This week we have sent out 120+ letters for high effort to our year 11 students this week!
That is more than half the year group putting in exceptional effort across all of their lessons and displaying resilience and aspiration in the final year of their GCSE’s.
Fantastic work everyone!
Our wellbeing ambassadors have been getting ready for their weekly supervision session; this is a great opportunity to support their own wellbeing and discuss resources and support for students in our community.
Sports results from last week, and this weeks sport events can be found below! Well done BCA
Y8B Netball: BCA 21 – 1 NK
Y9B Netball: BCA 21 – 8 LCHS
Boys Badminton Results
Y8A Badminton: BCA 1 – 5 LSST
Y8B Badminton: BCA 0 – 6 LSST
Y9A Badminton: BCA 3 – 3 LSST
Y9B Badminton: BCA 0 – 6 LSST
Y9A Badminton: BCA 5 – 1 QEHS
Y9B Badminton: BCA 1 – 5 QEHS
Y10A Badminton: BCA 1 – 5 QEHS
Y10B Badminton: BCA 1 – 5 QEHS
Girls Badminton Results
Y10/9A Badminton: BCA 2 – 4 QEHS
Y10/9B Badminton: BCA 2 – 4 QEHS
Utilitia Cup Results
U13 Girls Utilitia Cup – 4th
P.E. Fixtures w/c 27th November
|Fri 1st Dec||Lincoln and Gainsborough Cross County Championships
Yesterday was the first full day rehearsal for this years musical “Singing in the Rain”.
The students were practising their lines, acting, dance routines and musical numbers in what looks like it will be another spectacular show.
We can’t wait for you all to see the final product during show week 5th – 9th February.
Fantastic news this week as we have sent home over 90 emails for Year 9 students who have shown high effort levels this year so far!
Congratulations to all those students!
Our new Wellbeing Ambassadors are now actively supporting our students throughout the academy.
The team is made up of Y13 students who have completed and passed specific training which allows them to work across the whole school.
They are trained to offer advice and practical strategies which builds resilience and confidence for students.
They are a valuable asset to our already proactive wellbeing approach in school.
Students can identify them by their yellow lanyards and they are able to approach them if they have any issues, they are happy to help.