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 […]
Lincoln Castle Academy has bought a new defibrillator, which is able to provide a new layer of life-saving support for any one suffering cardiac arrest; the device is kept in our reception and can be used by anyone who is in contact with the emergency services. This real case of “first” aid could well be […]
ROUNDERS – Player of the Match YEAR 8 V WFarr Fielding – Cerise Tinker Batting – Ellie Garnett Well played to All the Winning Team: Agne, Ugne, Amy Flear, Casey Dixon, Mia Davis, Emily Barrett, Lucy Allen ———————————————— ROUNDERS – Player of the Match YEAR 10 V WFarr […]
We were blessed with great weather for the whole day: warm, sunny and just a stiff breeze down the back straight! The athletic festivities started at 10am with the unique LCA 10×10 relay – 50 runners representing the five houses, each running a quick-fire 10 metres – sometimes it took longer to hand over the […]
Girls from years 10 and 11 had a fantastic day yesterday getting fully stuck in to full contact rugby at an inter-schools tournament hosted by Lincoln Rugby Club.The girls “absolutely smashed” the first game as well!I was really nervous about playing rugby, thinking it a man’s game, but actually it was really good fun! I’d love […]
Year 8/9 Netball Players of the Match v LCHS Casey Dixon Yr8 Molly Hogan Yr9 Year 7 Football Player of the Match v LCHS Jake Shepherd LCA 2 – 0 LCHS Well played All!
Year 7 students took part in a great skipping challenge to raise funds for the British heart Foundation – as well as having a bit of fun and good exercise too! [foogallery id="3655"]
The year 7 Charity football match ended Saxon 2-1 Celts.A great show of teamwork by all the lads involved, and spectators donating a grand total of £16.66 for Lincolnshire Hospice. Thanks to Mr S Smith for being the referee, albeit a dubious penalty robbed Celts.Mr Whenman