Lea Manor Open Evening 2016

Our Open Evening was a great success, the event began with the launch of 'The Culture Wall' with a visit from The Mayor of Luton, who joined in the event by adding his own label to the 'Labelled with Love' installation piece which celebrates cultural diversity in schools and communities across Luton. 

The parents and Year 6 students began arriving at 5.30 and they were offered a tour of the exhibition of transition information, our VLE, after school activities and many other important aspects of Life at Lea Manor. 

Headteacher Amanda Simpson addressed the parents and students, and our Executive Prefects then took individual groups on tours around the school.  Students were able to participate in a range of activities, allowing them to get a feel for the unique Learning experience offered at Lea Manor High school.

Here are some quotes from the parents who visited the Lea manor open evening

Excellent, see you Sept ‘17
VERY impressed, very good facilities, friendly staff and students, big shout out to our guide!
I loved every moment of it and i hope that i will eventually be able to come to this school. The students here are amazing and so are all the staff, the school will eventually be the best in the country!
The Headteacher’s talk was inspiring and it seemed that her heart was in the school, thank you.
Very impressed, looks like a fantastic school. Lots of information given, staff and pupils were lovely, very helpful

Below are a few images taken during Open Evening 2016

If you are a parent of a Year 6 student in Luton and would like further information or to arrange a visit to see our school, please contact us using the contact form