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Emily Porter, a student at Lady Manners School, has received a national accolade for achieving the highest mark in the country in GCSE Geography.
We are recruiting the following staff to join us at Lady Manners School:
Sporting achievement and spirit were celebrated by students, parents and staff at the biennial Lady Manners School Sports Awards on Thursday 26 April.
Rebecca Marrow, Lady Manners School student, has stormed through a national biology competition to be chosen to represent the UK in the international competition in Iran in the summer.
A decision last Friday, by the Peak District National Park Authority, to approve plans for 30 new affordable homes to be built, is one of the final steps in our journey to improve the sports facilities that we offer our students, and within the wider community.
As you are probably aware, Shutts Lane is very busy at the beginning and end of the school day. With nearly 1,400 students arriving or leaving the site at the same time, safety is our prime concern.
Students at Lady Manners School achieve amazing things every day. None of this would be possible without the school’s staff – no more so than the dedicated Premises Team.
Lady Manners School Sixth Former, Isobella Cottrell, has beaten off a very high level of competition to win the Sports Volunteer of the Year award in the Derby Telegraph Sports Awards.
The election for the four Parent Governor vacancies took place on 1 November. As a result Mrs Emma Goldsack, Mrs Laura McNulty, Mr Keith Shivers and Dr Chasca Twyman have been elected to the Board of Governors.
It's not just new students who have been welcomed to Lady Manners School this term. New heads of Maths, English and Languages are bringing with them a fresh perspective to the school.
GCSE results this year show that Year 11 students have performed well at Lady Manners School in Bakewell. In the core subjects where there is a new grading system this year 85% of students gained at least a ‘4’ in Maths (nearest equivalent to Grade C) and 80% gained at least a ‘4’ in at least one of their English GCSEs.
Lady Manners School Sixth Form students have, once again, added to the school’s consistently strong record of A Level success.
This year, as every year, students at Lady Manners School have benefitted from the generous donations made by the Parents’ Association. The school is indebted to the parents who help to make this happen.
The weather favoured us on Sports Day, held yesterday, Tuesday 20 June. Conditions were ideal for a wonderful day of sport, which saw Glossop lift the house trophy with a lead over Barker of just 1 ½ points!
Lady Manners School Catering Team has, once again, been awarded the top Food Hygiene Rating of five by the Food Standards Agency.
In light of recent communications about school funding – both at a national level and about our school in particular - the Lady Manners School Parents’ Association hosted a discussion on this topic at their meeting on Tuesday 4 April. We are delighted that a wide range of parents attended and a variety of views existed about the best way to move forward.
Work is underway to put together an individual exam timetable for each GCSE and A Level student, which will include seating details and any special arrangements. These will be provided to students before the Easter holiday.
We are delighted to have been awarded The Prince's Teaching Institute (PTI) Mark in recognition of the work of the Science Department during 2015/16.
Second hand Lady Manners School uniform is now available from the Cancer Research UK Charity Shop, 6 Matlock Street, Bakewell (near the Rutland Arms Hotel).
Lady Manners School is delighted to be one of only 11 schools in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire to have been awarded National Citizen Service (NCS) Champion School status.
The Lady Manners School Food Technology Department has received a generous donation from Derbyshire County Council.
‘A’ level Drama students have just returned from a packed 3 days, experiencing live theatre in London’s West End.
Due to the impending closure of Lady Fair, one of our uniform suppliers, Lady Manners School uniform will now also be available to buy from Kick Off Sport on Firs Parade in Matlock.
Six Lady Manners School students have won the regional First Lego League competition.
Students, staff and parents at Lady Manners School have surpassed themselves with an astonishing level of support for good causes during the festive season.
Lady Manners School competed at the Annual Derbyshire Dales Cross Country competition in December. They ran alongside Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School, Anthony Gell School and Highfields School.
Lady Manners School Sports Leaders have been praised for their role in co-ordinating a tag rugby festival for primary school children.
If you join www.thegivingmachine.co.uk and then shop online, over 2000 shops will donate cash to us at no extra cost to you.
Four Year 7 students came a very close second place at the East Midlands heat of the Kids Lit Quiz, held here at Lady Manners School in November.
Students, parents and staff have thrown their support behind Head Boy, Andrew Davies by raising £2,000 for Children in Need.
Lady Manners School has been crowned secondary school champion of the Derbyshire School Games Championship 2015-16.
Lady Manners School Head Boy, Andrew Davies, has made an appearance on BBC1’s The One Show during which he was announced as one of the team chosen to take part in the show’s 2016 Rickshaw Challenge in aid of Children in Need.
Musicians throughout the school have been treated to a day of instruction by eight professional musicians.
Over the past few years, we have been making changes to the way we communicate with parents in order to improve the effectiveness of our communications and to respond to the wishes of parents. Changes have included the redesign of our website; the introduction of text messages to inform of school closure; and termly ‘News and Information’ emails.
As you are probably aware, Shutts Lane is very busy at the beginning and end of the school day.
Andrew Davies, a Sixth Former at Lady Manners School has raised over £8,500 for The Children’s Hospital Charity in one day, with the help of more than 800 fellow students.
This year, as every year, students at Lady Manners School have benefitted from the generous donations made by the Parents’ Association.
The Lady Manners School catering team provide up to 1,300 healthy and delicious meals every school day. Here we focus some well-deserved attention on them, in one of an occasional series of articles on some of the unsung heroes of our school.
150 students, as representatives from all years and all sporting backgrounds, attended the biennial Lady Manners School Sports Awards evening on Thursday 21 April.
You can now hear of school news, as it happens, via your Apple or android mobile phone or tablet.
Details of the procedures that we follow should we have to close the school in the event of bad weather are available on the 'Emergency Closure Procedure' page of this website.
We appreciate that, sometimes, it can be difficult to know who to contact at school. In order to assist, we have three easily remembered email addresses for parents' use
Please help us to help your children to get their lunch more quickly by checking regularly that their WisePay account contains sufficient funds.