Click here for an important letter inviting you to our Year 13 Information, Advice and Guidance Evening due to take place on Thursday 12th September at 7.00pm.
The school shop will be closed on the following dates:
Wednesday 10th July | Closes at 2.30pm
Wednesday 17th July | Closes for lunch 1.15 to 2.15 and closed for the day at 2.30pm
Thursday 18th July | Closes at 3.00pm
Friday 19th July | Closes at 12.00 midday
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
At Lymm High School we place a huge importance on the role of physical education and school sport for girls, not only for its educational value, but as a vehicle for improving health, participation and performance. We also recognise the national initiatives that are currently campaigning to get more girls to become, and remain, active.
We are delighted to share our first edition of ‘LHS Women in Sport’, a physical education supplement dedicated to celebrating the success of our young female sportswomen.
We hope you enjoy reading about some of our incredible athletes,and about the profoundly positive impact of physical activity at Lymm High School.
This year we have launched SOCS, an online school communication system for extra-curricular sport sessions, sport fixtures and results. Click here to read and important letter that explains the new system and how you can use it to access information relating to extra-curricular sport. Your child will be bringing this letter home this week, along with a suitable footwear guide for the upcoming 3G sports pitch.
Founders’ Day is an important event in the school calendar and we are proud to continue the wonderful tradition of celebrating Lymm High Schools, Founders’ Day. This year the celebration will take place on Tuesday 16th July and the theme again this year will be ‘A joy to remember’.
Click here for a letter with important information about the day and to download a Sponsorship and Gift Aid Declaration form.
Please note that the final INSET day of this academic year is Friday 28th June 2019. This was agreed by the governing body and communicated to parents in the July 2018 Newsletter, with the decision being made so as to ensure students sitting external examinations were not affected by the INSET. Apologies for any confusion caused.
As you may also be aware, the first May bank holiday in 2020 has been put back to coincide with the 75th anniversary of VE Day. May Day would traditionally have been on the first Monday in May (i.e. 4th May 2020), however this has now been put back until Friday 8th May 2020. This decision is outside of school control and term dates for 2019/20 will be updated accordingly, but please note for your diaries.