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.
Spurred by the awards assembly before Christmas, many students from year 7 to year 11 worked exceedingly hard this spring and were rewarded once again with an assembly, certificate, and the traditional rewards breakfast. As inspiration does not always have to come from Olympic athletes, war heroes or billionaire business entrepreneurs, our own Deputy Head […]
Students from Years 7 to 11 who had excelled in their academic and ATL grades were presented certificates at an assembly on Friday, 15th December. Two former students of Lincoln Castle Academy, Abbie Hicks and Abbie Proctor returned to deliver speeches about their time at university, as well as other activities they had taken part […]
The Humanities department recently offered a trip to the Harry Potter studios in London, for a selection of higher achieving students. “We arrived at the studio around lunchtime, so sat on the benches outside to eat our lunches. The outside of the studios look incredible and it got everyone really excited to go inside. We […]
On Thursday 22nd June the “whole school” (with Year 10 on Work Experience and 11 and 13 on exam duty, it was Years 7, 8 and 9, at least!) visited the Lincolnshire Show – one of the business, social and cultural highlights of the County’s annual calendar. After a short bus ride (lots of buses […]
Miss Winfield awarded the Bronze, Silver and Gold Castle CAPS, ATL and Progress certificates this morning to Year 8 students. She was impressed with the number of students who had achieved certificates for points awarded, as well as the favourable numbers of students who had not been given any behaviour points for the whole year, […]
Year 10 students received their rewards just before the half term break. The main reward was a trip to the bowling alley, which was aimed to strike the right note…
Year 7 students received their rewards for CAPs points – Contribution, Attitude to Learning and Progress – today. Mrs Grant was most impressed at the hard work and dedication shown by the whole year group, and those rewarded will be getting a special treat this afternoon. Book ReviewsThere were so many wonderful book reviews I […]