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  • Are you clearing out your shed?

    Published 09/02/24

    As the weather warms up gardening club are starting to prepare for our spring planting, and we’d love to receive any of your unwanted garden tools, pots, compost or vegetable seeds (in date, please). Any items can be left at reception. Thank you!

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  • Growth Mindset

    Published 09/02/24

    Staff are invited to nominate students who have demonstrated a Growth Mindset in the past few weeks. This might have been in lessons, in clubs, in tutor time or simply around school. Please note we already award bi-annual subject badges and merits for good academic work, effort and improvement. These Growth Mindset nominations recognise those who show resilience (academic or otherwise); who aren’t afraid to get things wrong and learn from it; those who have a go, take themselves out of their comfort zone or show that even if a task is tough, they will persevere.

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  • Student Success - Swimming

    Published 08/02/24

    Congratulations to Evelyn (8FJ), at the recent Lincolnshire ASA county swimming championships. 

    Having achieved the tough qualifying times to enter the competition, Evelyn competed with hundreds of other swimmers over two weekends, representing the Lincoln Vulcans Swimming Club in 50m, 100m, 200m breast stroke as well as the 100m individual medley.  She reached the final in all her events and even won a bronze medal in the 50m race.  These results came as a result of her persistence and hard work during training, involving many very early starts and a big commitment from her; we are all very proud of her achievement.

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  • New Science lab for September 2024!

    Published 02/02/24

    We are delighted to announce our plans to invest £90,000 in the refurbishment of an existing classroom into a fully equipped Science lab, after staff at the school were successful in securing additional funding.

    Work will start on the project in July this year, and it should be completed in time for the start of the Autumn term.

    The cost of the project is funded with the help of a grant of nearly £80,000 from the Wolfson Foundation, an independent charity with a focus on research and education that awards grants to support excellence in the fields of science, health, heritage, humanities and the arts.

    Although we already have six fully functioning labs, the development will mean more specialist facilities available for science classes.

    We are delighted to have secured the grant and excited about how the new facilities can help our students reach their potential.

    Paul Ramsbottom, Chief Executive of the Wolfson Foundation, said: “We are very pleased to support Kesteven and Sleaford High School in creating outstanding facilities for their students. We hope the new laboratory will help inspire students to have a lifelong interest in science.”

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  • Growth Mindset

    Published 11/01/24

    Staff are invited to nominate students who have demonstrated a Growth Mindset in the past few weeks. This might have been in lessons, in clubs, in tutor time or simply around school. Please note we already award bi-annual subject badges and merits for good academic work, effort and improvement. These Growth Mindset nominations recognise those who show resilience (academic or otherwise); who aren’t afraid to get things wrong and learn from it; those who have a go, take themselves out of their comfort zone or show that even if a task is tough, they will persevere.

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  • Festive peace chain

    Published 19/12/23

    The Personal Development session on Friday 8 December was for students to create a school ‘Peace Chain’ with messages of peace written by each individual. There has been much unrest and difficulty over the last year and we wanted a focus on positivity in society as 2023 comes to an end and 2024 begins. The Peace Chains from each form were joined together to make a whole school chain, demonstrating that when we all work together for a common goal, we can affect great change in society. Our challenge to our students in 2024 is to be the change that they want to see and to act on their message of peace however they can. All students who took part were awarded a House Point for their contribution.

    Mr Rooke

    Head of House System

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  • Gingerbread Bridge Challenge

    Published 19/12/23

    In the recent 2nd annual Gingerbread Bridge Challenge for A-level Physics students, teams of three were challenged to design, bake, build, and decorate a bridge made purely of gingerbread.

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  • Festive fundraising at KSHS

    Published 19/12/23

    Chloe, Fatimah, Anya, Grace and Elikarisa in Year 8 took part in a festive walk for charity on Saturday 2 December.

    They have raised £385 so far for St. Barnabas Hospice.

    Well done to you all!

    Miss P Adamson

    Form tutor

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  • Growth Mindset

    Published 08/12/23

    Staff are invited to nominate students who have demonstrated a Growth Mindset in the past few weeks. This might have been in lessons, in clubs, in tutor time or simply around school. Please note we already award bi-annual subject badges and merits for good academic work, effort and improvement. These Growth Mindset nominations recognise those who show resilience (academic or otherwise); who aren’t afraid to get things wrong and learn from it; those who have a go, take themselves out of their comfort zone or show that even if a task is tough, they will persevere.

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  • Year 11 Post Mock Exams PSHE Day by Alice Bailey 11NP

    Published 07/12/23

    On Friday 24 November and following the completion of our two-week-long GCSE mocks, we were given the opportunity to enjoy a relaxed and rewarding day at school attending sessions that included: first aid training, yoga, a session with Lincolnshire Police, revisiting UniFrog, and a motivational speech at the end of the day.

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  • Growth Mindset

    Published 24/11/23

    Staff are invited to nominate students who have demonstrated a Growth Mindset in the past few weeks. This might have been in lessons, in clubs, in tutor time or simply around school. Please note we already award bi-annual subject badges and merits for good academic work, effort and improvement. These Growth Mindset nominations recognise those who show resilience (academic or otherwise); who aren’t afraid to get things wrong and learn from it; those who have a go, take themselves out of their comfort zone or show that even if a task is tough they will persevere.

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  • Growth Mindset

    Published 10/11/23

    Staff are invited to nominate students who have demonstrated a Growth Mindset in the past few weeks. This might have been in lessons, in clubs, in tutor time or simply around school. Please note we already award bi-annual subject badges and merits for good academic work, effort and improvement. These Growth Mindset nominations recognise those who show resilience (academic or otherwise); who aren’t afraid to get things wrong and learn from it; those who have a go, take themselves out of their comfort zone or show that even if a task is tough they will persevere.

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