May marathon

During May, 16 boarders and staff have taken up the challenge to run, or walk, the equivalent of a marathon. For some such as Mr Goffe who completed the Manchester marathon over Easter this will be ‘a walk in the park’ while for others it will be more of a challenge. Whatever category people come […]

Congratulations to Team Nicole

Many congratulations to Nicole and her team as they emerged victorious in this year’s house competition. As previously reported all 3 teams were in contention as the final 2 events arrived. After a hectic Easter Egg Hunt where nearly 2000 eggs were located in less then 20 minutes, the Easter Bunny had been busy, Nicole […]

House Competition Finale.

With two events to go any one of the three houses can still win the house competition. Tomorrow’s Easter Egg hunt and if required Monday night’s quiz will determine who goes out for the winners meal on Tuesday. For the first house event of this module Miss Johnson came up with an ingenious idea for a […]

Rob & Cheney!

Miss Johnson and a willing team of helpers created two ‘succulent’ turtles today to adorn the front of the boarding house. The boarders involved came up with the names of Rob and Cheney. It took some people a long time to work out why they had chosen the names even if it is rather obvious […]

LSST Annual Lincolnshire Schools Oxbridge Conference

On Friday 22nd March, the Academy hosted our annual Lincolnshire Schools’ Oxbridge Conference. Over 550 Year 11 and Year 12 students and staff attended from twenty four schools from around the county. The Year 11 presentations focused on being an Oxbridge undergraduate, information about studying either STEM subjects or Humanities/Arts and advice on how to prepare for […]

House Art Competition

Ng cemented their place at the top of the house competition with victory in the recent art competition which was on the theme of ‘positivity’. All three houses produced excellent entries which are now in ‘pride of place’ above our new ‘well-being & positivity’ board. Many thanks to Mrs Bell for taking on the unenviable […]