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  • LRGS - Parents
  • LRGS - Parents

Parents

Financial Assistance

We'd like to draw parents' attention to a new menu link on the left, Financial Assistance, which lists various sources of financial help that are available to parents at LRGS. Please do consider applying to these sources of funding.  

Sixth Form parents are reminded that Sixth Form Bursaries are available to help fund all aspects of Sixth Form life, such as travel to school each day, a new suit or laptop, a school trip or travel to university open days. 

Northern Railway Season Tickets

Travel on Northern Railway to LRGS can be cheaper by purchasing an Educational Season Ticket. The application forms are available to download and complete on the left hand side.

School closure

In the event of the school having to close due, for example, to snow, please see the Unavoidable School Closure Policy (attached, left).

School uniform

School uniform and sportswear is available from Uniform & Leisurewear, 15 Common Garden Street, Lancaster (opposite Marketgate Car Park), tel: 01524 388355.  Second hand uniform is available from the Friends' Shop (below).

Friends' Shop opening times

The Friends’ Shop is located in Bay View Cottages on the top site, selling second hand uniform, coats and games kit, LRGS gifts and merchandise, books and stationery. It is open during term time on Fridays 3.30pm – 4.30pm and Saturdays 10 – 11am. The shop is not normally open on Bank Holiday weekends or in the holidays. 

Dining Hall menus

Please see the attachments (left) for dining hall menus provided by Chartwells, who are running catering at LRGS.

SEN School Offer

For your information, this document (attachment above) has recently been produced for the LEA. It includes contact details for our SENCo and information about how LRGS supports pupils with SEN.

E-safety

The school has recently implemented several measures to help ensure pupil safety on the internet, including putting a button on the VLE.

It links through to the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) and pupils and parents can click on this button if they wish to report incidents of online abuse, or fear they are in danger of online abuse. There is a 24-hour response.  For more information see their website www.ceop.gov.uk

There is some useful information for young people and parents about online safety on the Think U Know website www.thinkuknow.co.uk