Lincoln Christ's Hospital School

Lincoln Christ's Hospital School
Educating in Lincoln since 1090


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Literacy: Currently reading ‘Cloud Atlas’ by David Mitchell.

Numeracy: Should I get a new credit card and which one is the best value for money?

SMCS Focus: Freedom

Extended SMSC Focus: Healthy relationships

This term’s Big Question: Literacy – what do we like to read?

Attitude to Learning Focus: Expert learners pride themselves on being friendly and helpful to others in our school

‘If opportunity doesn't knock, build a door’. Milton Berle

This week I would like to say, ‘Good luck’ to all of the Year 11 students who are about to sit their follow-up mock exams in English and Maths in the coming week. We say, ‘Good luck’ but luck has nothing to do with it. In theory, while the exam hasn’t even been taken yet, the results are already written because the better marks will come from the students who have put most work in over a number of weeks. The students who have been going to all of the interventions since Christmas - after school, on the weekend, to 6+6 - working hard every single day and completing their homework and going above and beyond. These students write their own luck. These students have not left it to chance. They have made the decision to take matters into their own hands and, in doing so, strive for something better. So, while we may say, ‘Good luck’, what I really mean is congratulations to all of the Year 11s who have been consistently working hard every single day and are a credit to their tutor group, their year group, their friends and our school – congratulations on being a fabulous bunch of people – regardless of your scores.

However, if this isn’t you yet – and I stress the ‘yet’ - when is the time to start? What are you waiting for? What will it take for you to take your future – with the most crucial time being only four months away - into your own hands?

I would like to thank and congratulate the following students:

•             Everyone who attends and helps with 6+6

•             Everyone involved in making buns, selling them and supporting the fairy bricks charity

•             To all of our students and staff involved in Duke of Edinburgh and to Alpkit for the expedition equipment

•             The Year 11 students for their stunning history homework on the American West

•             To the Sixth Form and their participation in the Domestic Abuse project awareness morning

•             Everyone who has donated to the book swap

•             All students involved in the Readathlon

•             To the Year 9 students who excelled in the £5er challenge – some amazing entrepreneurial skills!

Have an enjoyable weekend.


M Mckeown



Pop-Up LCHS Uniform Shops

Dates for the next Pop-Up uniform shops here at LCHS Tuesday 28th March 3pm – 5.30pm Wednesday 14th June 4pm – 9pm Monday 21st August 10am - 2pm  ...

Tuesday, 21st March 2017


Spain Trip 2016

      From the 14th-19th October, thirty-nine students and four staff took part in the annual Spanish Department trip. This year, we visited the picturesque region of Andalucía and stayed in a hotel by the beach in Torrem...

Friday, 11th November 2016


Headteacher's Blog

Headteacher's Blog 24th March 2017

I think it appropriate to hand this week’s blog over to Red Nose Day. Thank you so much to everyone who has contributed to the fund raising today by bringing in cakes, selling buns, donating money to come in non-uniform or just helping on one o...

Friday, 24th March 2017


Headteacher's Blog 3rd March 2017

Literacy: Currently reading ‘Cloud Atlas’ by David Mitchell. Numeracy: How do I use the exchange rate information to change pounds into dollars? SMCS Focus: Freedom Extended SMSC Focus: Healthy relationships This term’s Big Quest...

Friday, 3rd March 2017


House Scores

49,679 51,133 49,547 51,713