NEWS OF PAST STUDENTS
Congratulations to the following past students:
Congratulations to Alex Ringer who has recently achieved a 2:1 BSc in Biological Sciences from Exeter University.
We would love to hear of more news of our past students. If parents/friends are aware of any results etc, please do tell us and we will be glad to publish them.
INSTRUMENTAL LESSONS TIMETABLE
The timetable for the second half of the Summer Term is attached
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YEAR 12 MOCK RESULTS
Year 12 Mock Results will be sent home with students on Friday 28th March.
YEAR 13 MOCK RESULTS
Year 13 Mock Results will be sent home with students on Thursday 3rd April.
IMPORTANT TRAVEL INFORMATION!
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INTER-SCHOOL ROTARY CLUB DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY CHAMPIONS!
Congratulations to Kieran Tazey and Ruth Churchill for winning the inter-school Rotary Club Design and Technology challenge.
YEAR 12 CONSULTATION EVENING
The year 12 Consultation Evening will be held in the Portland Block on Tuesday 28th January. Students have been given an appointment booking form and these should be made to see teachers between 4.30pm to 6.00pm and then between 6.30pm to 8.30pm. Please contact Mandy Franklin in the Sixth Form Office if you have any questions
2014 SIXTH FORM APPLICATIONS
Please be advised that the 2014 Sixth Form application forms are now available on the school website. Please click here! for more details.
YEAR 12 STUDENT REPORTS
Please be advised that year 12 student reports were sent home (with students) on Thursday 19th December.
IMPORTANT TRAVEL INFORMATION - 720 BUS
**IMPORTANT ARRANGEMENTS FOR 720 BUS LAST DAY OF TERM**Students travelling on the 720 bus on Friday 20th December will need to purchase a single ticket only in the morning. Please keep the ticket with you, you are then able to travel on the 720 to go home. The journey home will cost £1.00
LYTCHETT STUDENT WINS PRESTIGIOUS SCIENCE PRIZE
Congratulations to Luke Scriven (Year 10, Portland) who has been awarded the STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory Annual School Prize for his excellent work at Key Stage 3 and his commitment and scientific approach in his work for his CREST Award. Luke has already achieved his Bronze CREST Award and is currently working towards his Silver CREST Award for which he is carrying out a series of practical investigations, culturing E.coli bacteria and treating them with a range of household products to see if any of these products have antimicrobial properties.
LYTCHETT STUDENT TO REPRESENT GREAT BRITAIN IN YACHTING
Sam Whaley of Year 12 has recently achieved selection by the Royal Yachting Association to join the RYA Volvo Laser Radial UK Youth Squad following his result at the recent Laser Inland Championships. As one of a very small group of only 15 youth sailors, this is an immense achievement for Sam, and his talent, hard work and success in sailing his Laser has been recognised by the RYA in this way. He has an exciting 2014 ahead, where he will be expected to train very hard, compete in targeted events throughout the UK, and represent his country GBR in competitions internationally. Congratulations Sam!
LYTCHETT'S WINNING STORYTELLER
Lytchett Minster School's Linus Head has won a national creative writing competition run by education charity AQA. The details were published in the Daily Echo, and the article is available to download here.
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INSTRUMENTAL LESSON APPLICATION
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LYTCHETT WINS NATIONAL MATHS COMPETITION
Congratulations to Stefan Webster of Year 13 who recently won a national Maths competition run by The Institute of Mathematics and its Application in conjunction with Transversal Technology. The focus of the competition was to get students excited about studying maths and to highlight its importance in the real world. The competition challenged students aged 16 to 18 to solve a series of maths problems based on sailing. As one of the six winners, Stefan will have a day training on the water with Olympic sailor Sarah Ayton and the next day put his new skills to the test as he and the other winners take part in the annual Transversal Charity Cup. This sees teams compete in a yacht race from Cowes, Isle of Wight to Port Hamble, Southampton to win money for their chosen charity. Well done to Stefan and we hope he has a fantastic couple of days.
LYTCHETT ELITE ATHLETE PROGRAMME
This year saw the launch of the Lytchett Elite Athlete Programme, the Physical Education Department's commitment to its most able and talented sports performers. Among the students we have national standard performers in a range of sports as well as many representing their county.
The programme began with a presentation to parents about the realities of parenting a child whose sporting commitments can occupy a huge share of their free time. This was followed by a similar presentation to the selected athletes. The programme has been introduced in order to inspire, challenge and educate those with the potential to secure a career in the world of sport and sport science. During the course of the year the students have been fortunate to spend two afternoons involved in question and answer sessions. The first was with Simon Briscoe, Lead Performance Analyst for Team GB Sailing whereby the students got to see and hold some real Olympic medals. Shortly after this the students met Ben Williams and Bath RFC who introduced them to the life of a professional rugby player. Students also benefitted from three visits. The first was to Twickenham, home of England Rugby, the day before the famous victory against the all blacks. The second was to the Emirates Stadium, home of Arsenal football club and the third was to Bath University for some physiological field tests.
The programme has been a real inspiration for all, and all students school wide are invited to complete a profile form if the believe that they may be at the required standard for next year's course.
LOCKYERS CHARITY TRUST
Are you between 18 and 25 years of age and live in the Parish of Lytchett Minster and Upton and studying at FE or HE? You might be eligible for funding from the Lockyer's Charity Trust!
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