Our Open Evening this year looks a little different to normal.
We have organised an opportunity to visit the school on a first come first served basis as well as our full virtual offer. If you wish to book a visit to the school please do so by clicking here. We are able to offer you a 30 minute individual tour with a member of staff who will take you to the areas of school you would like to see the most and answer any questions you may have. We have limited the number of visitors to the school on this evening to ensure we can maintain social distancing to keep our school community safe.
If you are unable to visit, you will be able to virtually visit the different areas of the school and meet our staff as well as some of our students. Our live webinar at 7.30pm will give you the opportunity to hear from the senior leadership team as well as ask any questions you may have about life and learning at Lawnswood School.
We are very proud of our school and are disappointed that we may not be able to meet you all in person to show you around. However, I hope that the information on our website will help you make an informed decision about whether our school is the right choice for your child.
Who will you nominate this week? A friend who has been kind to you? Someone who makes you happy? A classmate who has shared their love of reading with you? Collect a form & post it into the box outside the library. #LawnswoodLovesReading #commitment https://t.co/SdSDApISFJ
Mrs South's Saturday Book Club: Belle has broken the Enchantress’s curse, restoring the beast to human form & bringing life to the castle again. Read 'Rebel Rose' by author Emma Theriault @eltheriault #LawnswoodLovesReading #WORDS #readingforpleasure #communication https://t.co/VsM8DcQEn6
Please help us in our efforts for charity this year. Our KS5 students are seeking unwanted books to support an NCS project & donations shown in the image to support elderly patients in hospital. Please send in with your child / drop off at main reception. Thankyou.🎁 #commitment https://t.co/O1z1vTbkAu
Y7 students have been learning about different religious festivals in #EPR. Here's a summary of their journey - blue is what they knew at the start & red is what they had added at the end! #diversity #celebration https://t.co/PwLebSBbxZ