Lingfield finishes this quite remarkable year on a high. We are extremely proud of the way our students have adapted so well to remote learning with thousands of lessons being delivered online across every year group.
We’d like to introduce our incoming Head Boy, Head Girl, Deputy Head Boy and Deputy Head Girl team.
As some of our school community returns, albeit, under different circumstances, Lingfield College has risen to the challenge of delivering a rich student experience remotely across the entire school over the past few months.
Lingfield College is fully committed to provide a continued provision of a varied and engaging education throughout the school during its temporary closure.
Some helpful suggestions from Pip our School Counsellor
Lingfield College extend a warm welcome to their ISI Inspectors who are with us 5th and 6th February.
Friday 31st January is a special day for Lingfield College - no, not because of Brexit, but because it's the day four Year 12 economists submitted their entry for the IEA Budget Challenge competition.
Super 6s Indoor hockey finals
Five Year 10 students went to Christ's Hospital for the launch of the project
The aim of a Model United Nations (MUN) Club is to model negotiations and discuss global issues using formal procedure and language.
It has been an extremely successful term for girls’ hockey at Lingfield: our most successful term to date. We have played over 150 fixtures with over 160 girls representing the school. We’ve also had many chosen to represent their county.
I am pleased to say that the 1st XI Football team has been one of the school’s most successful teams again this term.