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Jan 13, 2017

Posted by:rbramley

Dear Parents, Carers and Friends Just over a year since we had our first visit from the Archbishop of York whilst he was on a pilgrimage through his diocese, we were pleased to welcome John Sentamu and his team back to Lady Lumley’s this Friday.  The guests had a tour of the school, lunch and a...

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Headteacher's Blog

Jan 13, 2017

Posted by:rbramley

Dear Parents, Carers and Friends SNOW UPDATE 8:34 a.m. 128 bus now moving at Brompton so should be now be on its way here SNOW UPDATE 8:20 a.m. 128 bus having difficulty getting up the hill at Brompton. SNOW UPDATE 8:05 a.m. School is open today and there is a thin layer of snow on the ground.  Traffic moving OK but slippery...

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Headteacher's Blog

Jan 8, 2017

Posted by:rbramley

SKI TRIP UPDATE Latest news as at 15:45 Sunday.  Still moving slowly due to poor weather and so missed the assigned flight.  The staff and students will be staying overnight in hotel in Munich and travel company and airline working on finding flights tomorrow.  Staff with the skiing trip will contact parents when firm detials are...

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Headteacher's Blog

Jan 8, 2017

Posted by:rbramley

SKI TRIP UPDATE

Ski trip may be late as bad weather affecting transport.  Could miss assigned flight.  Airline aware.  Everybody OK.  Will update as soon as I know more.

Posted 13:50 Sunday

Richard Bramley

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Headteacher's Blog

Jan 6, 2017

Posted by:rbramley

Dear Parents, Carers and Friends

Happy New Year.  Just received a lovely photograph from the school's ski trip in Austria.  Looks and sounds like they are having a great time - I'm not jealous at all!

Richard Bramley






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Headteacher's Blog

Dec 16, 2016

Posted by:rbramley

Dear Parents, Carers and Friends We finished the term with a lovely Key Stage 3 assembly including songs from the school choir, a song written and performed by the Year 10 GCSE music group and a rousing singalong of Jingle Bells and Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer.  Hannah Woodward (head girl) led the singing ably accompanied by...

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Y9 Consultation Evening

Dec 7, 2016

Posted by:administrator

Dear Parents/Carers and Year 9 Students, Year 9 Consultation Evening Thursday 8 December 2016 - 4.30pm – 7.30pm Now that students have settled into Year 9, we feel that this is an important time to meet to discuss progress in the different subject areas.  We are therefore pleased to invite parents and students to a Consultation Evening...

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Jan 13, 2017

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Dear Parents, Carers and Friends

Just over a year since we had our first visit from the Archbishop of York whilst he was on a pilgrimage through his diocese, we were pleased to welcome John Sentamu and his team back to Lady Lumley’s this Friday.  The guests had a tour of the school, lunch and a QnA session with students.   Two of our Year 8 boys, David Corney and Greg Towner showed the Archbishop around the school and he had a chance to talk to students in Art and Spanish classes. The Archbishop had an excellent school lunch in the canteen (thank you Mrs Best and team) with Lorraine Phippen, David, Greg and me.  We were also joined on the day by Father Antony Pritchett and Father Christopher Johnson from Pickering Parish Church.  Rather than hand-pick students to talk to the Archbishop (something he did not want) we asked the 17th student from each tutor group in Years 7 to 11 to meet him for 45 minutes in the afternoon.  The Archbishop was very open and honest in his replies to the students’ questions, including one which asked his opinion of the president elect of the United States.  It was lovely to be able to host the visit and the students appreciated the opportunity to meet him.

Richard Bramley





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