In the Parents section of our site you will find individual tabs to navigate you to content that we feel is useful to you in support of your son or daughter whilst they attend our school.  This will include information related to the latest news of activities and events that our pupils have been, or will be, involved in, or, internal intitiatives we are following.  Information related to our Curriculum and also Online Safety information will feature.

Helpful guide to aid revision.  This guide also has useful tips on generally how to approach learning.

Link: 9 Ways to BEAT REVISION STRESS

9 Ways to Beat Revision Stress

 

Your Guide to School Nursing Service - www.lincolnshirehealthyfamilies.nhs.uk/schoolnursing

This site offers a range of services and acts as a portal to other relevant infomation that could support your childs health and well-being.

 

Online revision APP and assignments

 

GCSE Pod is an app that hosts podcasts (short animated files of lesson content and revision sessions. The school has purchased this for the students to use to assist with lesson content and revision. Please encourage your son or daughter to sign up, down load the appropriate podcasts and start revising and consolidating learning now!

For more information please visit www.gcsepod.com/parents

 

 

 Parenting Support Booklet - To aid support of siblings of students with Autism 

 

Latest News

Educate Against Hate

Messages of hate can take many forms. Extremist groups use them to recruit young people. Here you will find Q&A and resources to help you protect your child

http://educateagainsthate.com/parents/

Celebrating Success:

This summer the school achieved the best  GCSE and BTEC outcomes for our year 11's than we ever have before. Even with new, more demanding GCSE specs in English and Maths, our pupils did brilliantly.  The results are even more impressive against a background that sees more and more complex young people joining our school. Congratulations to the entire school community for these achievements. It is team work that makes the magic happen within our young people.

School Activities: PGL - Caythorpe Centre Trip

To round off a very successful year for all of our pupils and building on the success of last years trip, a PGL trip has been offered out to our pupils and will take place on Friday 14th July at the Caythorpe Centre. Eight of our pupils have felt resilient enough to participate in this day trip supported by a range of our staff. 

 

Celebrating Success: Pilgrim Prom 2017

A good time was had by all at The School Prom. It was such a pleasure to see our young people joining in with such happiness. I will remember B.N's dancing for some time! The alternative awards went down well with the pupils and I think this is becoming more successful every year we do it. The popcorn and candy floss machines were a huge hit too. I fully appreciate these things just don’t happen by themselves:

Some other images from the evening may be viewed in our gallery section soon.

 

Celebrating Success: The Lincolnshire Show

Celebrating Success:

A big thank you to M.P. in theLouth base for coordinating the trip to the Lincolnshire show. We appreciate all the hard work coordinating this has been. It was definitely worth it. The sun shone and a good time was had by all. The pupils had a fantastic time sampling local produce, watching sheep shearing and taking part in various activities available at the show including a sumo-wrestling match between J. (of Lincoln base) and N. (of Boston base).


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