We would be very grateful if all parents could spend a couple of minutes completing the ‘Parent View’ survey, providing us with feedback on how well we are doing in different areas. As well as helping us to understand our strengths and areas for development, this particular survey is also something that Ofsted look at when they visit. Please click here to complete the survey; it only takes a minute to register and a further minute or two to complete the questions.
We believe that all pupils can be successful in an environment which is caring, optimistic and encouraging and we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all of our students. In light of this we have recently updated the safeguarding, welfare, support and advice section of this website. It is full of useful information for parents such as how to keep your children safe online to what to do should do if you have any safeguarding concerns about a student.
The Gardening Club is run by Student Services as one of the interventions used to support students in KS3. The allotment requires funds to cover the annual costs of materials and maintenance, to this end we try to raise as much as we can through the sale of bedding plants and hanging baskets. If you usually buy plants or hanging baskets for your garden, please click HERE and give our order form the once over, there are some great deals to be had!!
Want to find out about the Duke of Edinburgh Award on offer to your child at Lymm High School?
If you were unable to attend the DofE Parent Information Evening on Tuesday 10th January, you can click HERE for the evening’s presentation and information about the Award.
All Year 9, 10 and 11 students have had assemblies launching the careers programme Fast Tomato. Fast Tomato is a programme which allows students to find personalised information with regards to future careers. All students have been given allocated a sign up code and in this letter. Please click HERE to register.
Shortly before Christmas 148 parents of Year 7 students kindly completed a questionnaire giving us feedback on the transition process. You can read details, including our response to the issues raised, by clicking HERE.
Overall, the results were exceptionally positive: for example, 97% of parents say their child has settled well since September and 98% would recommend Lymm High School to other parents. We will never be complacent about identifying areas in which we can improve further, but it was very pleasing to see how happy Year 7 parents evidently are about the way the school has looked after their children during the first few months of secondary school.