Praise for Students in Lansdowne Achievement Assembly

Our weekly achievement assemblies continue throughout the school. These currently take place online. We look forward to a time when we can all come together safely to celebrate our school achievements.

Head of School Mr Juckes leads the assemblies via Google Classroom. In a recent assembly Mr Juckes commented on the excellent behaviour by our students on a recent trip to the Science Museum.

Other updates included a mention of the Year 13 students who were heading out on an art trip to the Tate Britain Museum.

We also heard how the Year 12 and Year 13 students have worked hard at Roots and Shoots college in Kennington. Earlier in the term they sewed some seeds at Roots and Shoots. These have now been transferred by the students to the Landsdowne garden.

There was also praise of the five students that took part in the virtual Work Experience week. Each student was paired up with an employer. They carried out various tasks online.

Mr Juckes announced that we are hopeful of building a new food tech facility during the summer holiday. This will complement our current food tech space.

Finally Mr Juckes mentioned that we are expecting a delivery of some steel pan drums at the start of next term. This was an idea that the Landsdowne School Council first proposed.

The achievement assembly came to a close with the Stars of the Week being recognised. Students across all key stages were rewarded for outstanding work in each curriculum subject.

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