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The latest news from Light Hall School
  • It's coming home...

    Our Year 9 basketball team had an amazing win in the borough final last night. 

  • Easter Revision April 2018

    Check out our Easter revision timetable here

  • Careers Convention

    Parents and Students of Year 10 and 11 dont miss the opportunity to visit our fabulous careers convention at Langley School.
  • MacMillan Bake Sale

    Light Hall staff and students supported the national MacMillan Bake sale on 29th September on 2017.  The effort that went into all bakes was truly amazing to look at, and tasted even better. 

  • Celebrating European Day of Languages

    Our MFL department have really celebrated European Day of Languages.  

  • House Winners 2016-17




    1st PLACE          DISCOVERY

    2nd PLACE         CHALLENGER

    3rd PLACE          ATLANTIS

    4th PLACE          ENDEAVOUR

  • Rugby - Year 7s

    On Wednesday 5th April Light Hall School hosted their first rugby tournament in a number of years with the year 7s taking to the field. They were joined by Arden who brought 2 teams, Alderbrook and Coleshill.

  • The Wizard of Oz Auditions

    Calling all actors and actresses, singers and dancers!  To find out more click on the ruby slippers above to find out more exciting details. 


  • Inspire to Aspire

    Light Hall will be welcoming into school a group of ambassadors from National Grid on Friday 6th January as part of our ‘Inspire to Aspire’ annual career day for Year 8.

  • Prize Evening 2016

    Many congratulations to all those students selected for an award at our for Prize Evening in November 2016.  We were delighted to welcome Joanne Malin to our school, to present the prizes to our worthy winners.

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