William Alvey Primary School has been having stonework at the front of the old school building repaired and replaced over the summer.
Headteacher Stephen Tapley explained they secured a grant for most of the work. The school, along with several other buildings in Sleaford, was designed by Kirk and Parry who had a wyvern (dragon) as their motif - seen elsewhere around town.
He said: “Not only are we repairing the flaking stonework, but we are replacing the lost finials. We are also adding an inscription to the stone plinth behind the flagpole. The wording means Glory to God into Eternity.”