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REVEALED: The Lincolnshire primary schools which fail to meet government standards

These are the Lincolnshire primary schools which fail to meet national targets for pupil progress.

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QEGS Alford - Christmas hampers.

Alford pupils give homemade Christmas hampers to the elderly

Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar, Alford, presented homemade Christmas hampers to members of Alford’s Day Centre last week.

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QEGS Alford: Santa with his reindeer and elves

‘Tis the season of goodwill at QEGS Alford

Santa and his elves arrived early at Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar, Alford, in order to support the local community by visiting a local primary school and delivering Christmas hampers.

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Council’s concerns over ‘community use’ of school sites in Louth

Tollbar Multi-Academy Trust has strenuously denied claims that they don’t allow ‘community use’ of school facilities, following concerns raised by Louth Town Council.

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Ofsted: Success for Donington on Bain and Fulstow

Donington on Bain Pre-School and Fulstow Community Primary School are both celebrating this month after receiving positive reports following recent Ofsted inspections.

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QEGS Alford pupils taking part in the charity 'spin-a-thon'.

Pedal power! Alford pupils help raise £1,400 for mental health charity

Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar, Alford, arranged for staff, students, and members of the local community to join together on Sunday (November 26) to complete a challenging 12 hour ‘spin-a-thon’ for charity.

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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.

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Student is reaping rewards

An postgraduate agricultural student from Alford has received a national award for her studies from the NFU Mutual Charitable Trust.

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St Margaret's CE Primary School pupils with teachers, Mrs Lewis and Miss Smith.

Minister praises Withern school for 100% phonics success

Staff and pupils at a successful village primary school have been congratulated by a government minister after achieving top results in the phonics screening check.

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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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North Thoresby pre-school celebrates another good report

Little Ducklings Pre-school in North Thoresby has retained its ‘good’ grading following an Ofsted inspection earlier this autumn.

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Youngsters pay their respects to fallen heroes

Children at Little Ducklings Pre-School in North Thoresby, and Eastfield Infants’ and Nursery School in Louth, paid their respects to those who died in the two World Wars last week.

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The Remembrance Service at King Edward VI Grammar School on Friday.

King Edward VI pupils pay tribute to fallen heroes

King Edward VI Grammar School’s Combined Cadet Force (KEVIGS CCF) lined the pathway to St James’ Church as 1,000 members of the school community passed through the doors to listen to the school’s annual Remembrance Service.

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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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Alford school gets ‘Positively MAD’ ideas about revision

Students at a secondary school in Alford have been getting advice to help them be fully prepared for important exams.

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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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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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Combined Cadet Force inspection at KEVIGS

Combined Cadet Force inspection at KEVIGS

The bi-annual inspection for the Combined Cadet Force (CCF) took place at King Edward VI Grammar School yesterday afternoon (Tuesday).

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Holton le Clay parent: ‘He has to wait an hour for the bus!’

Holton le Clay parent: ‘He has to wait an hour for the bus!’

A Holton le Clay mother has spoken of her frustration after a change in school closing times has left her son waiting almost an hour for the bus home every evening.

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