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Year 13 - November Review & Letter

Posted 22nd November 2018

Year 13 - November Review & Letter Year 13 students should have received a letter regarding November reviews and SMART targets.

Reviews are now available via Go4Schools.

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

Sixth Form Applications

Posted 24th October 2018

Sixth Form Applications

Students may apply for 2019 entry into LCS Sixth form from approximately 9am on Wednesday 24th October.

Applications will be via an online form which will be made available via Sixth Form > Applications.

The deadline for applications is 4pm on Friday 7th December.

 

Business Studies Revision Guides

Posted 18th October 2018

CGP GCSE Business Revision Guides for those students wishing to order, will be available early November.

Payment can be made via Wisepay. The price through school is £2.75 (rrp £5.95).

The last day for orders is 8th November.

Job Vacancy: Cleaner

Posted 9th October 2018

Job Vacancy: Cleaner

LCS has a vacancy for the position of: Cleaner.

For more information please see the Job Vacancies Page.

Sixth Form Open Evening - 23rd October

Posted 3rd October 2018

Sixth Form Open Evening - 23rd October

The LCS Sixth Form Open Evening will be held on Tuesday 23rd October 2018 from 5.45pm to 7.30pm. This event will take place in S Block and the Sports Hall.

As well as having the opportunity to visit different subject stalls and the purpose-built 6th Form block there will also be two separate formal presentations both covering issues such as entry requirements, the application process, expectations, ethos and facilities. These identical presentations will commence at 5.45pm and 6.30pm (you will only need to attend one of these).

You will also have the opportunity to talk to current students. 

Prospectuses including details of how to apply, course content and organisation will be available on the evening and also via the school website after this date.

Open Day and Evening - Thursday 4th October, 2018

Posted 24th September 2018

LCS will be holding our Open Day and Open Evening on Thursday 4th October, 2018, when you and your child will have the opportunity to find out more about Littleover Community School.

Open Day

The school will be open to the public on the morning of 4th October, between 10.00 am and 12 noon. Lessons will continue as usual and visitors will be able to enter classrooms and observe us at work on a normal Thursday morning. Student Guides will help to show you around and refreshments will be available afterwards, when there will be a chance to ask questions and discuss what you have seen with senior staff.

Open Evening

LCS' Open Evening will be held from 5.30pm to 7.00pm on the same day. There will be a programme of continuous displays and exhibitions, together with timed events. A meeting will be held at 7.00 pm in the School Hall for parents of prospective students for September 2019.

A one-way system will be in operation during open evening and visitors should arrive via the Pastures Hill entrance and leave through the bottom exit on Fresco Drive. There will be limited parking on site but if you can avoid arriving by car, this would be advisable.

I do hope you will be able to attend one or both of these events, and I look forward to meeting you. If I can be of further help, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Mr A Venkatesh
Headteacher

Keeping Your Children Safe

Posted 24th September 2018

We are very concerned about the road safety situation on Pastures Hill at school picking up time (3.15-3.30pm).

In order to keep your children safe we ask that:

  • You arrange to pick them up well away from the school gates. A short extra distance to walk will not be a problem.
  • You do not pick up your child on the opposite side of Pastures Hill from the school.
  • You do not encourage your child to cross Pastures Hill, except at the marked crossings.
  • You avoid obstructing the flow of traffic and blocking the drives of local residents.

If possible, encourage your child to walk or cycle to school. This is healthier for them, and safer for all students.
Thank you for your consideration – we want everyone to be safe

Mr A Venkatesh
Headteacher

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