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Local Candidate Meets Students

Local Liberal Democrat candidate Vikki Slade kindly offered some of her time to come into school yesterday afternoon to talk to Sixth Form students about some of the key issues in the upcoming general election. Vikki spent an hour fielding questions from students, discussing issues ranging from mental health and education to environment and constitutional reform - we only just managed to fit in...
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Careers Fair

We are delighted to confirm that we are hosting the careers fair again this year, on Wednesday, 16 October. Many thanks to all the companies who have already said that they will be returning, and to those who are joining us for the first time. Least year, over 400 students visited the fair during the afternoon, with a large number returning after school with their parents. This is an ideal oppo...
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Official Opening of the Pavilion

Tuesday, 17 September marked the stunning new addition to Lytchett Minster School's facilities as the Pavilion was officially opened. In his speech to governors, staff, parents and students of the school, headmaster Andrew Mead praised the landscape architect, Nick Williams-Ellis, for his vision in creating such a beautiful outdoor seating area and thanked the PTA team for their incredible hard wo...
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Lytchett Students’ Prize-Winning Designs

Students from Lytchett Minster School were recipients of the prestigious Dorset ASSET and Valter prizes this year. In a presentation ceremony on Tuesday, 27 August, prize trust chairman Peter Taylor awarded Samuel Lightfoot, Amelia Axford, Eleanor Hind and Rhiannon Weaver with their respective prizes, and presented the Cockbaine Shield to the Headmaster, Andrew Mead, in recognition of the school's...
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Outstanding A Level Results

Lytchett Minster School is once again celebrating some outstanding A level and BTEC level 3 results. The overall A level pass rate this year was 99%, with 78% of exams graded A*-C and 48% graded A*-B. Two students from Lytchett gained places at Oxford University this year; Alice Ashmeade (A*AA) to read Economics and Management, and James Albin (AAA) to read Theology; a third student, Georgia...
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DofE Gold Achievement

Many congratulations to Sixth Formers Brooke Bennetton, Abbie Brockway, Rebecca Kenny and Lydia Paine on the successful completion of their Gold Duke of Edinburgh's Award expedition. The four-day unaided trek across Dartmoor started on Saturday, 20 July, finishing on the afternoon of Tuesday, 23 July. The school's DofE staff teamed up with DofE Dorset to offer the prestigous gold award for the ...
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Sports Day

This year's sports day, held on Tuesday, 16 July, was accompanied by a great festival atmosphere. All students competed fiercely across all events, battling for points on behalf of their houses. The deciding race was the relay, which resulted in Purbeck house being awarded the overall win. Staff commented on how fun the day was, as well as how well the event was organised; in this regard, speci...
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