Huge congratulations to Hannah Raine, who has been named in the squad of the 13 to represent England under 21 Nets at the Indoor Netball World Cup which will take place in South Africa in August.
It is richly deserved for Hannah who was a fantastic student at LJS and is a hard-earned, thoroughly deserved reward for a talented and determined young athlete.
Hannah will be flying out to South Africa in July with the rest of the squad to prepare for the tournament. We wish her all the very best of luck!
On Friday 11 January I had the pleasure of taking Qin Y and James L to the University of Sheffield for the North/North East Final of the STEM Challenge Day.
The team from Teesside finish in 3rd place meaning Qin and James have trophies and certificates to keep. This was a fantastic opportunity for them to visit a Russell Group University and use world class facilities working with lecturers and students from the university. Qin and James performed exceptionally well and should be proud of their achievements – both are outstanding ambassadors for Laurence Jackson School.
Choir yesterday were involved in a brilliant workshop led by Eddie Miliau and Sarah Sweeting of Opera Australia – thankyou to staff who allowed students to attend. Eddie and Sarah will be performing in our Christmas Concert on Tuesday 18th December. Tickets still available, priced £4 from Finance Office!
Kellen H Youth MP for Redcar and Cleveland (ex LJS pupil) has been chosen as the North East Debate Lead for this year’s Annual sitting in Parliament. He was chosen by ballot by his fellow North East MYPs.
He will be given a topic to debate (he doesn’t know the topic or if he is debating for or against) and will be filmed for Parliament live on the 9th November. Depending on the issue and/or how his speech goes, he could be on worldwide news.
Well done and Good Luck Kellen!
Wednesday 10th October saw the annual Laurence Jackson School Sports Presentation Evening take place at the beautiful Gisborough Hall Hotel.