Click here to read the latest LHS Parent Bulletin, containing the most important notices for parents from the past two weeks, as well as key upcoming dates.
We will be holding a Parent Forum event on Tuesday 26th November, starting at 6pm and finishing no later than 7.30pm.
This is an ideal chance for parents to come along and provide us with your feedback on the school, as well as to meet other parents. The headteacher and members of the senior leadership team will be there, along with school governors and they are keen to hear what you have to say. These are informal events and have always proved to be very constructive in the past.
Please bear in mind that we always ask parents attending these events to be aware that they are not the right place to raise specific concerns about your own children (though, of course, you must contact us separately if you have any concerns and we will do all we can to help): the focus is on school policy and practice generally.
If you are thinking of coming along, please let Mrs Headon know (firstname.lastname@example.org) so that we can plan the appropriate amount of refreshments.
If your child has signed up for Silver or Gold DofE this year (and they’ve done DofE before) please encourage them to log onto eDofE where they can see their new award. They need to set their aims and decide their activities for the Skill, Physical and Volunteering sections and then press submit.
If your child has not done DofE previously, we will help them logon for the first time over the next two weeks in a computer room. If they want to do this sooner, they need to look at the DofE noticeboard near the Main Hall and find their username.
All students should email or see Mrs Hill in the School Shop with any queries about eDofE or lost passwords. Thanks.
You are warmly invited to a Parental Risky Behaviours evening on Wednesday 13th November for a session led by Warrington Youth Service’s Young People’s Drug and Alcohol Team, where you can access the most up to date information regarding keeping young people safe.
The evening will cover topics such as, social media, e-safety, online gaming, CSE, grooming young people’s use of drugs and alcohol and other risky behaviours and there will be an opportunity to ask questions.
We will start at 6pm with refreshments and a chance to browse some information, with the main presentation will beginning at 6.30pm. The evening is aimed especially at parents of students in KS 3 but anybody is welcome.
We cannot recommend this evening strongly enough and urge every parent to come along. In a fast paced, every changing world, the information will raise your awareness of the issues young people face and support parents and carers in keeping young people safe.
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.
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!