Climate change day for pupils

Students across four Sleaford area schools have spent a day learning about the impact of climate change.

Pupils from Chestnut Primary School in Ruskington with their glasses they collected

Pupils give the gift of ‘sight’

More than 1,000 pairs of glasses have been collected by school children in Lincolnshire to give the gift of sight to poor children in Africa.

William Alvey pupils recording the video for their Christmas single. EMN-170812-161341001

Sleaford school’s Christmas song set to storm the chart

An after school choir group from Sleaford is taking the pop world by storm, challenging the likes of Stormzy and Mariah Carey for a spot in the Christmas charts.

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Caythorpe Primary School joins multi-academy trust

Caythorpe Primary School has converted to academy status and joined Grantham’s Community Inclusive Multi Academy Trust (C.I.T).

Leasingham St Andrews Primary School athletics team who won the Sleaford small schools games. EMN-171124-102955001

Leasingham School triumphant at indoor athletics event

Fifteen schools took part in a range of indoor athletics at Carre’s Grammar School from sprinting, long jump and javelin to name a few.

Students at Kesteven and Sleaford High School involved in a cookery competition in 1992. EMN-171123-161141001

Nostalgia - Queens of the kitchen in 1992 Kesteven and Sleaford High School cooking contest

This week we have a photo from our files from November 1992.

Mayor of Sleaford, Coun Jan Mathieson, officially opens the rejuvenated pond at Rauceby School. EMN-171124-105416001

Official opening for revamped feature

Celebrations have been held to mark a revamped area at a school near Sleaford.

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North Kesteven ranked top in East Midlands for social mobility

Children in North Kesteven have a better start in life and a more positive future coming from disadvantaged backgrounds than other areas of the county after a recent survey ranked the area the best in the East Midlands and 29th in the country for children’s potential to do well and progress in life.

William Alvey School's Christmas choir in rehearsals during Children in Need day. EMN-171127-170344001

William Alvey School in Sleaford all set to hit the Christmas pop charts

A Sleaford school choir is all set to hit the pop charts with their first Christmas single.

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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.

Mayor of Sleaford attends Rauceby School Remembrance assembly

Mayor of Sleaford attends Rauceby School Remembrance assembly

Rauceby CofE Primary School welcomed Sleaford Mayor Jan Mathieson and RAF Cranwell’s community development officer Louise Short on a special visit for its remembrance commemorations.

Youngsters at Osbournby School during their International Week. EMN-171121-143858001

An international flavour at school

Children and staff at Osbournby Primary School have enjoyed an International Week to celebrate different cultures.

Duke of Edinburgh's Awards oresentations at Kesteven and Sleaford High School. Students with their British Heart Foundation Heart Start Awards, presented by Sophie Atkinson - pictured front middle.

Recognition for DofE success

Schoolchildren in Sleaford have been honoured for their success in the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award scheme, helped by a life-saving guest.

Pupils help launch SlamJam

Pupils help launch SlamJam

Schoolchildren in Sleaford and Ruskington have taken part in a writing workshop led by acclaimed poet and rapper Mark Grist.

Tightened security systems in operation at St George's Academy, Sleaford. EMN-171124-145504001

Academy in Sleaford beefs up site security after review

A Sleaford school has tightened up on access to its site after a major review of safeguarding and security.

St George's Academy teacher Jamie Bennett (left) receiving his Power For Good award with, from left - Josh Young, Schools Minister Nick Gibb, Alex McCarthy and Head of Campus Claire Adams. EMN-171120-170120001

Caring teacher from Sleaford earns praise from a prince

A Sleaford school teacher has received a personal letter from Prince William in recognition of his stance on bullying and student welfare.


VIDEO AND GALLERY: Sleaford area schools go spotty for Children In Need

Schools, youth groups and businesses help to make a difference in annual fundraising effort
Digital artist Jason Wilsher-Millsand Rauceby school pupils have done a project on The Guinea Pig Club and projecting their work on the side of NCCD. L-R Sharna Tate 10 and Emily Henderson 9. EMN-171011-092240001

A sound and sight spectacular

Family and friends were invited on Tuesday evening last week to view the unveiling of digital art work by children from Rauceby Primary School, projected onto the side of a building in the centre of Sleaford.

Kesteven and Sleaford High School sixth formers Olivia Brindley and Emily Dunham get advice from Gary Hewitt of the University of York. EMN-170911-153240001

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.

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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