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Aug 23, 2018

Posted by:rbramley

Dear Parents, Carers and Friends Good GCSE results to add to the very pleasing A level results last week – so a very good summer for the students and the school. School opens for Year 13 students on Tuesday 4th September from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for enrolment into Year 13. All new Year 12 students...

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Headteacher's Blog

Aug 16, 2018

Posted by:rbramley

Dear Parents, Carers and Friends On Thursday we were celebrating the excellent results achieved by our sixth form students.  Although A level examinations have become harder, our students put on their ‘A’ game and achieved 44 A and 13 A* grades with 18 of our 68 students achieving at least 2 A/A* grades.  These are our...

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Headteacher's Blog

Aug 15, 2018

Posted by:rbramley

Dear Parents, Carers and Friends I hope everyone is having a pleasant summer. A level results Year 13 students can come in for A level exam results from 8:30 a.m. tomorrow (Thursday 16th August) and Year 12 students can collect AS results from 10:30 a.m. Lower school ties Our uniform suppliers, Rumours in Scarborough, have inadvertently supplied some wrong ties...

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Headteacher's Blog

Jul 9, 2018

Posted by:rbramley

Dear Parents, Carers and Friends The Year 6 to 7 transition evening will now be on Wednesday 18th July at 6:30 p.m.  I am really sorry that we have had to move the evening and we hope that all the children in Year 6 who are coming to us in September will still be able to...

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Headteacher's Blog

Jul 8, 2018

Posted by:rbramley

Dear Parents, Carers and Friends Congratulations to the England football team who have made it through to the semi-finals of the World Cup for the first time since 1990.  It is fair to say that when we planned the calendar for 2017-18 this possibility was not at the forefront of our minds.  We are now in...

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Headteacher's Blog

Jul 1, 2018

Posted by:rbramley

Dear Parents, Carers and Friends Absolutely fantastic Year 11 prom on Friday night. The lads and lasses looked lovely and had a great evening.  Huge thanks to the Downe Arms for the venue and the excellent food,  Kenny and Annie for the disco, staff for coming along and joining in the celebrations and Dawn Briston for...

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Headteacher's Blog

May 4, 2018

Posted by:rbramley

Dear Parents, Carers and Friends It is nice to hear nice things and today my transport manager, Mr Blythe, told me that two bus drivers had individually complimented our students from Thornton Le Dale and Scarborough on their behaviour and manners on the journeys to and from school.   We do have lovely students here and it...

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Sep 18, 2017

Headteacher's Blog


Category:Headteacher,General,
Posted by: rbramley

LADY LUMLEY’S SCHOOL

Year 5 and 6 Open Evening – Wednesday 4th October 2017

Choosing the right school for your child is one of the most important decisions a parent or carer can make.  All of us want our children to be happy, healthy and to be successful in their own way.  Every child is unique and every child’s success can be measured in different ways.  You want to choose a school where your child will feel safe, be looked after and cared for, be challenged and be encouraged to do as well as they possibly can.  The young person’s experience in the five or seven years of secondary school is as much about relationships, ethos and support as it is about academic rigour and examination results.

Lady Lumley’s School gets good examination results for its students, not because we focus on these examinations as the be-all and end-all of schooling, but because we care about each individual and we know how to support and challenge each student.  We do some things differently at Lady Lumley’s because we know these things work; we are pretty much mixed ability throughout the school, there are no bells (more civilised and better punctuality) and three 100 minutes lessons a day.  Lady Lumley’s School places ‘knowing your students’ and ‘quality first teaching’ at the heart of everything it does.  Because of this, we get the teaching right, the learning right and the natural outcome is the strong achievement of the students.

We have well-qualified, highly motivated and dedicated staff, great students, wonderful facilities and high expectations.  Being an 11 to 18 school, our teachers have very high level subject expertise and this feeds into lessons throughout the school.  Our excellent sixth form students act as role models and mentors for younger students and give them a vision of the opportunities ahead.  We challenge ourselves as staff to continually improve what we do and to model the behaviours we want in our students.  The school motto is ‘Lady Lumley’s Loves Learning’ and that means creating a supportive environment where everyone feels safe and secure and can take the risks necessary to learn new things. 

Lady Lumley’s Open Evening is an opportunity for you and your child to see the school and to find out as much as you can what life at Lady Lumley’s will be like.  We are very proud of the school and we want you to see as many classes, staff and students and as much of the school as you can.  When you come on the evening, please talk to the students who are already here and ask as many questions as you wish.  Look at everything on offer, talk to as many people as possible and get a ‘feel’ for the school.  I am sure you will know if it’s right for you.

Richard Bramley, Headteacher  

Pickering Community Junior School

6:00 – 6:30 p.m.          Hall – Headteacher's talk

6:30 – 8:30 p.m.          See the school - visit classrooms etc

8:00 p.m.                     School Leadership team available for questions

 

All other Primary Schools

6:00 – 7:00 p.m.          See the school - visit classrooms etc

7:00 – 7:30 p.m.          Hall – Headteacher's talk

7:30 – 8:30 p.m.          See the school - visit classrooms etc

8:00 p.m.                     School Leadership team available for questions

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Context and Ethos

Richard Bramley has been headteacher at Lady Lumley's since 2007.

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Sixth Form

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