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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
 

Our Tweets

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

Year 10

Vision

La Mare De Carteret High School raises aspiration and achievement for all.

We prepare our students for a rapidly changing world by ensuring they are successful learners: confident individuals; responsible citizens and effective contributors.

La Mare students are resilient, self-reliant individuals who succeed today and are ready for tomorrow.

This will be characterised by:

• High standards, outstanding attainment and rapid progress

• Successful learners and high quality teaching

• Positive parent partnership

• An inclusive pastoral system that encourages high aspirations, ensures students are safe and develops confident individuals

• Students who attend are happy and effectively contribute to an engaging and vibrant personalised curriculum

• A professional learning culture where staff seek continuous improvement and share best practice

• Responsible citizens who actively contribute to our community and the wider world

Attendance

It is vitally important that all learners attend school every day so that they can become effective contributors to our school. We know that the relationship between attendance and achievement is clear and that students should all aim to hold 100% attendance to give themselves the best chance of success. Another important feature of attendance in Year 10 is that students attend revision classes regularly to maximise their potential and consolidate learning. Therefore, if students want to achieve well then they must attend well.

Behaviour

We believe that it is just as important to develop responsible citizens as it is to invest time in gaining children qualifications. Students in all year groups are expected to show care, compassion and respect. These features become more important in the upper school as our young people become role models for the rest of the school. We will endeavour to support all students in Year 10 to become the best people they can be so that they can contribute positively to society and the wider world.

Curriculum

Students come to school with endless potential and our purpose is to ensure that they find their learning passion and develop as confident individuals. For members of the upper school there is a degree of specialisation in the curriculum as students embark upon studying their chosen optional subjects and follow a pathway that they have selected. We expect that every student in Year 10 should achieve their minimum expected grade in every area of the curriculum and we are dedicated to supporting, guiding and mentoring them to achieve this success.

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