Our Vision

Giles Academy aims to provide the very best possible educational experience for every one of its students.

We all work hard to provide this through:

  • a wide range of opportunities for students to learn in a safe, supportive, creative, happy environment
  • having the very highest expectations of the entire school community in everything that we do
  • working together with others inside and outside the school to meet our aims

In addition to academic success, we also place extremely high value on the development of character; responsibility, ambition, honesty, confidence, compassion and courage.

Upcoming Events

Boston Illuminate

Year 8 and Year 7 Bronze Arts Award student spent all day on Friday 10 November building lanterns in the shape of boats for the Boston Illuminate procession that takes place on Thursday 23 November.  The students worked with Transported artists Ruth and Nadia, and another Transported artist called Lauren Sharpe. Lauren is an ex-pupil of the Giles who left over 4 years ago to study Fine Art at Lincoln University.  The workshop was excellent and we hope that many people will come and support our students at the event next week.

A Level Geography Students Field Trip

A Level Geography students have been out and about this week collecting data and trialling fieldwork techniques. To read more click here.

Bronze Arts Award Students

On Tuesday 14th November 22 Giles Academy Bronze Arts Award students from Year 8 and Year 7 completed an arts workshop with Year 3 Minster School pupils. To read more click here.

Lincolnshire Sports Awards 2017

Congratulations to Year 9 student Ethan Steele, after being named Lincolnshire Young Sportsman of the Year 2017. The event was held at the Epic Centre, Lincolnshire Showground. He is pictured here receiving his award from the CEO of Chestnut Homes. Ethan was honoured for his commitment to the art of judo.

This is a huge achievement. Well done Ethan!

Remembrance Assembly

Giles Academy held a series of Remembrance assemblies for individual year groups throughout the last week. To read more click here.

Charter of the Forest Art Exhibition at the Chapter House in Lincoln Cathedral

The Giles Art department Charter of the Forest exhibition at the Chapter House of Lincoln Cathedral has come to an end.  The exhibition coincided with the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Charter of the Forest and formed part of the Cathedrals celebrations to mark this anniversary.  It was a great privilege for our school to exhibit in such a prestigious place, and the exhibition has been warmly received and seen by hundreds of people. The display coincided with the Remembrance weekend, one of the busiest for the Cathedral.  On Saturday a choral concert took place in the Chapter House, with many people experiencing this concert and also looking at our art exhibition!

The comment book contains many wonderful comments about the art work, and the commitment of our students.

Artsmark Gold Achievement

Giles Academy is pleased to present a Mighty Creatives video about our Artsmark Gold achievement. The Mighty Creatives are an arts organisation that works with the Arts Council to promote the arts in schools nationwide. We were the only secondary school in the East Midlands to achieve Gold! Enjoy the video.

Cheerleading Lunch Club

Cheerleading club begins on Wednesday 20 September.  The cost of this is £1.50 a session.  If any students would like to take part, could you please pay £18 via Parentpay as soon as possible?  This will cover all sessions up to Christmas.  

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If you shop online, you could support Giles Academy with every purchase, just by logging on to easyfundraising.co.uk or downloading the app! It is 100% free to use and you can raise money by shopping with your favourite retailers. There are over 2,700 to choose from including Amazon, Tesco, Boots, Sky, ASOS, Ebay and more.

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