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Bourne Academy offer special charity tribute to sixth-former Maddy

The family and final school of tragic student Maddy Orford (18) are keeping her name and memory alive by raising awareness of life-limiting heart conditions amongst young people.

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Head teacher Mark Ratchford and pupils at Market Deeping Community Primary School which is set for expansion next September.  Photo supplied.

Expansion plan for Market Deeping school given green light

Market Deeping Community Primary School is set to boost its pupil intake by 50 per cent after plans for new building work were given the go-ahead.

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Rolling out the red carpet for children at film festival

Heritage Lincolnshire hosted a special premiere for young people and their families who made movies as part of the Stamford Heritage Schools Film Festival.

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Former teacher Guy Salmon who died in a car crash

Tribute paid to former teacher killed in crash

Tributes have been paid to a former teacher who died in a car crash on the A15.

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Year 11 students Jade Bull and Hannah Watson with some of the ceramic pieces produced by GCSE students at Bourne Academy where they are now on display.  Photo by Tim Wilson.
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Bourne Academy showcase GCSE artwork

Bourne Academy is proudly showing off artwork produced by Year 11 students as part of a new ceramics display in the school’s reception.

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Bourne Grammar School made headlines nationally after changing its policy on allowing students to stay on in Year 13 after poor AS-Level results in Year 12.  Photo by Lee Hellwing.

South Lincolnshire schools confirm non-exclusion policy after Year 12 AS-Levels

Head teachers across South Holland, Bourne and the Deepings have revealed that they operate a non-exclusion policy in cases of poor AS-Level exam results.

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Gender gap in the classroom

Gender gap in the classroom

With gender stereotypes at home and a glass ceiling in the boardroom, it seems that a battle of the sexes also exists in the classroom.

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Talented Corby Glen academy table tennis duo will represent Midlands in School Games

Two table tennis scholars from Charles Read Academy in Corby Glen will compete at the 2017 School Games finals over the weekend.

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GCSE results: Corby Glen’s Charles Read Academy celebrates ‘incredible’ individual achievements

Year 11 students at Corby Glen’s Charles Read Academy, part of the David Ross Education Trust, celebrated their academic achievements when they opened their long-awaited GCSE results.

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GCSE results: Headteacher at the Deepings School ‘very pleased’

Richard Lord, headteacher of the Deepings School, was very pleased with this year’s set of GCSE results.

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GCSE results: New grading system, same outstanding results at Bourne Grammar School

Five years since they joined Bourne Grammar as the first expanded intake, the Year 11 pupils are celebrating some truly wonderful GCSE results.

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GCSE results: Stellar year for Stamford Endowed Schools

GCSE results: Stellar year for Stamford Endowed Schools

Pupils of the Stamford Endowed Schools are celebrating their GCSE results with a quarter of every examination taken being graded at the very highest A* grade and over half of examinations taken being awarded A* or A.

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A-level results: Dramatic rise in proportion of high grades at Bourne Academy

There has been a dramatic rise in the proportion of higher grades obtained by Year 13 students at Bourne Academy.

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A-level results: Students at Bourne Grammar School celebrate

Once again the results for students at Bourne Grammar School are hugely impressive.

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A-level results: Increase in A* to B results at The Deepings School

A-level results: Increase in A* to B results at The Deepings School

The headteacher of The Deepings School Richard Lord was very pleased with the A-level examination results achieved by students this year, especially the increase in A* to B grades.

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A-level results: Top results for Stamford Endowed Schools

Students at the Stamford Endowed Schools - Stamford School (boys) and Stamford High School (girls) - are again delighted with some strong A- level examination results.

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Richard Lord, head teacher of The Deepings School judged by that Ofsted as 'requires improvement'.  Photo by Tim Wilson.
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Worrying fall in standards at the Deepings School

The Deepings School has ended its year on an alarming note after Ofsted found that it “requires improvement” in all areas.

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Jubilant parents celebrate saving underfire school

Jubilant campaigners are celebrating after a school under threat of closure gained a reprieve.

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Poorer children are being left behind when it comes to learning languages

Poorer children are being left behind when it comes to learning languages

The UK has a reputation (rightly or wrongly) for struggling to learn foreign languages. A recent survey showed, for example, that 62% of the population can’t speak any other language apart from English.

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Pupils celebrate bridge competition win

Youngsters are celebrating after they clinched the winner’s shield in a bridge competition.

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