Year 7 students have been celebrating Roald Dahl’s birthday today with book readings, costumes, quizzes and other fun tasks.
Thursday 22nd June saw not only our Year 11 prom but also the final of the Slam Jam poetry competition. Our brilliant Year 11 finalist, Cas Potterton, represented LCA with professionalism and passion, performing in his prom attire before being whisked off to join the rest of his year group. The evening involved a workshop […]
English Language Here are some revision tips and links for the English language Paper 2 on 12th June: GCSE English Language (New) Paper 2 (8700/2)-Writers’ viewpoints and perspectives (non-fiction) AQA – P2 Q2 – Summary – ‘How’ to summarise! AQA – P2 Q2 – Summary – Help with NOT analysing language! AQA – P2 Q3 – Language – Analysing […]
On Wednesday 17th May, Faith Croft (Year 7), Michael Howell and Cas Potterton (Year 11) competed at the annual poetry Slam Jam semi-finals at Lincoln Christ Hospital School. We were the final heat and our students competed against other students across KS3 and KS4 from South Axholme and LCHS. Despite the heavy rain on our […]
Celebrating World Book Day, our Year 7 students have been taking part in literary activities – as well as just reading. The students were able to draw a new book cover and start the book inside, word searches, colouring, dressing up in book based characters, memory game clues tied into books for the students to […]
Our Year 10 student, Rose Halward, was invited to attend a prestigious event organised by the Cultural Learning Alliance at the Houses of Parliament at the end of January, 2017. The purpose of the event was to celebrate the launch of Imagine Nation: the value of cultural learning, a new publication that sets out personal, […]
The Year 11s took part in a revision workshop for An Inspector Calls on 7th February delivered by STAGE-ED theatre. In the workshop, pupils were involved in a variety of drama activities and also listened to a talk from Mike Southern, an actor, who shared some very interesting points about J.B Priestley and his ideas. […]
The Year 8 students walked worryingly into the dark room in the old building at the side of the school grounds. Not many had been there before though a hardy few said it was safe. They knew an old lady lived there but, dressed in black, they weren’t sure if she could be trusted. “Come […]