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Recently Year 10 Art and Design students and English Creative Writers were approached by Andy Murray, a representative from a local committee of residents, who are in the process of generating interest in the restoration of Guisborough Town Hall.

Please visit Kellen Hadfield’s official Member of Youth Parliament page on Facebook. 

Please check out this superb Free app (with some in app purchases) which allows parents to challenge, support, track and reward their children’s involvement in physical activity. Through a variety of fun, challenging and progressively more difficult activities, you can help and monitor your child’s involvement in regular fun exercise.

BTEC Dance student Maddie (Y10) is part the Dance Magic elite competition squad and attended a competition called Diva Divo at the weekend at the Bridlington Spa concert venue.

New Member of Youth Parliament takes office

Laurence Jackson School pupil Kellen Hadfield has fought off tough competition to be elected as Redcar and Cleveland’s new Member of Youth Parliament.

We have recently received the fantastic news that LJS is in the top 100 schools, verified by the Youth Sports Trust! Mr Tyzack received the fantastic news via the letter attached this week and it is a testiment to the fantastic work and achievements of the LJS PE staff and students as well as the rest of the staff who support our fantastic sport enrichment programme and PE competitions.

On Sunday 19 February, Amy C (Y11) won the North Eastern Indoor 60m Hurdles Gold medal in a new Championship record of 8.84secs.

Year 9 Netball – Redcar and Cleveland Champions


Congratulations to our fantastic Year 9 netball team who became the Redcar and Cleveland Champions again last night. They were undefeated throughout the tournament. Well done Miss Eltringham and the team!

KS4 Boys Badminton Team Success

Congratulations to the KS4 Boys badminton team for winning the Tees Valley Finals in January. As a result they will compete in the North of England Championships in March hoping to qualify for the National Finals for the second consecutive year.

Laurence Jackson School has been awarded the 'Better Health at Work’ Gold Award.

The school achieved a Bronze Award three years ago, progressing to the Gold Award this year and has been cited as a Redcar & Cleveland Council exemplar submission.

LJS was visited by a team of inspectors on the 22nd & 23rd November, under the leadership of Malcolm Kirtley HMI. The overall feedback was extremely positive with the school being rated “Good” with several outstanding elements for Teaching & Learning, Personal Development, Well-being, Behaviour and Leadership.

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