Our Halloween Party will be on 26 October between 5.30 and 7.30pm!
More details to follow soon.
We will be having another Chippy Lunch on Thursday 25 October from 12.15pm to 1pm.
Flu vaccinations will take place on the afternoon of Monday 22nd October 2018 for pupils in Years 1 - 5. As children will not be able to receive this vaccination at their GP unless there is an identified health problem, this clinic is part of a vaccination programme available in Nottinghamshire and delivered by the School-Aged Immunisation Team.
Parental consent forms will be sent home in September for completion.
For more information about the Immunisation Team, click here.
For more information about Children's flu vaccines, click here.
Lammas Student Council will be hosting a MacMillan coffee morning for our parents on Friday 28th September. Please feel free to join us for a coffee (or tea!) and cake - the perfect breakfast - in the main hall between 8:30 - 10:30 am. Any donations of cakes would be most welcome.
In celebration of the end of the academic year, we will be hosting a Summer Fayre on Friday 13th July at 1:30 pm. The afternoon will include stalls, games and raffles with prizes donated by the local community.
Today is Chippy Lunch Day, where staff and students order from a local restaurant owned by one of our student's parents. Juniors, Seniors and Staff all meet in the school hall and enjoy lunch together.
The next chippy lunch will take place on Thursday 12th July.
Transition Day is a chance for every student to meet their teachers and discover what's ahead before they move up a year group in September. This year, Transition Day will take place on Friday 6th July.
From Monday 2nd July to Friday 6th July, all our Year 10 students will be on work experience.
On Monday 2nd July, all staff and students in years 1-9 will be going on a school trip to Brierley Forest Park. Children will be split into their houses for a day filled with activities based on the curriculum and building life/social skills. The trip will be provided at no extra cost to parents, however, students can dress in non-uniform for the day for a £1.00 donation per child. Please note that some of the activities will be physical/hands on and as such students may become dirty by the end of the day.
We will be walking to and from the park and students are therefore asked to wear suitable footwear. They should also bring with them in a rucksack:
We will be holding our Junior School parents' evening on Tuesday 12th June at 3:30pm.