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Majority of Lincolnshire children get first choice of primary school

The vast majority of children in Lincolnshire - 95 per cent - have been given a place at their primary school of choice through the admissions system this year.

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Pupils take part in ‘Live Earth’

Pupils from primary schools across Sleaford have been taking part in a competition called Live Earth to raise awareness of the causes, effects and management of global climate change.

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Caythorpe on their way to Leicester City!

A girls team from Caythorpe School has won through to the national finals of the Premier League Primary Stars Football Tournament.

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Oliver Bass (second from left) with his winning 'chokkamoccha cake'.

Sleaford pupil wins ‘Bake Off’ competition with his ‘chokkamoccha’cake

St George’s Academy pupil Oliver Bass took on other students at the Boston College Bake-Off to come first in the competition.

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Jack Padley is to run the London Marathon for charity. Image supplied.

Marathon effort to raise money for charity helping children wth rare condition

The bravery of a little girl who suffers from a rare physical condition has inspired a Cranwell man to run his first full marathon for charity.

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Kirkby La Thorpe Church of England Primary Academy football team being presented with their new kit by Liz Penson of Wheelcraft.

‘Wheely’ nice new kit for Kirkby la Thorpe primary school team

Kirkby La Thorpe CofE Primary Academy football team were ‘wheelie’ excited to receive a complete new kit.

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A fundraiser full of characters for World Book Day

A sea of colourful and amusing characters filled the corridors and classrooms of a Sleaford school for a belated World Book Day recently.

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Carre's Grammar School pupils at BBC Media City.

Pupils visit BBC Media City

Pupils from Carre’s Grammar School in Sleaford participated in the BBC’s annual School Report Day.

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Students welcome guests to the official opening of Carre's Grammar school's new technology centre back in January 1993. EMN-180326-155945001

Nostalgia: VIP guests for opening of tech centre at Carre’s in 1993

Civic dignitaries were welcomed to Carre’s Grammar School back in January 1993 for the grand official opening of its new technology centre.

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VIDEO: Cranwell school pupils learn about disabilities from Paralympic archer-turned children's author Danielle Brown

Pupils at a village primary school were thrilled to meet a double gold medal-winning Paralympian when she visited to launch her new role - as a children’s author.

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Kesteven and Sleaford High School in action at Rock Challenge. EMN-180320-103013001

Dance final beckons for Sleaford girls’ high school

A team from Kesteven and Sleaford High School has been selected to go through to the northern final of a national dance competition.

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Tony Goodwin, charman of Lincolnshire Royal British Legion, with local chairman Pat Nicholsas presenting the certificate of affiliation to Lucy Robinson, 9, Daniel Wilkinson, 9, and headteacher Gareth Smith. ANL-180316-171605001

School in Wainfleet becomes first in county to become affiliated with RBL

A school in Wainfleet has made history by becoming the first in the county to become affiliated to the Royal British Legion.

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Sir William Robertson School headteacher Ian Wright, prize winning pupils and MP Douglas Hogg. EMN-180315-120536001

Nostalgia: MP Douglas Hogg is guest for Sir William Robertson School prize giving in 1993

Nostalgia this week takes us back to February 1993, when the William Robertson School in Welbourn held its annual prize giving ceremony.

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WATCH VIDEO of rehearsals at Sleaford school as it makes debut at countywide dance contest and comes a fantastic second place!

Kesteven and Sleaford High School was one of six schools from the county taking part in a heat of a national dance competition.

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Are you as smart as an 11 year old? Prove it

Just 16% of parents score full marks in an 11 Plus quiz, here’s six questions to test your brain power.

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Lioness Suzanne Creedon presents �40 to William Alvey School for them to purchase new books.

Lionesses boost schools’ books

Inspired by World Book Day - Sleaford and District Lioness Club has donated £40 each to 11 schools in the Sleaford area to buy new books for their pupils.

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A new medical school is to be established in Lincoln

Medical school to open at Lincoln

A new medical school is to be established in an exciting collaboration between the University of Lincoln and the University of Nottingham to offer first-class medical education in Lincolnshire.

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School bomb threat hoaxes reported to be a result of Minecraft game feud

National news sources are claiming a feud between rival Minecraft gamers is the reason why 24,000 threatening emails were sent to schools and colleges in the UK.

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The snowy A15 between Sleaford and Lincoln at 3am yesterday morning (Sunday) photographed by Kev 'Chopper' Brown. EMN-180319-093335001

Snow and ice preventing school bus getting children from rural villages to school in Sleaford area

‘Hazardous’ driving conditions are preventing buses from getting children to school in rural areas around Sleaford this morning (Monday).

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World Book Day celebrations in Ruskington.

‘Snow’ stopping World Book Day fun

Mary Poppins, The Mad Hatter, The Cat in the Hat, Wally ... there were some new names on the register when Ruskington’s Winchelsea Primary School marked World Book Day on Wednesday last week.

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