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A-Level Results

Posted 15th August 2019

A-Level Results

Congratulations to all LCS Year 13 students who received their A Level results today.

Littleover Community School is celebrating its best ever A level results. Over a third of grades were A*-A and nearly 2 thirds of grades were A*-B with 87% of grades being C or above. The average grade was a B. These results are a significant improvement on last year and represent a fantastic achievement for our students and it is great to see the hard work of students and staff rewarded.

Over half of students achieved at least one grade A with 80% of students achieving at least one grade B or above. 2 students achieved 4 A* grades and 4 students achieved 3 A* grades with 17% of students achieving 3 or more A*/A grades. Nearly half of all students achieved three Bs or better and the overall pass rate is 100%.

Although the number of high grades is very pleasing and enables a large number of students to access the most competitive universities, courses and apprenticeships, it is important to note that there are many students throughout the ability range who have, through sheer hard work as well as natural ability, matched or exceeded their target grades, and all deserve congratulations for their achievements.

Key Figures 2019
A* 8.3%
A*-A 34%
A*-B 62%
A*-C 87%
A*-D 96%
A*-E 100%
Avg Points per Entry 39.9
Avg Grade B

Well done!

Charity Week 2019: Final Total

Posted 23rd July 2019

Charity Week 2019: Final Total

Charity Week 2019 raised a total of £4184.40. The money will be split between the Child Africa Uganda project, CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young) and Mind (a mental health charity). Thank you for your support!

The Child Africa Uganda Project is a charity that funds a school in a poverty-ridden area of Uganda where they would usually have to pay for an education. Our school raises money to help those children, builds new sustainable facilities and provides the children with clothing. 

CRY stands for Cardiac Risk in the Young, this charity prevents young. sudden cardiac deaths through awareness, screening, and research as well as supporting affected families.

Mind is a charity that provides advice and support to empower anyone experiencing mental health problems, which is a growing problem within young people.

Safeguarding During the Holidays

Posted 22nd July 2019

Safeguarding During the Holidays

Our recently updated safeguarding section on the LCS website has a great deal of useful information for anyone requiring advice or support during the school holidays.

You can find out more under Safeguarding > During the Holidays.

Sixth Form Induction Packs

Posted 4th July 2019

Sixth Form Induction Packs

Information and preparation packs for LCS Sixth Form students starting in September 2019 are now available to download.

This section contains preparation material for a variety of subjects, as well as the presentation shown during the Sixth Form induction days.

You can find them under Sixth Form > Information for Students > Induction 2019.

Letter to Parents from LCS Governors

Posted 28th June 2019

The LCS Governing Board has sent a letter to parents of all LCS students regarding future plans for the LCS Headteacher position.

The letter can be read in full below:

Dear Parents,

Following the recent announcement from Mr Venkatesh of his intention to step down at the end of 2019, the Governing Board met this week to discuss and agree the next steps.

The Governing Board has asked Mr Jon Wilding, Deputy Headteacher, to take on the role of Acting Headteacher for a year, commencing 1st January 2020. I’m delighted to be able to tell you Mr Wilding accepted.

The transition planning will commence immediately and carry on throughout the Autumn Term 2019. It is likely that other interim roles may be required and/or responsibilities re-distributed, and Mr Wilding will advise at the appropriate time.

The Governing Board will also commence the longer term Headteacher recruitment process. In the meantime, we are confident the interim arrangements will provide continuity, stability and continue the ongoing drive for continuous improvement in student outcomes that Littleover Community School is famous for.

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact me via the school.

Jamie Cameron
Chair of Governors

Parent Questionnaire Results 2018-19

Posted 28th June 2019

The results of the questionnaires carried out at Parents' Evenings during the school year have been collated and are now available to view.

You can find them under Parents > Communications > Parental Questionnaire.