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Report - Lower Lee School - Liverpool - Feb 2012 -

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by georgie, Feb 25, 2012.

  1. georgie

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    Type of school ......Special
    School category ......Community special
    Age range of pupils ......13-16
    Gender of pupils .....Boys
    Number on roll (school) ......48
    Appropriate authority .....The governing body
    Date of previous school inspection ......12 January 2004



    DESCRIPTION OF THE SCHOOL

    Lower Lee is a residential and day school for up to 48 boys aged 13-16 from the City of Liverpool and
    surrounding areas. All pupils have statements of special educational need (SSEN) recognising the
    degree and complexity of their social, emotional and behavioural difficulties (SEBD).There are 26
    pupils on roll and 19 use the residential facility for all or part of each week but not at weekends.
    Nearly all pupils have been underachieving before their admission and attainment on entry is usually
    below average. About three quarters of pupils are entitled to free school meals and many come from
    single parent families; three pupils are in the care of the local authority. Twenty-one pupils are white
    and five are of mixed race. No pupils have English as an additional language. Following very recent
    reorganisation within the local education authority, the school no longer provides for pupils in Years 7
    and 8 and this has resulted in a significant lowering of numbers on roll in the short term.


    SCHOOL INSPECTION REPORT
    http://schooletc.co.uk/school-woolton-high-school-104739#ofsted-report

    DEVELOPMENT PROPOSALS

    The site is currently designated green space in the
    current Unitary Development Plan and is subject
    to a number of Tree Preservation Orders. The
    Council would wish to encourage proposals for a
    discrete number of high value detached dwelling
    houses.


    LOCATION

    The property is located on the edge of Woolton,
    a highly desirable and popular residential area
    of the city. It is situated approximately 8 miles
    south east of the City Centre with the entrance
    situated opposite the gates to Strawberry Fields.

    The school, which originally formed part of a
    wider school campus, closed in 2009. Subject to
    funding the intention is to demolish the existing
    buildings.


    the new premises now go under the name of woolton high school

    pretty much empty rooms once inside, but stiil a nice relaxed mooch


    visited with kevsy21/sparkuk

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    as mentioned in the description its a stones throw away from the former childrens home "strawberry field"


    "Strawberry Field was the name of a Salvation Army Children's Home just around the corner from John Lennon's childhood home in Woolton, a suburb of Liverpool. Lennon and his childhood friends Pete Shotton, Nigel Walley, and Ivan Vaughan used to play in the wooded garden behind the home. One of Lennon's childhood treats was the garden party held each summer in Calderstones Park near the Salvation Army Home every year, where a Salvation Army band played.Lennon's aunt Mimi Smith recalled: "As soon as we could hear the Salvation Army band starting, John would jump up and down shouting, 'Mimi, come on. We're going to be late.'"

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