Wednesday 7th February 2018
The JASS (Junior Award Scheme for Schools) is organised by FOTA (Friends Of The Award). This session the school has engaged with JASS. A significant aim of our JASS work is to make sure that those S1 students involved settle well into Lasswade and are active in the school’s life and work.
JASS classes started in September 2017 and so far the S1 students have developed a wonderful project for an outdoor classroom. All of them came up with great ideas for improving the school’s eco friendly environment and outside areas such as the woodland at the back of the school. In order to achieve the goal the group has joined the school’s Eco Committee and will work in collaboration with other departments in the school and members of our local community. The common aim is to renew our Green Flag status for Lasswade High School.
The JASS classes are very enthusiastic about developing the woodland area behind the school. Simple but effective ideas such as a tyre swing, log stumps, shed or teepee, bug exploring equipment and a mud kitchen are all being considered. The students are keen to develop a Sensory Play Area. Our JASS students recognise that everyone could benefit from an outdoor space like this to learn, reflect and have fun in. The classes are embarking on a very ambitious project and are students with determination to achieve their DREAM – we have no doubt they will succeed!
If you think you could support this work please contact the school office and ask for Mr David Hunter in the first instance.Tweet  Share on Facebook
Car Club Visit
Visit to showrooms of Sytner Group - Lamborghini, Porsche, Bentley, Ferrari.
Heriot-Watt University’s Award for Leadership
Go Global Event at Heriot Watt University
LHS Strictly Come Dancing 2018
Strictly Come Dancing is returning to Lasswade! Come and see some of your favourite teachers strutting their stuff at Lasswade Strictly Come Dancing 2018.
You are cordially invited to celebrate the success and achievements of last Session’s S1-S3 students at this event on Monday 18th June from 7pm – 8.30pm in the Atrium.