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Sandwalk raising funds for cancer charities

More than 1,100 staff and students took part in Lytchett Minster School’s annual Sandwalk along Bournemouth and Poole's beaches on Friday, 6 July, in a bid to raise £20,000 for the Poole Hospital Charity and CLIC Sargent. Organisers, Simon Wyatt and Jo Biddle, said: "All students were invited to take part in the day and it is very rare for us to leave anybody in school when the option is a walk...
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Literature Festival: Bringing Reading to Life!

The staff and students at Lytchett Minster School are delighted to be welcoming some wonderful authors and illustrators to work with Years 7, 8 and 9 in the school's five day celebration of literature. Months of intense planning and preparation by our librarian, Clair Bossons, have culminated in the school's inaugural Literature Festival. The festival promises to have something for everyone as ...
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Sea King Helicopter visits Lytchett

On Monday, 2 July, students from Lytchett Minster School gathered to see a Royal Navy Sea King helicopter landing on the school field. The crew allowed students to tour the helicopter. The students were really impressed with the smoothness of the landing but were surprised at how cramped the conditions were for the five crew members. The crew explained that the Sea King was about to be taken ou...
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Charity Sandwalk 2018

Our annual charity Sandwalk takes place on Friday, 6 July, with over 1,100 staff and students walking along the beach in support of Poole Hospital Charity and CLIC Sargent. Both charities have, and are, supporting current and former students of the school. Pictured here is Luna Vitolo, who designed the logo for the back of the t-shirts that have the charities’ logos on the front. Good luck to a...
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Bronze D of E Expeditions

Over sixty Year 10 students have successfully completed their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award expeditions this year. Congratulations to teams from both weekends, who all showed great spirit. The staff and parent helpers were very proud of you all!
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