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School ‘inadequate’ in first inspection

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

Education
Macmillan Self-Care

Company’s staff given advice on ‘self-care’

A Boston company has been supporting its 500 employees to live healthier lives as part of the national Self-Care Week.

Education
STOCK: Domestic violence illustraion. STO-170630-130914001

Lincolnshire schools play key role in preventing domestic abuse

As part of the national ‘16 days of action’ campaign, organisations in Lincolnshire are highlighting the impact that domestic abuse has on children and young people.

Crime
University graduates

Study reveals the uni courses that’ll make you rich - and those that won’t

Studying medicine and dentistry will make you the richest after university with graduates earning an average of £46,700 according to new research from the Institute of Fiscal Studies.
Education
Sleaford Standard news editor Andy Hubbert with pupils of Class 2 at Bicker Prep School.

Budding reporters pick up a few tips

Primary school pupils have been learning how to sniff out a story as news hounds.

Education
The evening gig at the new Sam Newsom Centre at Boston College

New performing arts centre launches with spectacular evening at Boston College

Boston College opened the doors to its music and performing arts building, the Sam Newsom Centre, to host a day of workshops for the local community on Saturday, November 11.

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Competition

Lincolnshire children get creative to win ultimate Christmas present for school

Children across the county have been getting in the Christmas spirit to try and win £1,500 for their school.

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Education news

Consultation on admissions policies for Lincolnshire schools

A consultation is now underway on proposed changes to admissions policies for schools in Lincolnshire for the 2019 intake - and all parents of children aged between 2 and 18 are entitled to take part.

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Education news.

£5,000 boost to sensory project

A special school in Boston is one step closer to creating a sensory room for its pupils - thanks to a £5,000 grant.

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Education news.

Pupils visited by ‘Betty’ bus

Carlton Road Academy schoolgirls in Boston were visited by ‘Betty’ the educational bus last week which encouraged them to talk about periods.

Education
Eva Blackamore, aged one,  and mum Michelle Blackamore, of Skegness.  Photo:  Abi Bingham ANL-171020-145241001

GALLERY: Oh baby, see these cute tots splash for cash

Tots from across the county have been splashing for cash to raise money for disadvantaged children and young people.

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David Ross - founder of the David Ross Education Trust. ANL-171016-133852001

Trust founder opens doors to give students ‘world-class’ start

Hundreds of students from across the county will have been getting their books out at school today unaware of the doors that are being opened for them by one of the richest men in the world.

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Education news.

Schools defend performance in recent draft scores: ‘We’re all making progress’

Head teachers have warned parents not to read too much into draft scores published by the Department for Education last week which saw pupils at four Boston area schools rated as making ‘well below average’ progress.

Education
Pupils donned personal protection equipment while waiting to go on the building site. EMN-170210-140057001

A glimpse into the future for school pupils

Members of an after-school club at the Giles Academy, in Old Leake, donned hard hats and high visibility jackets for a real-life lesson in engineering.

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Prof Jonathan Van Tam

Grammar school old boy’s new role

A former Boston Grammar School pupil has taken up a new role as Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England.

Education
Education

County gets £495,000 funding to help boost English skills in primary schools

Forty-one struggling rural primary schools in the county are to receive support from other schools in teaching English and literacy with the help of a £495,758 Goverbment grant boost.

Education
Education news

UPDATED: Four schools making ‘well below average’ progress in Department for Education statistics

Pupils at four Boston area schools are making ‘well below average’ progress across eight qualifications according to Department for Education figures released today, while three others have achieved ‘average’ progress.

Education
Pupils Charlie Moon, five, Tom Lee, eight, Jack Lee, eight, and George Baker, five, making a splash in the new pool. EMN-170310-112335001

Celebrations over £17k pool overhaul in Wrangle

A school pool in which multi-medal winning athlete Melanie Marshall learnt to swim has received a five-figure overhaul.

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Pupils at Hawthorn Tree Primary School with some of the books from their library.

£4,000 boost for school’s library

Hawthorn Tree Primary School in Boston has received a £4,000 grant from the Foyle Foundation School Library Programme to re-stock their library and install an electronic system.

Education
Good Fortuna for charity saves jobs

Good Fortuna for charity saves jobs

More than 200 jobs have been saved after a national children’s charity which is based in Horncastle came out of administration.

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