Student Services

The dedicated Student Services team offer help, advice, guidance and support to all pupils within the Lymm High School community.

The Student Services team work closely with the Heads of Year, acting as a first point of contact for pupils, parents and staff.

Please contact us if you require any assistance, information or have a query.

We are friendly, approachable and welcome pupils, parents and carers.

01925 750711

Hours 8.00am – 4.00pm


Ruth Ball – Designated Safeguarding Lead/Head of Student Services
01925 755458 ext. 258

Kerry Hayes Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead
01925 755458 ext. 522

Student Services Administrator

Anne Mogey – Student Services Administrator
01925 755458 ext. 555


Debbie Green – KS3 Attendance Officer
01925 755458 ext. 148

Leanne Mitchell KS4 Attendance Officer
01925 755458 ext. 109

Pastoral Care

Tracey Williams  Pastoral Manager (Year 7)
01925 755458 ext. 163

Nicole Carrington – Pastoral Manager (Year 8)
01925 755458 ext. 242

Holly McMullen – Pastoral Manager (Year 9)
01925 755458 ext. 257

Nicole Purslow– Lead Pastoral Manager (Year 10)
01925 755458 ext. 256

Catherine Lambert Lead Pastoral Manager (Year 11)
01925 755458 ext. 255


Mental Health

Ruth Hunter – Designated Lead for Mental Health/Pastoral Manager
01925 755458 ext. 147

Ellie Newton Mental Health and Wellbeing Manager
01925 755458 ext. 194

First Aid

Rachel Shawcross – First Aider
01925 755458 ext. 123


Medical Facilities at Lymm High School

If your son/daughter feels unwell during the school day, there is a medical room based in Student Services. This facility is for emergency first aid only.

We do not have a qualified doctor or nurse on site so we cannot diagnose any illnesses or medical problems that a student may have. If your child is unwell then please contact your local GP in the first instance.

We can administer First Aid, but we do not have nor can we give out any medication to students unless it has been prescribed by their GP and they have been instructed to take it during the school day. Parents must then fill out the appropriate school medical forms. All medication must be in the original labelled packaging with the pupils name on it and full prescription details as dispensed by the pharmacist. No loose medication will be accepted. All medication is then stored in locked cupboards in the medical room.

For further information please direct your enquiries to our First Aider via the school’s telephone number.