A raffle is being set up at the Lucton Harvest Festival

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English Symphony Orchestral Day

19th May 2022

Lucton School was delighted to host the third Orchestral Day on 16th May. Welcoming over 45 students from the local area, the students, and accompanying staff, were treated to a masterclass from five exceptionally talented musicians. James Topp conducted the day, leading the orchestra throughout the day in our glorious Memorial Hall. Noriko Tsuzaki, supported…

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Success at NSEA Eventer Challenge

21st March 2022

The very early start was well worth it on Sunday for the NSEA Eventer Challenge competition being held at Allens Hill. The last-minute team changes made it touch and go if we had enough riders for the 70cm-75cm team but Freya, Sophie and Hannah all stepped up and even with only three in the team…

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Lucton Tercentenary Cross Country

18th March 2022

A tradition established in 2008, when Lucton celebrated its 300 year anniversary, students from Year 3 to Year 6 were joined by a number of local primary schools who also joined the event. The popular event was enjoyed by over 250 children, gamely running around the far-field and the rugby field. All the participants were…

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End of Tenure for Lord Lieutenant’s Cadet

11th March 2022

Amelia-Sky completed her two years as Lord Lieutenant’s Cadet – an impressive accomplishment given that the tenure usually only lasts a year. As part of her outgoing service, she had to write and perform a speech, march on stage and receive her certificates from Mr Harley, the Lord Lieutenant. Over the two years, Amelia-Sky has…

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Lucton Scoops Forty Medals in Performing Arts Competition

11th March 2022

Over 60 students from Lucton School were involved in this year’s Hereford Performing Arts Festival hosted at the Courtyard Theatre. From Prep School through to Sixth Form, over sixty Lucton students represented the school, and they did so superbly. Not only did they demonstrate cheery dispositions and positive attitudes, but they showed great talent across…

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Illustrator and former pupil, Jan Pieńkowski, passes away aged 85

28th February 2022

Jan, who joined Lucton shortly after WW2 having moved from Poland, went on to co-create and illustrate the hugely popular Meg & Mog series of children’s books in a career spanning over 140 titles. Renowned, in part, for his wonderful pop up books that captured the imagination of young minds (and their parents) from the…

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Official Partnership with Luctonians Sports Club

15th February 2022

Luctonians Sports Club was formed in 1948, predominantly a collection of old Lucton Schoolboys (OLA). Though we have shared a long association with the club, this exciting new partnership provides a host of benefits for Lucton students including access to expert coaching and use of Moritmor Park facilities, as well as developing a competitive pathway…

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Lucton School Joins Leading UK Schools Group

13th December 2021

Lucton School in Herefordshire has joined the Alpha Schools Group, a leading education provider with another twenty independent schools across the country under its wing. Dr Tony Paterson, former Chair of Governors, explains: “Lucton has had to contend with a number of challenges for many years in the competitive independent schools’ market, especially since COVID-19….

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Lucton News and Weekly Bulletins

10th September 2021

From September, the much loved Lucton News is changing format. The publication is moving from a weekly newsletter to a half-termly digest, and is being supplemented with the new weekly Lucton Bulletin. The Lucton Bulletin will centralise our mass communication, which will be sent digitally to parents every Friday. It will include a Headmasters roundup…

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GCSE Results 2021

12th August 2021

Congratulations to our Year 11 pupils on an excellent set of GCSE results. Almost 40% of all entries were graded at 9-7, and well over half were at grade 9-6. At Lucton, we pride ourselves on helping each individual to achieve their full potential, and there were also many other successes beyond the top grades.   These…

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