Lady Barn House School

Mar 2018

  1. Leavers Hoodies 2018

    With the children nearing their final few months at Lady Barn, we have set up an online shop with The School Leavers Company, who specialise in ‘Leavers’ Hoodies’.

    Visit the link below to choose your own colour and size. The Junior hoodies are priced at £15.75 each. After the final order is placed hoodies will be delivered to school and distributed. If all goes well, hoodies will be available to take on the school, South Coast Trip.

    The link is as follows and the orders must be placed by the 8th April 2018, to ensure delivery. It is not possible to add to the order after this deadline.


  2. Lady Barn House teams win top honours in National Gymnastics

    Below is a wonderful report from the ISA website detailing the success of Lady Barn at the recent National Gymnastics Championships.

    09.03.18 – Lady Barn House teams win top honours in National Gymnastics

    Top of the tree at ISA’s 2018 National Gymnastics championships was Lady Barn House School from ISA North. They won two of the four major titles on offer and were team silver medallists in the other two. They also had success in the group sequences. Their achievements came very much from a great all-round team effort, as they were not reliant on just a handful of strong individuals scoring very high marks.

    Their under 11 boys proved to be the strongest group on all four disciplines, both floor and vault, with two boys in the top six helping them to a clear lead over runners-up, St Winefrides, from Shrewsbury, who had the individual title winner and the sixth placed boy. Honours were shared amongst boys from several more schools too. Others with competitors in the top ten were Copthill, Castle House, Oakfield and St James.

    Lady Barn also won the under 9 girls, by the very narrow margin of 0.15 ahead of Adcote, with St. Mary’s, Gerrards Cross, entering for the first time, less than half a mark behind. The individual champion was from Adcote. The Lady Barn House girls won more medals and a trophy for the group sequence competition in this age group, with St Mary’s close on their heels.In the under 11 group sequences, won by Adcote, LBH were second, with The Grove and Bowdon Prep scoring well too.

    The under 11 girls’ title was retained by host school, Adcote, who were more than six points ahead of their nearest rivals, Lady Barn. Four of the Adcote girls, including the champion, were placed in the top six individuals, emphasising their dominance, with the other two places filled by sisters from St Winefrides. The Adcote girls won three of the four disciplines by clear margins. Their number one performer scored the highest individual marks of the day with all the judges. The Lady Barn House voluntary floors were particularly successful in this age group. St Winefrides’ under 9 boys proved to be well ahead of the rest, winning this category by nearly ten marks. Five members of their team, including the individual winner, finished in the first six places.

    This was the fifteenth year of the championships, which have always been organised as team events. Gymnasts are brought as teams of six, with all their number playing a part in the team’s achievements on the day. New entrants, Argyle School, Sunderland, and Monmouth Prep in the south-west, with Oakfield and HawleyHurst from south of London, and St Nicholas School, Harlow, as well as schools like Arnold Lodge in the Midlands, helped to create a spread of competitors from across the whole country. All seven regions of ISA were represented, with more than thirty teams taking part. ISA National Sports Ambassador, Roger Brierly, and Headmistress of Adcote School, Diane Browne, spoke at the presentations and gave out trophies and medals. Special thanks are due to the team from Adcote, led by Deputy Head, Louise Hudson, for providing an excellent venue for the second year running, and for hosting and organising an excellent day of competitive sport, which all took place in a cheerful and mutually supportive atmosphere. RMW.

    Results from the competition can be found here.

  3. School Open – As Normal

    Despite weather conditions, the School will be open as normal today, 2nd March. Pupils are advised to wear treaded footwear and keep to cleared pathways. Please revisit this website for the latest information.

    You can let us know that your child will not be attending School today by emailing the School via

    Please only contact the School via telephone if absolutely necessary.

    Should it become necessary to close the School during the School day, parents will be informed via text message. This information will also be posted on this website.

We have now re-opened our doors to all year groups, whilst continuing to provide remote learning alongside our in-school provision. Thank you to our pupils, parents and staff for their support during this unprecedented time. We are still welcoming Admissions enquiries for September 2020 and beyond, via email to Mrs Lachevre: or telephone 0161 359 7241.