Welcome to Lincoln St Christopher's School
Part of The Federation of The St Francis Special School Lincoln and The Lincoln St Christopher’s School
Across the Federation we cater for pupils between the ages of 2 to 19 with wide ranging special educational needs including physical and medical needs, Autistic Spectrum Disorders and social communication difficulties and severe and profound learning difficulties.
Both schools enjoy excellent facilities and provide high quality, individualised provision for all pupils by working closely with other professionals.
The over-riding aim of our Federation is to provide an inclusive education in the most real sense; preparing young people to take a confident and active place in society, who are well prepared to meet the challenges of adult life, including the world of work, continuing education and independent living and the world of day care provision for those where further education is not the most appropriate next step after leaving school.
We are very proud of the Federation and are always pleased to welcome visitors (virtual tour). Whether you are a prospective parent and child, a colleague from another school or profession or a member of the local community please telephone either school and we will be happy to show you around.
We hope that you can find all of the information you need on our websites – if not, please do not hesitate to contact either St Francis School or St Christopher’s School with your query where Administrative Staff and Senior Staff of each site are available to talk to you.
July 2022 Newsletter now available to download.
The local authority have agreed to expand our school from 230 to 333 students over the next four years.
Important events and special dates to remember.
Head teacher - Kyna Adkins
Assistant Head - Helen Reed
Assistant Head - Niall McCordick
Student Wellbeing Team...
Semi Formal / Pre Formal Wellbeing - Chloe Bowness
Formal / Core Formal Wellbeing - Holly Strachan
We are committed to a policy of treating each person equally and we have carefully considered and analysed the impact of our policies on equality and the possible implications for individuals with protected characteristics, recognising the need to eliminate discrimination, advance equality of opportunity and foster good relations.
9 Protected characteristics: Age, Sex, Race, Disability, Religion, Gender re-assignment, Pregnancy or maternity, Marriage or Civil partnership, Sexual orientation.