admin

A day out to Creswell Crags

A day out to Creswell Crags

This is my diary entry for my class trip to Creswell Crags.

 admin

YJA meets Kathryn Hughes

YJA meets Kathryn Hughes

Kathryn Hughes spent twenty years of her academic career researching the Victorians, before realizing that she didn’t know what it felt like to be a Victorian. She knew the facts, the dates and the statistics. She was able to analyse the political uprisings of the Chartists and assess Britain foreign policy, but unsure what it would feel […]

 admin

Lincoln Castle Voted Best in UK

Lincoln Castle Voted Best in UK

Lincoln is well known for its medieval structures that are perched on top of a hill and look down on the city below. The cathedral, palace and castle draw tourists from all over the world and visitor numbers look set to increase as Lincoln Castle has just been voted the UK’s most popular castle! William […]

 admin

Lincoln Knights’ Trail: Part 3

Lincoln Knights’ Trail: Part 3

All around the city of Lincoln, tourists and locals alike are following the Lincoln Knights’ Trail – 36 hand-painted sculptures that celebrate the 800th anniversary of the Battle of Lincoln and the sealing of the Charter of the Forest. But now local schools are getting in on the act with their slightly smaller versions! For […]

 admin

Lincoln Knights’ Trail: Part 2

Lincoln Knights’ Trail: Part 2

To celebrate the 800th anniversary of the Battle of Lincoln and the sealing of the Charter of the Forest, 36 sculptures will shortly appear across Lincoln to form a Knights’ trail. Schools, like Heighington Millfield Primary Academy, have been joining in the fun too! (See Part 1 here.) After a workshop and a brainstorm of […]

 admin

Why Lincoln City earned the right to be in the Quarterfinal of the FA Cup IMO #12

Why Lincoln City earned the right to be in the Quarterfinal of the FA Cup IMO #12

  I’m Will from Heighington Millfield Primary Academy, I am a keen journalist and sports fan, that is why I’m re-launching my sport-based series of articles called IMO (standing for ‘in my opinion’). I will add to this series once a month, so you can always look forward to some new sports articles arriving at the YJA website! […]

 admin

The Knights’ Trail: Part 1

The Knights’ Trail: Part 1

After Lincoln’s great 2015 success of the Barons, an exciting new project has been launched in the form of a knight’s trail across the city to celebrate the Battle of Lincoln and the sealing of the Charter of the Forest. Much to the delight of its pupils, Heighington Millfield Primary Academy has acquired a half-sized […]

 admin

Pupils ready to cheer Lincoln at the Emirates

Pupils ready to cheer Lincoln at the Emirates

With the FA Cup quarter-finals almost here, excitement at Heighington Millfield Primary Academy is at fever-pitch. A number of pupils will be at the Emirates on Saturday to see Lincoln take on the mighty Arsenal, others will be planning to watch the game on the big screen at Sincil Bank or staying at home and […]

 admin

Football World Cup Set For Expansion

Football World Cup Set For Expansion

Europeans football governing body will ask for its teams to be given 16 places at the extended 48-team 2026 world cup. Uefa will also request that the European teams that qualify are kept apart in the first round. The different look tournament will start with an initial stage of 16 three-team groups, with 32 qualifiers […]

 admin

Minnows through to the 5th round of the FA Cup IMO #9

Minnows through to the 5th round of the FA Cup IMO #9

Hi, I’m Will from Heighington Millfield Primary Academy, I am a keen journalist and sports fan, that is why I’m re-launching my sport-based series of articles called IMO (standing for ‘in my opinion’). I will add to this series once a month, so you can always look forward to some new sports articles arriving at the YJA website! […]

1 2 3 12