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Open Evening for Prospective New Year 7 Pupils from
September 2016
Tuesday 6 October 2015 at 7.00 p.m.
We look forward to welcoming families looking for a Year 7 place for their child from September 2016 to our information evenng on Tuesday.  The evening will begin with a short talk by the Headteacher at 7.00 p.m. followed by an opportunity to view the school and meet with some of our senior leaders.  The evening will draw to a close at 8.30 p.m.
We look forward to seeing you!
New Website: Update September 2015
We are pleased to announce that work to build our new website has been continuing over the holidays with decisions coming together on design and format. In addition, we have started to prepare the content that will be presented on the new website.
As things stand at the moment, we look to be on schedule to be able to launch the new website before the end of September. In the meantime, we will continue to rely on our current site where day to day information will continue to be updated but we hope you will understand that we will not be making any major changes or input at this stage.
In the interim, if you are unable to locate any information you require, please contact us direct via This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or please telephone us on 01525 372640; we will be more than happy to help.
Kate Smith
  Reporting pupil absences TELEPHONE: 0845 3570159 or TEXT: 076248 12166*



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Welcome to Linslade School

We are a thriving academy, delivering a broad curriculum, wide range of extra curricular activities and challenging expectations to our motivated, well behaved pupils.


We hold a traditional belief in the importance of strong values:  our children are expected to be polite, considerate, self motivated and hard working.  At the same time, we offer an innovative curriculum which seeks to develop the whole child, leading to high rates of progress and strong levels of achievement.  We place a focus on sports (we hold specialist status in sport), drama, arts and music in order to motivate children in all aspects of school, especially in their academic studies.  This philosophy, soundly grounded in research and successful experience, is supported by the extensive use of setting by ability and small classes (usually between 16 and 24) to ensure that appropriate challenge can be given to every child.  We are firm believers in the importance of competition. Our House System routinely provides pupils with opportunities to compete in activities such as sport, drama, music and art. We also run an extensive fixture list, with matches in a number of sports at all age and ability levels. Residential and day trips, visitors and curriculum enrichment days complete our broad curriculum.

Year of the Arts

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The winner of the recent Year of the Arts Logo Competion seen here was submitted by Eloise Hieatt from Leighton Middle School. The winning design, plus those of the finalists, will be dispalyed over Easter in the children's section of Leighton Buzzard Library

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12th June 2015




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