William Lovell Church of England Academy
Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
About William Lovell Church of England Academy
William Lovell Church of England Academy is a co-educational, non-selective, Christian secondary school for children aged 11-16. It is situated in Boston, Lincolnshire, and there are 367 pupils on its roll.
The secondary school was rated “good” in its most recent Ofsted inspection (2015) and it won the Regional Award from PiXL for Outstanding GCSE Results 2015.
William Lovell Church of England Academy is a branch of a school set up under the terms of William Lovell’s will in 1678. He said: “The School of the Foundation shall continue to be maintained as a Public Elementary School, and religious instruction in accordance with the doctrines of the Church of England shall be given therein."
Mrs S Craig
Values and vision
William Lovell Church of England Academy’s aim is to build upon its strengths and become an outstanding centre for learning. It strives to achieve this through high-quality teaching and learning, with a commitment to valuing the potential in all members of the school’s community.
Teachers aim for students to become highly skilled, confident, critical thinkers, well placed to succeed in further education and employment and emerge as active members of the community. The school ethos is underpinned by the core Christian values of truth, justice, respect, generosity and forgiveness.
“The college provides a good range of subjects in the curriculum. There is a keen focus on academic achievement which is expanded by the provision of enrichment courses in drama, music and art. There are a number of work-related courses offered to Key Stage 4 and 5 students, including BTEC courses such as public services and applied A and AS courses in business and finance.”