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Careers event gives insight for students

Students from all three Sleaford secondary schools were invited to gather advice and information on their future education and career prospects at a fair on Wednesday.

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Pippa Winter from Newark, Isobel Bates from Claypole, and Hannah Ball from Hough-on-the Hill with their outstanding attendance awards

Achievements are celebrated

Achievements of lower school pupil s at Sir William Robertson Academy in Welbourn have been celebrated at a special awards ceremony.

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School advises girls to ditch phone app

School advises girls to ditch phone app

Children at a Sleaford school have been warned against installing a social media ‘app’ which has been used to leave “extremely hurtful” comments.

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Kesteven and Sleaford High School . EMN-170919-112128001

Schools plan amazing trip to Nepal for sixth formers

Future sixth form students of Carre’s Grammar School and Kesteven and Sleaford High School are being invited to get on board an expedition to Nepal in July 2019.

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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.
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Ashdene care home residents welcome William Alvey School Key Stage 2 choir. EMN-171114-122010001

Care home residents enjoy wartime songs with Alvey pupils

William Alvey School’s choir visited Ashdene Care Home in Sleaford on Friday to entertain residents with a selection of wartime songs.

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Public service students from St Georges Academy in Sleaford being presented with the trophy.

Student team wins four trophies at RAF competition

Public Service Students from St George’s Academy won the ‘best in competition’ trophy in the Annual RAF Recruiting Schools’ and Colleges’ Challenge Cup competition.

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Teaching assistant Heather Wilkins with pupils.

Long service award for Mrs Wilkins

A teaching assistant at St Andrew’s School in Leasingham has been awarded for her 20 years’ service. During school assembly, Heather Wilkins was presented with a long service award by Lincolnshire County Council for two decades of service as a Higher Level teaching assistant.

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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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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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Pupils from Leasingham St Andrew's CofE Primary School with items for the food bank.

Leasingham primary school’s donation to town food bank

A primary school near Sleaford has made a donation of everyday items to help people struggling to make ends meet.

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Kesteven and Sleaford High School, Interact Club members with food donations collected for Sleaford Food Bank. L-R Isabella Osborn 11, Bethany Iszatt 11, Libby Cawsey 13, Giorgina Meier 11, Eleanor Carleton 13. EMN-171030-130120001

Food larder boost from pupils

Students at a Sleaford school have been collecting items for the local food bank.

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Mark Grist will be at SlamJam in Sleaford. EMN-171030-164219001

Poetry competition to be launched in town

This Friday sees the launch of the 2018 SlamJam competition which takes place at the The National Centre for Craft and Design in Sleaford.

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The National Centre for Craft and Design.

Digital art work will be beamed onto outside of Sleaford gallery building

The whole community is invited to view digital art work by schoolchildren being beamed onto the side of a building in Sleaford.

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Cotelands School students at Ruskington in the craft technology room back at the open day in 1992. EMN-171210-104832001

Nostalgia: Modern facilities at Ruskington school in 1992

High-tech computing and striking screen printing came under scrutiny at Ruskington’s Cotelands School in October 1992 when staff and pupils opened their doors to the public.

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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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Lucinda Preston, new Labour councillor for Lincoln City Council's Carholme ward and Head of English at Carre's Grammar School. EMN-171020-105555001

Head of English at Carre’s Grammar School is new Labour City Councillor

The Head of English at Sleaford’s Carre’s Grammar School has been victorious at yesterday’s (Thursday) Lincoln City Council by-election for the Carholme Ward.

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School celebrates success following report

Leasingham school celebrates successful church inspection report

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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.

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