• Code of Practice

Code of Practice

Assemblies

Assemblies provide the platform to celebrate students’ successes and achievements. A time of reflection is built into the assembly which challenges pupils to reflect upon the values they hold relating to a variety of themes. Regular visits from Pastor Tony help us to explore a variety of issues.

Special Educational Needs

Lathom High School is concerned to ensure that all students achieve whether they are gifted or have specific learning difficulties. To this end a number of intervention strategies are used to support the learning of all to ensure that individual needs are met. School policy incorporates all the requirements of the SEND Code of Practice.

Sex Education

This subject area is part of SMSC where it is taught within a moral framework that seeks to promote and support the best standards of family life as required by educational law. Parents reserve the right to withdraw their child from these lessons by arrangement with the school.

Equal Opportunities and Racism

Whatever the nature of the local community, children are growing up in a wider multicultural and multiracial society where they are subject to various attitudes towards minority groups. Lathom High School stands against racism and all forms of discrimination on the grounds of ethnic origin, religion, gender or disability.

Student Conduct

Our vision at Lathom High School is to provide an outstanding education for our students so that they fulfill their potential and make a valued contribution to society.

We expect high standards of behaviour at all times.

  • Its been a brilliantly busy first week Well done to everyone for settling back in - Y11 in assessments & everyone attending all our new clubs. Its also the end of the first week at work for our newest addition - Loki, our Lathom Labrador She cant wait to meet you all! https://t.co/Z9V7EuA4X8
  • Wow! This is amazing. Thank you to Charlee. We cant wait for her to join the Lathom family in September @LathomPE #proud https://t.co/Fu8DN00IA9
  • Alongside the activities our students are taking part in this week in tutor time, today we took some time to reflect on the past year - the challenges we have faced, the people we miss and those we have lost #nationaldayofreflection https://t.co/s3VyEcZZWe
  • Students were fascinated by Rugby player Thomas Minns who shared his mental health story this morning. A huge thank you to @Minnsie1 & @milkeducation for a thought-provoking presentation #mentalhealthmatters #ItsOkayToNotBeOkay https://t.co/ATxHUXvs0N
  • We hope youve all had a lovely Mothers Day See you all tomorrow at 8.45am ready for another busy week https://t.co/ZuQQJpInH0
  • We cant praise our parents, students & staff enough for the way theyve embraced the challenges of the week. Its been such a positive return to school with a real buzz about the place which is a joy to hear! Get some sleep over the weekend and well do it all again next week! https://t.co/eCpo3QG32z
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