Upcoming Events

Jan
22
Mon
all-day LMDC WAVES Radio Station
LMDC WAVES Radio Station
Jan 22 all-day
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all-day Stop Drop and Read: Y7:L2 & Y8:s...
Stop Drop and Read: Y7:L2 & Y8:s...
Jan 22 all-day
The Stop Drop and Read Timetable is currently running as follows:- Year 7: Every period 2 lesson every day. Year 8: Monday – Maths Tuesday – English Wednesday – Maths Thursday – English Friday – … Continue reading
Jan
23
Tue
all-day LMDC WAVES Radio Station
LMDC WAVES Radio Station
Jan 23 all-day
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12:25 pm Book Club – All Years @ Lunchtime - Library
Book Club – All Years @ Lunchtime - Library
Jan 23 @ 12:25 pm – 1:25 pm
 
12:25 pm Gymnastics Club: All Years @ Week A:Boys, Week B:Girls
Gymnastics Club: All Years @ Week A:Boys, Week B:Girls
Jan 23 @ 12:25 pm – 1:25 pm
 
12:25 pm History GCSE Revision @ Years 10 & 11, Miss Champion's Room
History GCSE Revision @ Years 10 & 11, Miss Champion's Room
Jan 23 @ 12:25 pm – 1:25 pm
 
12:25 pm PE Rugby – Yr 8 Boys @ Lunchtime - Field
PE Rugby – Yr 8 Boys @ Lunchtime - Field
Jan 23 @ 12:25 pm – 1:25 pm
 
3:05 pm History GCSE Revision @ Years 10 & 11, Miss Champion's Room
History GCSE Revision @ Years 10 & 11, Miss Champion's Room
Jan 23 @ 3:05 pm – 4:05 pm
 
Jan
24
Wed
all-day LMDC WAVES Radio Station
LMDC WAVES Radio Station
Jan 24 all-day
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12:25 pm Art Boyzone Club Boys and Girls @ Lunchime - All Years - Miss Shillingford's Room
Art Boyzone Club Boys and Girls @ Lunchime - All Years - Miss Shillingford's Room
Jan 24 @ 12:25 pm – 1:25 pm
 
12:25 pm ICT Revision @ Lunchtime - Mr Cleal Room 11
ICT Revision @ Lunchtime - Mr Cleal Room 11
Jan 24 @ 12:25 pm – 1:25 pm
 
12:25 pm Music Choir @ Lunchime - Music Room
Music Choir @ Lunchime - Music Room
Jan 24 @ 12:25 pm – 1:25 pm
 
12:25 pm PE GCSE VCERT Yrs 10 & 11 @ Lunchtime - Room 24
PE GCSE VCERT Yrs 10 & 11 @ Lunchtime - Room 24
Jan 24 @ 12:25 pm – 1:25 pm
 
12:25 pm RE GCSE Revision Year 10 @ Lunchtime - Miss Diaz's Room
RE GCSE Revision Year 10 @ Lunchtime - Miss Diaz's Room
Jan 24 @ 12:25 pm – 1:25 pm
 
Jan
25
Thu
all-day LMDC WAVES Radio Station
LMDC WAVES Radio Station
Jan 25 all-day
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12:25 pm PE Basketball Boys @ Lunchtime - Gym
PE Basketball Boys @ Lunchtime - Gym
Jan 25 @ 12:25 pm – 1:25 pm
 
3:05 pm Art KS4 Revision Yr 10 & 11 @ Afterschool - Miss Shillingford's Rm
Art KS4 Revision Yr 10 & 11 @ Afterschool - Miss Shillingford's Rm
Jan 25 @ 3:05 pm – 4:05 pm
 

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Very proud of Matt's (Year 10) advocacy for his voice in the strategic vision of Education in GSY. Have seen this widely shared on FB and reflecting on a conversation two weeks ago, he shows that key political virtue: intuition. #unicornsolutions 1 day ago

Wonderful to see LMDC past pupil Ollie Browning on the front page of the press. Congrats. We're very proud of you. @Olliebrown @LMDCHSCA @LamareHighSchoo @Govgg @BBCCINews @islandfm @ollybr Retweeted by La Mare High School 1 day ago

test Twitter Media - Wonderful to see LMDC past pupil Ollie Browning on the front page of the press. Congrats. We're very proud of you. @Olliebrown @LMDCHSCA @LamareHighSchoo @Govgg @BBCCINews @islandfm @ollybr https://t.co/Y2tSQyRGMp

Well down to LMDC past pupil Peter Falla who is now PC 138! Congratulations. We're very proud of you. @LMDCHSCA @LamareHighSchoo @Govgg @BBCGuernsey @islandfm @GovEducation Retweeted by La Mare High School 1 day ago

test Twitter Media - Well down to LMDC past pupil Peter Falla who is now PC 138!  Congratulations. We're very proud of you. @LMDCHSCA @LamareHighSchoo @Govgg @BBCGuernsey @islandfm @GovEducation https://t.co/3dMNZ5hT5k

Uniform

We expect students to take a pride in their appearance and in being a member of the school community. The school readily accepts the need for parents’ support for their children in maintaining a good standard of uniform and is appreciative of parent’s efforts. All items of clothing should be clearly marked with the child’s name.

