Home   News   Education

Subscribe Now

EDUCATION




School’s dress outlet aims to make prom night easier

School’s dress outlet aims to make prom night easier

School’s dress outlet aims to make prom night easier

A year leader with a plan hopes to help people be able to go to proms this year.


Children design card to welcome newcomers to village

Children design card to welcome newcomers to village

Children design card to welcome newcomers to village

Schoolchildren have designed a card to welcome newcomers to their village.


Cyber attack on school data

Cyber attack on school data

Cyber attack on school data

Computer systems at a town school were hacked during the Easter holidays.


Most Lincolnshire children receive first-choice school place

Most Lincolnshire children receive first-choice school place

Most Lincolnshire children receive first-choice school place

One out of 100 children did not receive a place at their parent or carers' preferred primary schools this year.


School's teacher training programme rated 'good'

School's teacher training programme rated 'good'

School's teacher training programme rated 'good'

A school's teacher training programme has been recognised as 'good' by Ofsted.


Time-travelling pupils explore the world

Time-travelling pupils explore the world

Time-travelling pupils explore the world

Primary school pupils had front row seats to watch Viking battles and explore the pyramids of Egypt thanks to Virtual Reality.


A showcase for young creative talent

A showcase for young creative talent

A showcase for young creative talent

Young artists and writers showcased their skills as the winners of a talent-spotting competition were unveiled.


Primary school pupils learn about cycling skills

Primary school pupils learn about cycling skills

Primary school pupils learn about cycling skills

Primary school pupils have taken to the roads to learn a range of cycling skills.


Park life for school pupils

Park life for school pupils

Park life for school pupils

School pupils have visited Ferry Meadows to study the River Nene as part of a geography topic.


Pupils ‘thrilled’ to become published authors

Pupils ‘thrilled’ to become published authors

Pupils ‘thrilled’ to become published authors

Twelve talented young writers have been selected to have their short stories published.


School keeps its 'good' Ofsted rating

School keeps its 'good' Ofsted rating

School keeps its 'good' Ofsted rating

A school has maintained its Ofsted rating of 'good' in its latest monitoring inspection.


Mini police out in force to check drivers stick to speed limits

Mini police out in force to check drivers stick to speed limits

Mini police out in force to check drivers stick to speed limits

Mini police from a primary school were on the lookout for anyone driving over the speed limit of 30 mph near their school.


The school year group hardest hit by pandemic learning loss

The school year group hardest hit by pandemic learning loss

The school year group hardest hit by pandemic learning loss

Young children are showing few signs their learning is recoving after the pandemic, says one of the biggest reports into the impact of Covid 19.


Schoolchildren cook up a storm

Schoolchildren cook up a storm

Schoolchildren cook up a storm

Children have showed off their culinary talents in a cookery workshop.


This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More