Proposed re-organisation of secondary education in Lutterworth
2nd September 2013
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Lutterworth High School and Lutterworth College are about to begin the formal consultation process which could see important changes come into place with regard to secondary education in the town.

Both schools are committed to working together in partnership to ensure that whatever changes are introduced will enhance and enrich the students’ learning experience and continue to build on the very good education both schools currently provide.

The major change set down in the proposal is that from September 2015, Lutterworth High School will become an 11-16 (Year 7-11) school and Lutterworth College will become an 11-19 (Year 7-13) school.

Governors of both schools believe that these changes will benefit the young people of Lutterworth and surrounding areas. Along with The Sir Frank Whittle Studio, young people and their parents will have greater choice when making decisions about their secondary education.

The consultation process will run throughout September after which the governors of both schools will meet to analyse the findings and make a decision on how best to proceed.

The schools will be holding two public meetings – at Lutterworth College on 11 September 2013 and Lutterworth High School on 21 September.

More details about these meetings and the consultation document can be viewed on each school’s website. A paper copy can be obtained from each school if required.


Andrew Cooper, Executive Principal, Lutterworth College
Nora Parker, Headteacher, Lutterworth High School

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