For your convenience the School is able to offer purchasing the School Blazer at a cost of £30.00. The School Tie will only be available to purchase via the School (Cost: £3.50). The rest of the uniform (including Blazer) however will be available from the usual Local Suppliers.

Special note regarding uniform

Trousers should be of school style not leggings or jeans; jeans are characterised by patch pockets, obvious rivets, stitching etc.

Shoes should be of traditional style, able to be polished and offer water protection and a degree of safety in the school setting including workshops and other practical areas. Black trainers are not acceptable. Low sided ballet shoes or similar are not acceptable footwear. Shoes should be comfortable enough to walk to school in and worn during the day. Trainers should not be worn at breaktime.

Students should walk to and from school in uniform and not expect to collect it from lockers on arrival.

All headwear should be removed upon entry into school.

N.B. All students are expected to wear their Blazer at all times unless directed by a member of Staff.

Boys Uniform

Boys Blazer – Black with School Logo on left chest pocket
Shirt – Plain White (Optional: Short sleeve in Summer Term)
Tie – (Clip-on) Maroon/Blue diagonal stripes with House colour
V Neck Pullover – (Optional) Maroon with School Logo (sleeved or non-sleeved) Year 11 only may wear Black Pullover
Trousers – Plain Black (loose fitting)
Socks – Plain sober colour Shoes – Plain Black, of sensible safe style

Girls Uniform

Girls Blazer – Black with School Logo on left chest pocket
Shirt or Blouse – (Blouse must have top button) Plain White (Optional: Short sleeve in Summer Term)
Tie – (Clip-on)Maroon/Blue diagonal stripes with House colour
V Neck Pullover – (Optional) Maroon with School Logo (sleeved or non-sleeved) Year 11 only may wear Black Pullover
Skirt – Plain Black Pleated Or Trousers – Plain Black (loose fitting)
Socks/Tights – Plain sober colour
Shoes – Plain Black, of sensible safe style (no boots, platforms, stiletto heel, canvas or ballet style slip-on shoes)

New P.E. kit was introduced in September 2016. The Falcon Sports Wear is available from the School’s usual suppliers.

P.E. Kit Boys

Navy Blue/Sky Blue Falcon embroidered Polo Shirt
Navy Blue/Sky Blue Falcon Shorts
Navy Blye/Sky Blue Falcon Rugby Shirt
Navy Blue with a Sky Blue top Football Socks
Sports Trainers (not plimsolls)
Football Boots
Fitted Gum Shield (Strongly Recommended)
Shin Pads
Black Swim shorts
Optional Items (highly recommended)
Navy Blue/Sky Blue ¼ zip up jumper
Under layer
Navy Blue Rainmac

P.E. Kit Girls

Navy Blue/Sky Blue Falcon embroidered Polo Shirt
Navy Blue/Sky Blue Falcon Shorts
Navy Blye/Sky Blue Falcon Rugby Shirt
Navy Blue with a Sky Blue top Football Socks Sports
Trainers (not plimsolls)
Football Boots
Fitted Gum Shield (Strongly Recommended)
Shin Pads
Black one piece Swimming Costume
Optional Items (highly recommended)
Navy Blue/Sky Blue Falcon Skort
Navy Blue/Sky Blue ¼ zip up jumper
Under layer
Navy Blue Rainmac
Sports Bra

Art
We advise you to provide an old shirt or smock as an overall.

Design and Technology Subjects
Aprons are provided. Strong shoes. Hair appropriately managed with health and safety issues in mind. Hair should be of one uniform natural colour. No extreme styles. ‘Tramlines’ and other razored patterns are not allowed. Grade 2 minimum.

Jewellery – The following regulations are supported by the Education Board and the School Committee. Students are allowed to wear one small stud in each ear, flesh or transparent tunnels but not earrings or any other item that would constitute a health and safety risk. Please note that we do not allow any other face or neck piercings including tongue studs or any type of bar on Health and Safety grounds. Students wearing items such as eyebrow studs or nose studs or studs other than in the ear or bars will be required to remove them (not cover them) and the item will be confiscated until the end of the school day in the first instance. No other jewellery including rings and bracelets is allowed on health and safety grounds.

Make-up and Nail Varnish
Must be discreet i.e. not visible. Students will be asked to remove obvious make up and coloured nail varnish.

La Mare High Expectations

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