Miss B provided a celebration lunch for some students today, acknowledging those who had shown resilience and outstanding attitude throughout the academic year. They were treated with pizza, drinks and music provided by “DJ Cherryade” – as well as further entertainment provided by some of the staff.
” Practically perfect in every way, 5* ” In every job that must be done, there is an element of fun! It was very apparent that as well as a huge amount of work, the LCA cast had certainly encountered a lot of fun along the way this year. Once again, the LCA annual performance […]
What is the most agonising pain to exist? Well, according to our students it is stubbing your toe! This was the basis for Lincoln Castle Academy’s SlamJam entry; an annual performance poetry competition held by Lincoln Rotary Club. Three of our Year 8 students Amelia Chakur, Sonia Freiria and Ellie-Marie McLellan headed down to the […]
This week has been quite different at LCA. Having finished their exams Year 11 have turned their attention to the important business of ‘prom prep’: fake tan application, nail gels and securing the most unique wheels for the evening. Despite it being over a decade ago, Billy retains the title; he flagged down his local […]
Lincoln Castle Academy is pleased to announce this year’s production will be Mary Poppins – on Wednesday 4th and Thursday 5th July. Further details on our attached poster. Please come and watch this great production, showcasing the talents of students and staff!
Ash Dickinson (a performance poet) came to Lincoln Castle Academy today to perform at and judge in the Year 7 heats of the 2018 Slam Star competition. We also welcomed Troy Andrews to both the Year 7 and Year 8 heats. He judged at both and performed after the Year 8 heats. He has performed […]
Across the United Kingdom children and adults have donned their sports kit and are participating in sporting activities in aid of Sport Relief. There’s plenty of coverage by the BBC and well known comedians, DJs, business people and sports stars have been pushing their personal boundaries by running, cycling, hiking across the country. Every two […]
I was fortunate to attend a two day training course to qualify as a Range Safety Officer for the Bloodhound SSC educational program. This basically means that I can run rocket car races at our school and in primary schools. The actual Bloodhound SSC will hopefully travel 1000mph and will be driven by Andy Green who […]