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The Lampard Community School

School Blog

We will be updating this section during residentials, project weeks and with other news throughout the year.

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  • 13/06/19

    Torridge Class - Drama Production

    As part of our work in Drama this term, students from Torridge have been writing their own plays to represent their chosen book from the nominations for the Greenaway Award. Students chose ‘Ocean Meets Sky’ and ‘The Wolf, The Duck and The Mouse’. The Kate Greenaway Medal w...
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  • 13/06/19

    Upper School Residential - Day 2

    Day 2 has been another exciting day! After breakfast, we took the water taxi across to the incredible Aquarium - what a place! We spent hours surrounded by the most amazing marine life, including sharks, turtles and rays! (We also think we found Nemo...!) This afternoon we spent exploring Plymouth c...
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  • 13/06/19

    Upper School Residential - Day 3

    Day 3 has been all about getting active! Kayaking, orienteering and archery. We did not let rain stop play! We are starting to feel rather tired after all our exertions but are very much looking forward to tonight’s disco! Here’s looking forward to getting our groove on... we’ll se...
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  • 12/06/19

    Upper School Residential - Day 1

    Upper School have arrived safely in Plymouth! After checking in, we headed off to the Lido for a bracing outdoor swim! Then back for dinner, and a relaxing evening of board games and a DVD. Looking forward to tomorrow!
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  • 11/06/19

    Upper School Residential

    Our staff and students attending the residential departed school in a joyful mood this morning. They are very excited and looking forward to their activities during the next 4 days. We hope they have a lovely time and that the rain holds off for them.
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  • 16/05/19

    Exe Class Update - May 2019

    Exes have been learning about medicines and first aid after finishing learning about CPR. We have also been taking our learning outside, making clocks and practicing time skills as well as counting and sorting different things we collect. Some students have then worked on sharing amount in half a...
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  • 10/05/19

    Dart Class and the Home Office

    Upper School students in Dart class have been following news stories in recent months. They were intrigued by the recent case of British teenager Shamima Begum, who left the UK aged 15 to travel to Syria and be part of Isis. Students wrote letters to Sajid Javid MP, the Home Secretary, expressing...
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  • 01/05/19

    Middle School Non-Residential Activites

    Those students that did not attend the Middle School residential had an action packed three days at school with lots of different activities for them to take part in, despite the wet weather! Some of these included: A trip to the Milky Way, cooking banana muffins, a trip to St Johns Garden Ce...
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  • 05/04/19

    Waldons Cafe

    Waldon had a truly amazing day today! They all worked incredibly hard and I think I really showed! They would like to say a huge thank you to all the classes who came and showed their support.
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  • 04/04/19

    David Reeves-Payne visits Upper School

    Artist David Reeves-Payne visited the Upper school art groups to talk about his career and give students tips on improving their work. David’s work can be viewed  here. David will be returning to Lampard to run some workshops with our art students.  
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  • 01/04/19

    Middle School Careers Fair

    This term in Middle School we have been learning about different types of jobs and voluntary work. This ended with a job fair on Tuesday 26th March, where people from different companies came in to talk to and inspire our students. Our students found out lots of information about different j...
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  • 13/03/19

    Fantastic Festive Flutes!

    Today, some of our talented Music students were lucky enough to see a magical live performance by the North Devon Sinfonia Festive Flute Ensemble! Who knew flutes came in so many shapes and sizes? Or that they could sound so much like dragons, cockerels, rats and forlorn maidens? But what did...
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