Click here to read a letter from Head of Year 10, Mrs Eyres, outlining key information on what will be expected from students in Year 10 and important upcoming dates.
The Warrington Careers Fair is taking place on Thursday 26th September from 4-7pm at Orford Jubilee Neighbourhood Hub. This will give you the opportunity to meet with employers, colleges and training providers who will be showcasing their opportunities. You will be able to learn about jobs, apprenticeships and training courses that are all available in the Warrington area.
Confirmed Attendees include: Royal Navy, Army, Morrisons, Paragon Skills, Warrington Borough Council, Telefonica (O2), Sellafield, Barclays, University of Chester, DWP, Warrington Youth Club, Northern Premier League Football Academy, SGI – Sports Coaching amongst others. All students from Years 10-13 are welcome to attend.
For more details and to confirm a place visit: https://warringtonlife-2019.eventbrite.co.uk
We are delighted to let you know that on Founders’ Day, all students were given a summer reading pack to support reading for pleasure over the holiday. Students been given information about this during their assemblies this half term and will be reminded about the project as part of the Founders’ Day celebrations.
Each pack will contain a text and a vocabulary list that has been designed specifically for each year group and will correspond to their learning September onwards, across all of their subjects. Each vocabulary list includes a range of suggested activities for students to complete to help them to learn the words in preparation for September.
The text students will receive will depend on their year group:
Year 7: My Sister Who Lives on the Mantelpiece by
Year 8: The Book Thief by Markus Zusack
Year 10 and 11 students will receive an anthology of articles, this will include:
‘In modern Britain, hunger has become normal. That is an outrage.’
‘About the boys: Tim Winton on how toxic masculinity is shackling men to misogyny.’
‘The Power of Altruism.’
‘The Other Side of “Broken Windows.’
‘What Happened When I Met My Islamophobic Troll.’
Each text has been carefully chosen to challenge students and to emphasis three key values that we would like students to consider over the holiday:
Taking responsibility and understanding that we all play a part within a bigger structure.
Demonstrating kindness and compassion.
Seeking to further understand those who we view as to different to ourselves.
We are thrilled to be able to offer students this opportunity and greatly appreciate your support in encouraging your child to engage with the materials over the summer.
Miss N. Jones
Head of English
Arrangements for Friday 19th July, the last day of the school summer term are as follows:
Thank you for you co operation and we wish you a wonderful Summer.
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.