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We are so proud of the amazing job that our outstanding art team have done with our super talented students to create the most beautiful permanent art installation in the new Scope charity store in Leeds city centre.

The new store - at 15 Kirkgate in town - is stunning and opens next week on Wednesday 29th May. If you fancy dropping by to grab a second-hand bargain, don't forget to mention to the Scope store team that you are part of Lighthouse School, as we're sure they'll make you extra welcome! ... See MoreSee Less

We are so proud of the amazing job that our outstanding art team have done with our super talented students to create the most beautiful permanent art installation in the new Scope charity store in Leeds city centre.

The new store - at 15 Kirkgate in town - is stunning and opens next week on Wednesday 29th May. 

If you fancy dropping by to grab a second-hand bargain, dont forget to mention to the Scope store team that you are part of Lighthouse School, as were sure theyll make you extra welcome!Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

Lighthouse School hosted a professional's open morning last week, with a number of our family of school's partners.

This is the start of an exciting step in moving towards formulating an Autism network to share our professional practice. School's guests enjoyed a guided tour and a networking session discussing areas of Autism best practice we would like to focus on a as a professional group. Guests enjoyed their time with School and gave the following positive feedback; "Students were welcoming and happy to share their experiences""It was a delight to see your fantastic school. I was very impressed by the way students are at the heart of the school and their voices are highly valued""It was amazing to see the students across school engaging in learning and to be able to hear the students talk about the school and their activities" ... See MoreSee Less

Lighthouse School hosted a professionals open morning last week, with a number of our family of schools partners. 

This is the start of an exciting step in moving towards formulating an Autism network to share our professional practice. 

Schools guests enjoyed a guided tour and a networking session discussing areas of Autism best practice we would like to focus on a as a professional group. 

Guests enjoyed their time with School and gave the following positive feedback; 
Students were welcoming and happy to share their experiences
It was a delight to see your fantastic school. I was very impressed by the way students are at the heart of the school and their voices are highly valued
It was amazing to see the students across school engaging in learning and to be able to hear the students talk about the school and their activities

School is holding a Summer Fayre on Saturday 15th June 2024 from 11.30am to 2pm - Please save the date!

We are looking for an ice cream van for the event, so if you can help or know someone who can, please e-mail: admin@lighthouseschool.co.ukIf you are interested in having a stall at the school fayre, please also e-mail: admin@lighthouseschool.co.ukThank you! ... See MoreSee Less

School is holding a Summer Fayre on Saturday 15th June 2024 from 11.30am to 2pm - Please save the date!

We are looking for an ice cream van for the event, so if you can help or know someone who can, please e-mail: admin@lighthouseschool.co.uk

If you are interested in having a stall at the school fayre, please also e-mail: admin@lighthouseschool.co.uk

Thank you!

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This month, School's Training and Outreach team were really excited to be invited to present a seminar session at the University of Leeds, Learning and Teaching of SEND BA course - focusing on autism specific education.

In the seminar, Lighthouse School shared the specialist approaches adopted in school, together with some anonymous case studies of support strategies which have been implemented. The students were very engaged with learning more about Lighthouse School to understand more about Autism. ... See MoreSee Less

This month, Schools Training and Outreach team were really excited to be invited to present a seminar session at the University of Leeds, Learning and Teaching of SEND BA course - focusing on autism specific education. 

In the seminar, Lighthouse School shared the specialist approaches adopted in school, together with some anonymous case studies of support strategies which have been implemented. 

The students were very engaged with learning more about Lighthouse School to understand more about Autism.

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This sounds great! ❤️

We currently have vacancies for a Maths Teacher (to start in Sept 2024) and a Teaching Assistant (for an immediate start)

Full details of the job descriptions can be found on our school website.www.lighthouseschool.co.uk/Recruitment/ ... See MoreSee Less

Save the date for our Summer Fayre.

Further details will follow.If you would like a stall, please e-mail admin@lighthouseschool.co.uk ... See MoreSee Less

Save the date for our Summer Fayre.  
Further details will follow.

If you would like a stall, please e-mail admin@lighthouseschool.co.uk

Over the Bank holiday weekend, Sunday 5th May to Monday 6th May, the annual Cookridge Scarecrow festival is taking place from 12pm to 5pm across the 2 days. This involves local residents displaying scarecrows in their gardens.

A Scarecrow trail and map can be collected from The Club House, Leeds Modernians, Cookridge Lane, Leeds, LS16 7ND. There will be entertainment and refreshments available at the Club House.Lighthouse students have designed a fabulous 'Scary Crow' and this will be on display at Leeds Modernians during the festival. ... See MoreSee Less

Over the Bank holiday weekend, Sunday 5th May to Monday 6th May, the annual Cookridge Scarecrow festival is taking place from 12pm to 5pm across the 2 days.  This involves local residents displaying scarecrows in their gardens.

A Scarecrow trail and map can be collected from The Club House, Leeds Modernians, Cookridge Lane, Leeds, LS16 7ND.  

There will be entertainment and refreshments available at the Club House.

Lighthouse students have designed a fabulous Scary Crow and this will be on display at Leeds Modernians during the festival.Image attachmentImage attachment
April 29th, 2:50 pm

In Science, 3C students have made some fantastic shadow puppets for this term’s new topic, Light and Sound. As well as demonstrating their creativity, they investigated the factors affecting shadows. ... See MoreSee Less

In Science, 3C students have made some fantastic shadow puppets for this term’s new topic, Light and Sound. As well as demonstrating their creativity, they investigated the factors affecting shadows.Image attachmentImage attachment+4Image attachment
April 23rd, 10:24 am

One of our Year 12 students has built their own passive electric 5 string bass. This has been a monumental project that has required a lot of problem solving and time to complete, but they have produced a playable bass. We’re very proud of them and have entered their work into an art competition, the Big Bang Science competition, and sent it off for a Crest Award. ... See MoreSee Less

One of our Year 12 students has built their own passive electric 5 string bass. This has been a monumental project that has required a lot of problem solving and time to complete, but they have produced a playable bass. We’re very proud of them and have entered their work into an art competition, the Big Bang Science competition, and sent it off for a Crest Award.

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Absolutely amazing!! Well done!!!

Incredible!! X

April 22nd, 9:19 am

We’ve been using the 3D printer we have in school to add to our model railway. Students have designed and printed their own break coaches - you can see it 3D printing here - and are currently designing a working signal for the railway. ... See MoreSee Less

April 19th, 3:03 pm

One of our students in 3C has made a robot cat. They programmed it to meow when it was fed a bottle. A great first engineering project. ... See MoreSee Less

April 17th, 9:43 am

We have entered a range of our students’ fantastic artwork to be considered for the Royal Academy Young Artists’ Summer Show. The standard and range of artwork is exceptional and we are really proud of what our students have produced ... See MoreSee Less

We have entered a range of our students’ fantastic artwork to be considered for the Royal Academy Young Artists’ Summer Show. The standard and range of artwork is exceptional and we are really proud of what our students have producedImage attachmentImage attachment+6Image attachment

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Absolutely amazing work so talented well done

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