Take My Child To Work Day

This morning during form time, students who will go to work on Tuesday 5th December have been given a printed copy of a Work Day Activity Booklet. If any students didn’t collect theirs today it will be available during form time on Monday. A link to the booklet can be found by clicking here. Students will find it useful to support their engagement with their work activities.

For students who will come into school as normal on Tuesday, we have a programme of careers activities arranged with external providers.

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs Hughes on lhughes@lymmhigh.org.uk

Thank you

Year 13 – UCAS Applications

Dear Parent / Carer,

There are still some year 13 students who have not yet submitted their UCAS applications to school for us to check prior to sending to UCAS. It is is vital that we receive these as soon as possible to allow enough time for checking all them. Students can expect the checking process to take between 1 to 2 weeks which involves thorough checks, referencing and discussions with the student prior to school sending the application to UCAS. Therefore, if your year 13 child has not yet sent their UCAS application to school, please encourage them to do so as soon as possible. We require them all to be submitted at the latest by Christmas, but the earlier the better, so that we can ensure they are all submitted in time for the UCAS deadline in January.

If you have any questions regarding your child’s UCAS application, or need any support whatsoever, please contact Mrs Hughes on lhughes@lymmhigh.org.uk

Many thanks for your support.

Sixth Form

Year 12 Trips – Deadline

Dear Parent or Carer,

If you haven’t done so already, please ensure you have signed your child up on ParentPay by this evening for the two Year 12 trips – Liverpool University and Safe Drive Stay Alive.

These trips are mandatory, unless special considerations need to be made. We appreciate not every student will want to go to university or know what they want to do after Sixth Form at this time, however it is in the best interest of the year group to have the opportunity to visit a university and understand more about the higher education pathway should they wish to take this opportunity up at any point in their life.

If you are not giving your consent on ParentPay for your child to attend both trips, please contact Sixth Form.

Thank you for your support.

Sixth Form