23rd June 2020

Lakeland School Invests in Innovative Technology

As part of our continuous efforts to ensure the safety and wellbeing of children, young people and staff, thermal imaging cameras have now been installed across our schools. The thermal imaging camera is a unique, unobtrusive and safe way to protect pupils and staff from the coronavirus. The camera can be monitored from an iPad…

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17th April 2020

Pupils Reach New Heights in Latest Adventure

Adventurous pupils from Lakeside School recently visited Go Ape Adventure Park at Delamere Forest. The daring group shook off their fears and got stuck into a variety of thrill seeking activities including tree to tree crossings, bouncy nets, zip wires and all terrain segways. Pupils and staff encouraged one another to try new activities and celebrated each of their successes with…

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15th March 2020

Willow Class Visit Asylum Link Merseyside

Pupils from Willow Class at Lakeside School recently had a very thought provoking experience when they visited Asylum Link Merseyside, in Liverpool to donate a collection of unwanted clothing. Asylum Link is an organisation dedicated to assisting Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Liverpool, and to raising public awareness around refugee issues. It is a welcoming…

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6th March 2020

World Book Day Celebrations

Pupils and staff from Lakeside transformed themselves into a range of fictional characters for World Book Day. The day is a celebration of authors, illustrators, books and, most importantly, reading. Characters were bought to life as everyone proudly wore an array of outfits, from Woody, Elsa, and Snow White. How impressive are their efforts? Well done everyone!

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19th February 2020

Supporting Parents & Carers: Learning more about Autism

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20th January 2020

Outstanding Ofsted Result For Lakeside School

Staff, pupils and parents from Lakeside School are celebrating following the publication of their latest report by Ofsted. The provision has been judged as outstanding again demonstrating the incredible difference Lakeside School continues to make to its pupils and their families. The Ofsted report was glowing in praise for the effectiveness of leadership and management, quality of teaching, learning and assessment, personal…

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15th October 2019

Lakeside enjoy an assortment of sweet treats for charity

Lakeside School recently held a coffee morning event in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.  The children baked up a storm and proudly presented their bakes to staff and other classes.  The event was a roaring success and the pupils were delighted to learn that they raised £90. Well done on a fantastic achievement.    

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6th September 2019

Lakeside achieves the first ‘ADHD Advanced Practitioner’ education setting in the UK

We are delighted to announce that Lakeside School has been acknowledged as one of the first ‘ADHD Advanced Practitioner’ education settings in the UK. Lakeside’s representative, Claire Lammas, Occupational Therapist embarked on the advanced practitioner programme, where she took part in a rigorous programme resulting in her achieving the coveted status. Colin Foley, National Training Director from…

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8th August 2019

Pupils get creative and fundraise

Pupils and staff from Lakeside School have been working together to raise money for a local charity, Whitechapel Centre for Help the Homeless. The initiative was started by Teacher, Mrs Benson and Cedar Class who studied Homelessness as part of their learning in British Values. Pupils worked hard selling hand made crafts and rolling their sleeves…

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1st July 2019

Lakeside awarded Autism Accreditation

  Staff, pupils and parents at Lakeside School are celebrating after they recently received Autism Accreditation from the National Autistic Society, the UK’s leading charity for people on the autism spectrum and their families. Autism Accreditation is an autism-specific quality assurance programme. It was set up in 1992 to improve the support available to autistic people in…

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