Free School Meals


For students eligible for free school meals, parents can collect these from the Academy's Upper Campus, via the Academy's kitchens located to the right of the main entrance, on Mondays only. These packs will be available from the Academy at the same location as before between 11:00am and 12:00 noon. If at all possible it would be appreciated if parents could bring a suitable bag to transport the food home.

If you live in Mablethorpe, you are able to collect your food from the Co-op car park on Mondays at 12.30pm. Please call the Academy in advance to arrange this.

Whilst collecting these please observe social distancing measures and maintain at least 2 metres distance between yourself and others.

Beware Of Scam Emails

We have been asked to warn parents about scam emails regarding free school meal vouchers. These are fake. Do not give bank details via links in emails. Aspens, our caterer, are providing packed lunches for collection at the Academy, not vouchers.

IT Support


If you require support accessing remote learning resources please email: itsupportmat@tollbarmat.org

Please note that the staff responding to these queries are only able to assist with technical issues logging in to resources provided for the pupils by the Academy.

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Welcome To Louth Academy

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Louth Academy

Louth Academy is a co-educational comprehensive serving Louth and the surrounding area with approximately 850 students across two sites. It was formed from two schools, Monks' Dyke Tennyson College and Cordeaux Academy. Cordeaux Academy has become Louth Lower and educates Year 7 and 8 students with Louth Upper on Monks' Dyke road educating students from Years 9, 10 and 11.

Louth Academy benefits from being part of the Tollbar Family of Academies. The Trust has a strong track record in turning round failing schools as can be seen by the successful outcomes at Cleethorpes and Somercotes Academies as well as the significant improvements already seen at Louth Academy this academic year.

The Trust has supported the new Academy with a completely new senior leadership team as well as new teachers and support staff. There has also been a major programme of refurbishment on both sites at Louth Academy due to significant financial support from Lincolnshire County Council and Tollbar Multi Academy Trust. This has meant that students now have a first class learning environment that matches the standard of accommodation that exists at all of the Tollbar Family of Academies.

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Louth Academy
Executive Principal

Martin Brown
BA (Hons).

Tollbar MAT
Chief Executive

David J Hampson
OBE, BSc, BA.
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