The fashion students delivered an excellent show of all their incredible work and it is inspiring to see such dedicated and highly creative students emerge once again from Lymm High School. The second year students will continue their studies on some of the most prestigious BA Honours courses in the UK and they all deserve every success!”
The Fashion show was an end of year graduate show organised by the school’s creative arts department, which was open to the public on Wednesday 3rd May, from 7pm.
Anyone interested in joining a creative course at the Sixth Form can find more information on our Art, Design, Fashion and Photography courses page on the school’s website.
Lymm High School is proud to support Warrington’s bid to become the official City of Culture 2021.
The school, granted a royal charter in 1601, has strong historic links with Warrington and currently has more than 2000 students enrolled.
The school is proud of its long tradition of service to the community and now students at the High school are backing the towns bid to become the next UK City of Culture by becoming the first Warrington 2021 student ambassadors.
Last week, the school took part in a number of events supporting the bid. Student Jess Ward led the campaign, delivering assemblies that celebrate Warrington’s culture and heritage and explaining to her peers what winning the City of Culture Bid could mean for the town.
Lymm High also took over the Warrington 2021 twitter account for the day, tweeting about how students engage with culture, both in school and in their community.
The creative arts are embedded in Lymm High School’s culture. From the Lymm High String ensemble who are set to perform at the National Music for Youth Festival to our Fashion students, who this week held their final degree fashion show, as well as putting on ambitious plays like ‘The Snow Dragons’ as part of The National Theatre Connections Festival and ‘The 400’ at Warrington Parr Hall.
Headteacher Gwyn Williams said “Lymm High School is delighted to support Warrington’s City of Culture bid.
We have so many incredibly talented young people and winning the nomination would provide so many exciting new opportunities for them to develop their passion and skills.”
The Warrington City of Culture 2021 bid team, commented saying: “A big thank you to Lymm High School for taking part in the @warrington2021 #twittertakeover. Culture is alive and kicking in Warrington.
“The UK City of Culture bid will give Warrington an opportunity to shine and show the world what we are made of. Working together, our ambition is to create and deliver a world class cultural year in 2021.
“More than that, we want to create a legacy which increases engagement in the arts among all our communities and invite everyone to get involved and celebrate everything that great about our town.
“Let’s tell the nation who we are, why we are such an amazing place and change perceptions of culture in Warrington forever”
For more information check out the Warrington 2021 website:
The Food Technology department held it’s annual Year 8 Masterchef competition before Easter. Once again the competition was fierce and the standard extremely high.
Competitors worked in the searing heat of the schools catering kitchens to produce their favourite recipe, which could be a starter, main course or a dessert dish, in a limited amount of time. It had to be within a budget of £5 and had to showcase skill all to be prepared within the time frame given of an hour. Students were allowed to have a Sous chef work with them. The semi-finalists were selected from the submissions and invited to the semi-final where they would prepare, cook and serve their chosen dish.
All students involved did us proud and their dishes were beautifully presented. The judges had much deliberation and finally agreed on the finalists. Students; Steven Turner along with Will Stout, Jack Powell along with Iain Tenant, Jack Gordan along with Tom Lea, Pierre De Villies, Gemma Gandy with Liv Galloway-Pollard, Darcy Whittingham with Emma Parkinson and George Gibbons with Ellie Davies all made it through to the next round with their imaginative choice of dishes.
These students remade their selected dishes, took on any feedback the judges gave for improvements and fought fiercely for the title of Interhall Masterchef competition 2017.
Chef Steven Turner with his Sous chef Will Stout came in 3rd place overall. Chef Pierre De Villies came in 2nd place with his sharing starter dish. Chef Darcy Whittingham and her Sous chef Emma Parkinson was crowned the overall winner of the competition. Darcy and Emma prepared a Trio of desserts for the competition.
Mrs Deane, Head of Food Technology said when asked about the competition, “Being given the list of ingredients as a base, it was clear to see that everyone had really thought about their dish and had prepared well. The atmosphere in food tech was great and the hard working attitude of every student was a pleasure to see.”
Well done to all of the students who took part and we look forward to seeing your entries for the Year 9 competition in the new academic year. Students will be receiving their prizes soon.
School uniform can be purchased from our school shop throughout the summer holidays. Holiday opening hours will be: Mon-Thurs. 9-3pm and Fri. 9-2pm.
The school shop will be closed Monday 4th and Tuesday 5th September 2017, we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
KS3 students are entering their ‘end of year exam period’. Students will be sitting exams in their core subjects (English, maths and science) in formal exam conditions. They have all received an individual timetable for these tests.
Tests will also be taken for the following subjects: history, geography, RS and languages, in the classroom during normal timetabled lessons. Students will be having assessments at the end of their current unit (so nearer the end of the summer term) in the practical and performance subjects.
Students are being issued with a blank timetable to write in when they are having their class based tests, this is because different groups will be sitting these subject tests at different times.
These exams are really nothing to be worried about. They give the students good experience and practice of taking tests and get them into the habit and routine, so when they sit more formal exams they are able to take them in their stride. They also provide really useful assessment information for teachers.
Students have been set revision tasks centrally for the core subjects: these can be found on Show My Homework. Other subjects will continue to set revision tasks.