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  • Careers - Civil Engineering Workshop

    Published 13/12/17

    The workshop was run by Loughborough University student Kathryn Brown, who is undertaking her Masters’ Degree in Civil Engineering. Engineering, in all its forms, is about problem solving; the students that attended this workshop were tasked with trying to build a stable structure that would withstand an earthquake.

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  • SCHOOL OPEN

    Published 11/12/17
    Limehurst Academy will be open as usual on Tuesday 12th December. Thanks to our premises team who have worked all day to clear safe paths around the site today.
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  • SCHOOL CLOSED

    Published 10/12/17

    Given the recent inclement weather, Limehurst Academy will be closed to all students on Monday 11th December for safety reasons.

    Year 11 Mock Exams will be rescheduled for later in the week.

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  • Basketball Fixtures

    Published 07/12/17

    Our boys' and girls' basketball teams have been competing in North Charnwood basketball competitions. These have all been hosted at Rawlins, who have been excellent hosts. Each competition has been really competitive with some great basketball on show. Well done to all involved.

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  • Ex-England cricket coach visits Limehurst! ​​​​​​​

    Published 30/11/17

    On Wednesday 29th November we had Peter Moores and Tom Moores visit the school. Peter is a former England cricket coach and currently coaches Nottinghamshire CCC. Tom, his son, is the current Nottinghamshire wicket-keeper.

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  • PGL Trip - Now Available As Online Payment

    Published 17/11/17
    Payments for PGL can now be made via the School Gateway. CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE SCHOOL GATEWAY
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  • Duke Of Edinburgh - Now Available As Online Payment

    Published 17/11/17
    Payments for the Duke of Edinburgh award can now be made via the School Gateway. CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE SCHOOL GATEWAY
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  • Visit from Lord Bach

    Published 16/11/17

    Students on Limehurst’s Citizenship GCSE course were recently paid a visit by Lord Willy Bach. Lord Bach is the Police and Crime Commissioner for Leicestershire, and is responsible to overseeing policing in the local area. The Year 11 students had previously written to Lord Bach as part of their Citizenship studies, which require them to have examine the policing and the Crime Justice System.

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  • Send My Friend To School Parliament Event ​​​​​​​

    Published 16/11/17

    On the 13th September 2017, two members of Limehurst Academy’s Year 11 Citizenship class attended Parliament, to lobby in support of the “Send My Friend To School” campaign. The cause aims to improve access to education in developing nations, by encouraging the UK Government to commit more of its aid budget to funding overseas education.  Sophie Fahey and Aminah Chowdhury were selected to be two of a select group of advocates for the cause, known as “Campaign Champions”. The campaign day involved the participation of 6 “Campaign Champions”, representing 3 different schools.

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  • Certificates

    Published 06/11/17

    Calling all students that took exams this summer, certificates for courses you have passed are available for collection in reception between 9am and 4pm Monday to Friday. Certificates will only be given to students. If it is not possible for you to collect them in person, contact Miss Narsing to make arrangements

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  • Year 11 Job Skills Workshop with Leicestershire Cares

    Published 12/10/17

    Leicestershire Cares is a local charity that brings businesses and communities together through employee volunteering. On Thursday 12th October we were very pleased to have Leicestershire cares and five employee volunteers in school to work with seventeen of our year 11s.

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  • Sports Results

    Published 09/10/17
    Yr 11 Football: On Tuesday  our year 11 boys went to Charnwood to play football games against Charnwood and Iveshead (Shepshed). The boys played really well and although we lost it was due to conceding goals very early on. For the maj
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