Have you enjoyed the Summer Recycling Challenge? Here's another idea to challenge you. #curiosity https://t.co/58O1oxFoWy
14th August 2020
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Leeds Modern School for Boys founded as the Mathematical and Commercial School
Leeds Mechanics Institute set up a girls school The Ladies Educational Institute
The name of the school was changed to Leeds Girls’ School when they moved into the Mechanical Institute (now the site where Leeds City Museum) is sited
The school was renamed Leeds Girls’ Modern School
Leeds Modern School. Moved to Rossington Street
Leeds Modern School. Official opening of Leeds Modern School and Lawnswood High School for Girls by HRH Prince George.
The school moved to Lawnswood and took the name Lawnswood High School to share a site with Leeds Modern School for Boys. The two schools are separated by a joint swimming pool and dining room.
Leeds Modern School for Boys merged with Lawnswood High School for Girls to form Lawnswood School.
Lawnswood School became a comprehensive school.
The buildings are demolished and replaced by the current Lawnswood School building.
On this day August 13th: in 1521 - Spanish conquistadors captured Aztec Emperor ending the Aztec Empire. What disease had they brought to the Aztec kingdom? in 1926 – Fidel Castro, Communist leader of Cuba born. When did he take power through the Cuban Revolution? #curiosity https://t.co/UX62farKH2
13th August 2020
Y13 parents, please share results day photos with us tomorrow to allow our whole learning community to share in Y13 successes. If you are happy for us to share photos via twitter/our website please email them to email@example.com. Good luck! #Classof2020 #celebration https://t.co/2E1GrozqrQ
12th August 2020
On this day August 12th: in 1981 - IBM introduced its first Personal Computer. What does IBM stand for? in 1904 – Alexei Nikolaevich , the son of last Tsar, Nicholas II was born. What medical condition did he suffer from that contributed to the Russian Revolution? #curiosity https://t.co/es3IDuE2v7
12th August 2020