Lady Lumley's School
Lady Lumley's School is a coeducational secondary school and sixth form located in Pickering, North Yorkshire, England. It was founded in Thornton le Dale in 1670 and named after Viscountess Lumley, a family title of the Earl of Scarborough. It has school links worldwide, particularly within Tanzania, Morocco, China and France.
|Lady Lumley's School|
|Motto||Deo, Regi, Patriae (For God, King, Country)|
|Local authority||North Yorkshire|
|Department for Education URN||121671 Tables|
|Head teacher||Richard Bramley|
|Age||11 to 18|
The school has been awarded Sportsmark 2008, an iNET qualification, Specialist Schools and Academies Trust, a British Schools Orienteering award and was classified as a Healthy School. In 2010 Ofsted Inspection Report rated Lady Lumley's School as overall grade 2 (good).