Lincoln Christ's Hospital School

Lincoln Christ's Hospital School
Educating in Lincoln since 1090

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Welcome to Lincoln Christ's Hospital School


Admissions Policy 2024-25

Admissions Policy 2024-25 Updated



Ambition Lincoln 

Here at LCHS, we took part in the Ambition Lincoln project so we could make a positive impact on the future of our students in Lincoln. As part of this, Ambition Lincoln worked with school leaders to design and promote an education charter for the city -  a statement of what they would like to invite our partners to endorse and promote. To view the Ambition Lincoln Charter, please click the link below:

Ambition Lincoln Charter - Download




 TES Schools Awards 2021

A huge congratulations to our winners Mr Batten, Mr Grainger and Mrs Smith for winning 'Best use of technology' in the TES school awards 2021! 

If you would like to view the Winners Booklet, please click the following link:

You can also watch the ceremony using the following link:




Contacting the School via email?

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The School email address is now: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 


LCHS Virtual Open Day 


MHST Podcasts

The Mental Health Support Team have started to record podcasts which are now live on the LPFT website. There are currently three which have been recorded and are available to listen to now, with new episodes being released every 2-3 weeks.


Governors’ vision for LCHS

An outstanding education for all students.

 To achieve an outstanding education we will ensure that:

  • All students reach their full potential
  • All students have a thirst for knowledge
  • All students have access to a stimulating learning environment
  • All teaching will be of the highest order
  • All students will learn in a safe and nurturing environment
  • All students will have the opportunity for and be encouraged to take part in enrichment and extra-curricular activities
  • All staff and students will be respected, valued and included

Lincoln Christ’s Hospital School cares for every single student. We believe that every child has the capacity for outstanding achievement. Our mission is to help each individual unlock that capacity.

At LCHS, we understand that every student needs a strong academic foundation in order to achieve their full potential. We combine an outstanding and broad curriculum offer with high expectations which ensures that students receive the support and guidance they need to succeed.

Our sense of community is renowned; our pride in our history is well-known but it is the collective aims of our school which ensure we continue to develop and retain our legacy for excellence in education.

  • Every student, member of staff, parent, carer and members of our community will be treated with respect within our inclusive organisation.
  • Our school will provide high quality opportunities and care. We will promote tolerance and understanding which will enable every student to make informed decisions regarding their future path.
  • We will nurture talent and encourage pride in academic excellence.
  • We understand that academic excellence is different for every student but insist on every student aiming for their best in every project, piece of work or lesson.
  • High standards of behaviour are expected from every student.

Lincoln Christ’s Hospital School aims to nurture talent, provide new experiences and inspire and engage every learner to take on the challenge of being the best they can be. We are a strong, safe and happy community with a clear ethos to support every student to unlock their capacity for outstanding achievement.

Mr Mckeown Headteacher


Follow the link to the latest Ofsted report:


News from Siabona

News from Siabona, our partner school in Uganda  "We have conducted a debate today with the motion "village life is better than town life". It was so interesting and all learners seemed interested. Our learners still find it challengi...

Thursday, 31st March 2022


Drama Department News

In the Drama Dept. we ran a trip to Nottingham last Thursday with 50 students from Year 8-13. Mr Austin has had both yr11 and yr13 practical examinations this week, which have been very successful...

Thursday, 31st March 2022