KS3 Assessment - Further Guidance for Parents/Carers
Laurence Jackson School Summer Production 2019 – Little Shop of Horrors
This year a strong cast of students took part in a fantastic production full of energy and brilliant performances. Little Shop of Horrors, the rock musical comedy about a talking/singing Venus flytrap which eats its unsuspecting victims played to packed houses and impressed audiences over two nights.
Read more and take a look at the photos in our Music Department blog! - CLICK HERE
Congratulations to the staff and 32 students who walked from Castleton to Broadgate Farm, Westerdale, for their Duke of Edinburgh practice camp over the weekend.
On arrival students pitched their tents and cooked an evening meal for themselves.
The following day students broke camp after breakfast and walked back to Castleton following a different route. All of the students preformed excellent under challenging wet conditions but kept their spirits up and finished with a smile on their faces.
This walk and camp has given the student confidence and will stand them in good stead for their final expedition taking place the weekend of 15th June.
Huge congratulations to our KS3 athletics teams for their outstanding individual and team performances at the Redcar and Cleveland Athletics Championships held at Middlesbrough Sports Village on Thursday 16 May. Every student competed with great effort and determination and showed immense pride in wearing the LJS badge. The results were:
Y7 Girls = Joint 1st Place
Y7 Boys = 2nd Place
Y8 Girls = 1st Place
Y8 Boys = 1st Place
Y9 Girls = 1st Place
Y9 Boys = 1st Place
Thanks to Mrs Mitchinson for organising the teams.
Good Luck to Gabrielle (Year 10) who is standing for Member of Youth Parliament for Redcar and Cleveland for the elections on Tuesday 12th Febraury.
You can view Gabrielle’s election campaign video here: https://youtu.be/1Qnrz-c3oQw?list=PLyNgwutBpP49GBntUuatb0D_MvEWUArSs
Good Luck Gabrielle from all at Laurence Jackson School