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Job Vacancy: Teacher of Science

Posted 23rd March 2017

Job Vacancy: Teacher of Science

LCS has a vacancy for the position of: Teacher of Science.

For more information please see the Job Vacancies Page.

Pastures Hill Incident - Friday 3rd March 2017

Posted 21st March 2017

All pupils should have received a letter regarding the Incident on Pastures Hill on Friday 3rd March.

If you think you have missed out on the letter, you can read it below, or download a copy from the Letters Home page.

Incident on Pastures Hill Friday 3rd March 2017

Most of you will be aware of a serious incident which occurred on the date above. Mr. J. Wilding, Deputy Headteacher, was physically assaulted whilst trying to protect our pupils from 4 youths he believed were intending to commit a physical attack. I would like to pay tribute to Mr. Wilding’s brave and selfless actions in the cause of the safety of your children.

Since the incident, several pupils and parents have given us names of those who may be responsible, and we believe that these names are widely known in the community. We have passed this information on to the Police. Unfortunately, as of now, few people have actually come forward to the Police giving any identification or other information about the suspects.

I am sure you would agree that the person responsible for this assault, and their accomplices, should be caught, and dealt with for their actions. As the situation stands, there is a significant chance that this may not happen, due to the lack of information Police have so far received. As well as providing some justice for the victim, I believe strong action is necessary so that my staff and your children are protected from those in our community who appear intent on committing acts of violence.

I ask all those with information to consider your duty in this matter and to protect the school community from danger. I ask you to speak to the Police without delay by contacting 101.

If you do not want to speak directly to the Police you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers. When you contact them you won't be identified; the only person who knows you contacted Crimestoppers with information is you.

You can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or on-line at https://crimestoppers-uk.org/give-information/give-information-online/

Yours sincerely,

Mr A. Venkatesh


Robert Burns Recitation Competition

Posted 20th March 2017

The Derby Scottish Association and Burns Club are holding a Robert Burns recitation competition later this year (November). The competition would involve pupils learning and reciting a poem or extract of a poem by Robert Burns (widely regarded as the national poet of Scotland).

Pupils would be expected to recite their poem or extracts and make a short presentation on what appeals to them about the poem.

Prizes for the competition will include ‘INTU’ vouchers. The winner and first runner-up will also be invited as guests, along with parents, to the Robert Burns Anniversary Dinner in January 2018 to recite their poem as part of the evening’s entertainment.

This competition is open to pupils in Year 7, 8, 12 and 13.

If any pupil is interested in entering, they should contact Mr Bisset in S18 or G4.

Year 8 Interim Reports / Exams Letters

Posted 10th March 2017

Year 8 pupils should have received a letter regarding Interim Reports and End of Year Exams.

If you think you have missed out on the letter, you can download a copy from the Letters Home page.

February Newsletter

Posted 10th February 2017

February Newsletter

The February 2017 edition of the LCS Newsletter is now available to download.

You can download it from Parents > Communications > Newsletter.

Adult Ed. Courses - January 2017

Posted 4th January 2017

Adult Ed. Courses - January 2017

The list of Adult Education classes beginning in January at LCS is now available.

For more information please see Facilities > Adult Education at LCS.