- Welcome from the Headteacher
- Admissions - Induction booklets
- Admissions - How to apply
- Values & Visions
- Heritage of the School
- Leadership Team
- LC Governing Body
- Register of Interests
- Governor Meeting Attendance 2015/2016
- Scheme of Delegation
- Governor Appointments & Terms of Office
- Governor Meeting Attendance 2014/15
- 2016 GCSE Results
- 2016 A Levels Results
- Diary Listing
- Annie The Musical
- Staff List
- SMSC & British Values
- PSHCE programme
- The Wellbeing Group
- STEM at Lutterworth
- Parental Engagement at the College
Welcome to Lutterworth College
Welcome to Lutterworth College. Formerly known as Lutterworth Grammar School, we have a long tradition of providing a quality education with high expectations for all our students both in and out of the classroom.
Our motto is Sapere Aude or Dare to be Wise. We dare to be wise in everything we do; we want our students to be the best they can be.
Lutterworth College is a school steeped in history and we are proud of our rich heritage. We have always had a strong reputation for providing a high quality education for young people and we have a track record of delivering results for our students when it counts. In 2014 we recorded our best ever GCSE results and in 2015 we broke more records with our best ever set of A level results. In our 2016 results we matched our best ever GCSE results and recorded the highest ever AS Level results in the history of the school by some margin. We are also really proud of our outstanding English results from 2016 where 84% of our 550 Year 11 students achieved their at least target grades, with 42% exceeding them.
Achieving great examination outcomes is important for young people to be able to pursue their dreams but we know school life is about so much more than certificates and qualifications. This is why we place just as much emphasis on our pastoral care and support for young people so they are able to flourish and succeed during their education here. The holistic development of our students into responsible, mature and respectful young adults is incredibly important to us and providing them with a breadth of opportunities and extra-curricular activities is a fundamental part of what we do.
In 2015 we introduced our first cohort of Year 7 students to the school since the 1960s and they have flourished in their first year here. Year 7 students have their own emotionally secure learning base known as The Laurels. This is separate from the rest of the school and enables students to make the transition into secondary education smoothly. We know that this transition is something parents and students can worry about so we do everything we can to ensure Year 7 students feel happy and comfortable. The Laurels is actually the foundation of the original school from 1880 and we have invested in completely refurbishing this beautiful old building into a bespoke and vibrant learning and social base for our Year 7 students.
Our Sixth Form is thriving and with over 500 post-16 students we offer an extensive choice of subjects with over 30 A Level and vocational qualifications to choose from. Our iconic building ‘Auburn Place’ acts as a wellbeing and pastoral base for our Sixth Form students and we have an extensive range of study spaces for students to complete independent work in, including our superb E-Learning Centre.
We are an inclusive College; we attach great importance to understanding each student's individual needs, helping all our young people to make the best of their abilities.
We hope you find this website informative. However, the best way to find out more is to see us in action!
I look forward to welcoming you to our college.
Telephone: 01455 554101