The School provides educational support for pupils who are unable to be in mainstream school by virtue of a decision made by a medical practitioner. 

Pupils are entitled to a full time education, or as much education as their medical needs will allow. 

Pupils are taught either in the home or in one of four bases located in the county. 

Pupils have access to a wide range of GCSE and BTEC programs at KS4. 

At KS3 pupils follow either their home school's curriculum or they will follow a Pilgrim led curriculum. 

At KS1-2 pupils always follow the curriculum of their mainstream school. 

Pupils have full access to careers education, PSHE and our own resilience and post traumatic growth course Resilient Me. 

Careers Education

We provide a careers education and impartial guidance  programme in line with latest Government guidelines.  This consists of pastoral support and a programme of  careers education throughout key stage 3 and 4  delivered through the tutorial system.  Year 11 pupils taught in the home are given pastoral support to make post 16 choices. 

The Pilgrim School 'Careers Entitlement Statements' for Parents, Carers & Pupils can be accessed by following the links below.

The CEIAG Policy can be viewed by following the link below and accessed via our policies section of our website.

CEIAG Policy

Additional guidance to help support parents and carers to make appropriate Post 16 choices is available by following the links below.

Advice to Parents for Exploring Career Plans

Pilgrim Careers entitlement for Parents and Carers

Pilgrim Careers Entitlement pupils

Latest News

Celebration Day 2019

Tuesday this week saw a day of Celebration across the school bases.  Louth held their own event tailored to their pupils needs whilst Lincoln and Amber Hill pupils came together to celebrate their achievements over the academic year and, of course, the end of term!

Prom 2019

It was amazing to see so many of our Year 11 and Yr10 pupils supported to attend our annual prom event.  It never ceases to amaze us how well equiped and resilient our pupils have become with time spent with us, to be able to attend and relax in a busy formal setting such as Prom!  The pupils looked great!!

RAF Scampton - Red Arrows Trip

On Thursday 27th June 2019 pupils and staff from Lincoln and Amber Hill bases were invited to RAF Scampton to watch the Red Arrows carry out an in-season display practice.  The weather was perfect, sunny but not too hot and this made great conditions for viewing the display. 

Lincs Show 2019

Pupils from Lincoln and Amber Hill base attended the Lincolnshire Show last week. They all had great fun taking in the sights, sounds and smells (literally) of the show! The KS3 group from Amber Hill joined up with ASD centre students and enjoyed watching  the Police Dog show and cuddling a few lively ferrets! Others had a wander around the shops and stalls trying out games and sampling some of the delicious food on offer. They had such a great time and were so tired that some fell asleep on the way home. A good day had by all and a big shout out to JD for being the group organiser and herding the flock all day!

Congratulations! Completed Exams!

Congratulations to all Yr11 pupils who completed their end of year exams.

Message from the head teacher:

The general consensus from overheard chat from the pupils is that they have been well prepared and have given the exams a good shot. The pupils can feel proud and validated by what they have done. They have been helped to achieve this by having had strong teaching and strong support.