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Consultation on ‘special educational needs and disabilities’ vision for Lincolnshire - what do you think?

There is still time to have your say on new proposals to address challenges pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and their families face when accessing education.

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A scene from Onatti Productions visit to the school.

Youngsters say bienvenue to theatre troupe

French lessons stepped out of the classroom and onto the stage at Thomas Middlecott Academy, in Kirton, recently, courtesy of an educational theatre troupe.

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Members of the Sleaford Muslim Community Association, Noureddine Belazia and Albabul Islam, welcome St Botolph's School pupils to their prayer hall. EMN-180802-165037001

School visit to mosque compares faiths

Year Six pupils from St Botolph’s CE Primary School visited Sleaford’s Islamic Centre last week to compare it to Christian buildings for their Religious Education topic about ‘Sacred places’.

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Primary pupils participate in sporting events at Skegness Grammar School. ANL-180902-143608001

Pupils have a ball at sports event in Skegness

Over 600 primary school children took part in a number of inter-school sporting competitions in Skegness.

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Pupils and staff at The John Fielding Special School, Boston, celebrate hitting fundraising target.

School hits £23,000 fund raising target

A special school in Boston is celebrating after hitting its fund raising target of £23,000 to refurbish and kit out afresh its sensory room.

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Lauren Fletcher, 21, of Skegness with Julia Alderson of Linkage Community Trust, where she has been on work placement with Inspire 2 Influence. ANL-180125-153625001

Care sector is inspiring young in Skegness and Boston area work scheme

A trailblazing scheme to encourage young people in Lincolnshire to explore opportunities in the care sector is changing perceptions of what the work entails.

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East Lincolnshire schools invited to share in £253k support for maths

East Lincolnshire schools invited to share in £253k support for maths

Schools on the east side of the county are set to get more support in their maths education following more than £250k of funding announced this morning (Friday).

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Lincolnshire schools continue to succeed at GCSE

GCSE performance tables for 2017 have revealed a good response from Lincolnshire students to the new English and Maths measure.

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Parts of the windmill have been cordoned off following the damage.

Owner positive Sibsey Trader Mill restoration project will go on following damage

‘Life goes on’ - Sibsey Trader Mill’s manager says they are not going to be downbeat about damage caused by strong winds last week.

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Boston College has praised its Ofsted report

College continues to be good

Boston College’s provision, performance and quality of teaching ‘continues to be good’ according to the latest Ofsted report.

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Consultation on ‘special educational needs and disabilities’ vision for Lincolnshire

A consultation has been launched on new proposals to address many of the challenges pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and their families face when trying to access the right education, in the right place at the right time.

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Lincolnshire County Council. EMN-180901-142501001

Council consulting on strategy that could bring education for Lincolnshire children with special needs closer to home

The county council is consulting on new proposals to address challenges faced by pupils in Lincolnshire with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and their families when trying to access the right education, in the right place at the right time.

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Kirton's Thomas Middlecott Academy makes its donation to the Salvation Army.

School backs Salvation Army

Pupils and staff at Kirton’s Thomas Middlecott Academy helped spread some festive cheer at Christmas by donating gifts to children who might not otherwise receive a present.

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Deadline looms for parents to apply for primary school places

Deadline day looms for parents to apply for primary school places in Lincolnshire

The deadline for parents to apply for their child's primary school place is fast approaching.
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A scene from this year's Nativity celebrations at Bicker Preparatory School and Early Years.

Pupils step into the limelight

Youngsters at Bicker Preparatory School have been showcasing their stage talent with two festive productions.

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Volunteers needed for independent school admission appeals

Legal Services Lincolnshire are looking to recruit new volunteers to sit on their board of independent panel members who hear and deliberate county wide school admission appeals.

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A 'golden' occasion at Wrangle Primary School.

Sporty school celebrates gold award

A village school near Boston has struck gold in its commitment to sport.

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The Inside Out production team at Kirton Primary School.

School with its own bank and shop set for TV

An award-winning initiative at a primary school near Boston which helps teach its pupils about money is to be featured on television.

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REVEALED: The Lincolnshire primary schools which fail to meet government standards

These are the Lincolnshire primary schools which fail to meet national targets for pupil progress.

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Thomas Middlecott school, Kirton. EMN-170412-111826001

School ‘inadequate’ in first inspection

A Kirton school has been graded as ‘inadequate’ in its first inspection since it opened under a new Trust.

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