We are delighted to invite you to the Year 11 Information and Guidance Evening on Wednesday 28th September, in the main hall from 6:00pm until 7:00pm. Please click the link below to read a letter containing more information on the evening.
See link below for a copy of a letter that was sent home on 15th September, via Show My Homework. It contains information regarding expectations and frequency of homework for your son or daughter as they enter a new year. Please support the staff in maintaining these high expectations by taking a few minutes to read the letter.
As you may be aware, all schools and Academies are legally obliged to supply the Department for Education (DfE) with data on all pupils attending their school via a termly School census.
Please click here to read a letter regarding the data collection sheet.
We have just received the codes for Year 11 subscriptions to Tassomai for all students who paid last term. These are currently being printed and will be distributed to relevant students by Form Tutors on Tuesday morning. If your child does not receive theirs, please ask them to go to Student Services and let them know.
Regarding the Year 10 codes, we were in contact with the company all last week and again today; they are trying to iron out some teething problems with the new specifications but are aiming to get codes to us for our Year 10 students this week. We will keep you posted via Parent Communication with further information and can only apologise for the delay.
Please note: Due to building work taking place in the school, all exam results will be available for collection in the lower hex – the route will be signposted. There will be no access into the main school building.
Enrolment into Sixth Form will take place in the upper hex on both days.
Thursday 18th August 2016 – GCE Results Day
- Year 13 GCE results will be available to collect from 7.00am in the Lower Hex.
- Year 12 GCE results will be available to collect from 9.00am in the Lower Hex.
- PCs and members of staff will be on hand in S202 to help regarding clearing and queries.
Thursday 25th August 2016 – GCSE Results Day
- GCSE results will be available for collection from 9.00am in the Lower Hex.
- Members of staff will be available for help regarding queries.
- Sixth Form enrolment will be conducted as soon as students receive their results, and this will be completed in the Upper Hexagon.
See below the remark and return of script deadlines.
The following dates apply to A Level results only.
- Priority remark – 22/08/16
- Priority remark with photocopy of paper – 22/08/16
- Priority photocopy of paper – 23/08/16
The dates given below apply to both GCSE and A Level results.
- Original paper – 30/09/16
- Clerical check – 14/09/16
- Clerical check with photocopy of paper – 14/09/16
- Remark – 14/09/16
- Remark with photocopy of paper – 14/09/16
Changes to Lymm High School Bus times and Routes
The “school double deck” service buses will change as follows:
AM service 42 departing Lumbrook Road at 0743, will now depart 2 minutes earlier at 0741, and subsequently throughout, arriving at school at 0805, previously 0807.
PM service 41A currently departing school at 1520 will now depart at 1515.
PM service 42A departing school at 1545 will no longer operate.
In addition to this we will be diverting one journey in the morning and afternoon on our service 5, Warrington to Altrincham, through Partington. In the morning this will arrive from Altrincham/Partington at LHS at 0815, and depart 1522 towards Partington/Altrincham.
Last summer, I published a three year School Improvement Plan following extensive consultation with students, staff and parents; this has been on the website all year. I have now added a review against each area of the Plan, which you can read here (the review comments are in red font). It may take a few minutes to read, but I encourage you to set aside some time to do so. We have had a really successful year and there can be no question that the school is improving rapidly. It was nice to see that the editor of Lymm Life referred recently to a “feel good factor” returning to the school and that seems to sum things up very well. I will always try hard to avoid the trap of over-stating how well things are going, but I will say that I could not be more pleased with the progress made this year. We are very heavily over-subscribed for September, staff morale is good and the foundations are now in place to really push forward. Thank you all very much indeed for your continued support.
Mr Williams – Headteacher