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4 July 2024 in Latest news

Lammas Election

Today The Lammas School held a spirited mock election that saw enthusiastic participation from students. Despite eager students clamouring to exercise their democratic rights, the J11 Citizenship boys worked tirelessly…
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We are continually updating the information regarding our examinations. We offer a wide range of courses and are always looking to support the aspirations and interests of our students.


The Government recommends school and college performance data for the 2022/2023 academic year should be used with caution as:

  • 2022/23, qualifications returned to pre-pandemic standards. Performance measures that are based on qualification results will reflect this, and cannot be directly compared to measures from 2021/2022.
  • there are ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, which affected individual schools, colleges and students differently.

To see full details of our exam results across KS4 and KS5 please visit The Lammas School’s page on the government’s performance table website, accessible here.

For a summary of our KS4 and KS5 Results (2021/22) please click below.


We wanted to share with our community some of the many positives that the Inspector observed in our latest Ofsted visit:

  • Pupils, parents and carers all agree that the school is improving. The school has raised expectations across all aspects of its work. Pupils said that these higher expectations are fair and that they help them to learn more in class.
  • The school has designed a broad curriculum for all pupils, especially in Years 7 to 9.
  • The school has worked effectively to develop the curriculum by refining and clarifying what pupils need to learn and when.
  • The school’s new personal development programme encourages pupils to explore complex issues such as race, justice and citizenship. The school organises visits to universities, art galleries and various places of worship. Many pupils enjoy taking part in a range of competitive sports against other schools.
  • Pupils’ behaviour in class has improved.
  • Pupils’ conduct around the school has improved too.
  • The school has established a clear system to identify and support pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). Teachers know how to support the needs of pupils with SEND in class.
  • The school organises many educational visits for all pupils to attend, connected to the pupils’ curriculum.
  • The school’s careers programme is particularly helpful and informative.

To see our latest Ofsted Report in full please click here.

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