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Previous Events

21st April 2022: Hope NOT Hate attended LPS with their workshop on Harmful Language. The workshop aimed for pupils to understand the full impact of “lazy” discriminatory language and why it is important to cut it out and challenge others who use it.

28th March 2022: Hope NOT Hate delivered their Harmful  Language workshop, the aim was for pupils to understand the full impact of “lazy” discriminatory language and why it is important to cut it out and challenge others who use it.​

9th March 2022: Financial literacy is how to handle money, how to save, budget, spend and invest. It is an essential life skill which at LPS feel it is important for our pupils to learn. The Money Charity provided our pupils with a much-needed workshop that supports their next steps towards university, apprenticeship and or work. Most students have money concerns about money which adds to the pressure of studying etc. The workshop was a resounding success where students were engaged, completing set tasks. 100% of the pupils in attendance agreed that the session was educational. They agreed that they learnt new information, and were more informed to make better choices.

14th March 2022: We had Hope NOT Hate delivering their workshop on Power and Prejudice.  The aim is for pupils to have holistic understanding of what discrimination means on a day-to-day basis and how discrimination, power and inequality are interlinked.

28th February - 2nd March, we had the Upfront Theatre Company completing an interactive Workshop (running at 90 minutes) exploring Mental Health and Self-Harm, including how the pandemic has impacted young people’s emotional wellbeing​ to our year 7-10 & 12s this provided students with useful information and strategies to cope in such challenging times.

After working with our year 10s and 11s, we were pleased to announce that the Osmani Trust returned to LPS on Friday 21st January 2022. They completed a workshop supporting our year 9 boys with strategies on how to manage conflict and behaviour. Their approach was a resounding hit with the other year groups, and we believe they will have the same impact on year 9s.