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Uganda Project: 00s Night - Friday 31st January

Posted 29th January 2020

Uganda Project: 00s Night - Friday 31st January

LCS is hosting a 00s night in aid of the LCS Uganda Project on Friday 31st January.

The event will run from approximately 19:30 to 22:30 in the LCS Main Hall (doors open at 19:00).

The evening will focus on the music of the 2000s and will feature live performances and DJ Sets. A licensed bar will be available.

Tickets are available on the door priced at £5 each. All proceeds will go to the LCS Uganda Project 2020.

Job Vacancy: Duke of Edinburgh Award Administrator/Verifier

Posted 21st January 2020

Job Vacancy: Duke of Edinburgh Award Administrator/Verifier

LCS has a vacancy for the position of: Duke of Edinburgh Award Administrator/Verifier.

For more information please see the Job Vacancies Page.

Young Performers Showcase - 11th February

Posted 13th January 2020

Young Performers Showcase - 11th February

The LCS Young Performers Showcase will take place on Tuesday 11th February at 7pm. Tickets can be purchased in school from C14.

Prices are as follows:

Ticket Price
Adult £4.00
Concession £3.00
Family £12.00

Young Performers Poster

Year 9 Options

Posted 13th January 2020

GCSE Option Choices forms and supporting information for Year 9 students are now available.

Note: The deadline for Year 9 students to submit their Option Choices form is Tuesday 28th January.

You can find the information at Parents > Year 9 Options.

Job Vacancy: Teacher of Technology

Posted 9th January 2020

Job Vacancy: Teacher of Technology

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

For more information please see the Job Vacancies Page.

Goodbye Mr Venkatesh!

Posted 20th December 2019

Goodbye Mr Venkatesh!

LCS Headteacher Mr Venkatesh today arrived in a chauffeur driven car for his last day at LCS.

As a brass band played the tune from Mastermind (Mr Venkatesh was famously on the show, winning his heat!), Mr Venkatesh emerged from the silver car amid cheers and applause from the hundreds of LCS students and staff lining the road.

After 17 years, first as Deputy Head and then Headteacher, Mr Venkatesh will now hand over the reins of LCS to new Acting Headteacher, Mr Wilding.

The LCS community thanks Mr Venkatesh and wishes him all the best in his retirement.

Farewell Message from Mr Venkatesh

Posted 18th December 2019

Farewell Message from Mr Venkatesh

Mr Venkatesh, who leaves LCS at the end of December after 17 years, has written a message of farewell to the LCS Community.

Please find the full message below:

Farewell Message from Mr Venkatesh

First of all, I would like to express my sincere thanks for the kindness and generosity shown to me this term, as I come towards the end of my 17 years at Littleover. The gifts I have received will be treasured and enjoyed, and the personal messages will be remembered.

When I arrived at Littleover, it was a successful school with pride in its achievements. I have been fortunate indeed to be able to play my small part in maintaining our high standards, firstly as Deputy to the extraordinary David Nichols, and more recently as Headteacher. As always, it has been a team effort, and I would like to pay tribute to all the staff, students, governors and parents who have worked together, sometimes in difficult circumstances, to keep us on track.

Globally and nationally, the picture is unstable and worrying for many of us. All the more important then, to stick to our own core values, and control the things we can, ensuring that at least within the school we maintain a positive spirit and allow diversity and excellence to flourish, in a civilised and caring environment.

I leave the school in the capable hands of Mr Wilding, who has shown over many years the strength of his commitment to LCS and has played a large part in its current success. He will be able supported by an experienced and professional senior team, and a whole staff determined to improve the school even further. With your continuing support, Littleover Community School will go from strength to strength.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, from me to everyone associated with LCS.

Thank you.

Mr A Venkatesh

Last Day of Term

Posted 18th December 2019

School will finish at 1:40pm on Friday 20th December, the last day of term.

There will be a school bus available to pupils at the end of the school day, as normal, at 1:40pm.

Students return to school on Monday 6th January.

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