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It is ‘Roger, over and out’ for Caistor headmaster

After 21 years as headmaster at Caistor Grammar School, Roger Hale is hanging up his hat and heading for a new challenge - retirement.

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Faldingworth School retains its ‘good’ Ofsted rating

Faldingworth Community Primary School has once again received an Ofsted rating of ‘good’ following its recent inspection.

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Rasen pupils raise pounds for Pudsey

When Market Rasen Primary School Council was told to think about fundraising for Children in Need, its members were very enthusiastic.

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VIDEO: Education secretary Justine Greening looks at apprenticeships and grammar schools during visit to Sleaford today

Education Secretary Justine Greening paid a visit to a local business and a school in Sleaford today (Monday) to see shining examples of apprenticeships and grammar schools at the heart her strategy for education.

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William Chico with the PE Progress Cup at Caistor Grammar School.

No barriers to entry for action man William

Marathon man, mountain climber and triathlete William Chico (16) has no plans to slow down - even with the challenge of three demanding A-levels to study.

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Caistor students enjoy an out of this world experience

Six students from Caistor Yarborough Academy reached for the stars after being selected to attend a prestigious UK Space Agency conference in York.

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Wragby's Mon Ami has celebrated its first birthday. EMN-161025-162328001

Wragby nursery celebrates first birthday

Staff and children at a Wragby nursery have been celebrating. It is a year since Mon Ami Children’s Nurseries opened in the village, so it was time for a big birthday party.

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Nettleton School open day success

Nettleton School open day success

Nettleton Community Primary School held a very successful open day when lots of families with children due to start school in September 2017 looked around the school.

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Market Rasen Primary School one of three projects to get share of £30k Tesco fund

Market Rasen Primary School one of three projects to get share of £30k Tesco fund

Market Rasen Primary School is celebrating after being awarded £8,000 by Tesco although the final figure could rise to £12,000 with the help of customers.

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Volunteer as a governor

North Lincolnshire Council are looking for volunteers to become school governors; supporting effective governance in schools and delivering the best education for all pupils.

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A whistle-stop tour of the world for children at Osgodby

A whistle-stop tour of the world for children at Osgodby

Children at Osgodby’s Pegasus Childcare Nursery are looking at different countries and cultures this term.

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Up, up and away for Normanby school rebrand

A balloon release was part of the celebrations when Normanby by Spital Primary School marked their official rebranding.

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Welton leading way on green learning

Welton’s William Farr School is about to become one of the greenest schools in the region, if not the UK.

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Caistor Grammar School’s awards evening

Caistor Grammar School’s awards evening

A packed Caistor parish church enthusiastically supported Caistor Grammar School’s awards evening, when 186 cups and prizes were presented.

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Welton eco group wins schools challenge

Welton eco group wins schools challenge

Welton St Mary’s C of E Primary Academy has won this year’s Lincolnshire Schools Switch Off challenge, with an amazing 70 per cent reduction in electricity used in one day.

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Inspectors have said Rushden Academy is inadequate

‘Good’ rating for activity day camp

A children’s activity day camp near Market Rasen has been given a ‘good’ rating after an inspection by Ofsted.

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Kelsey School unveils lifesaving kit

Kelsey Primary School has installed a piece of life-saving equipment for the whole community to use.

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Rasen centre offers new road towards a career in health

If you have been thinking you might fancy a career in health, a Market Rasen learning centre could steer you in the right direction.

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Sir Edward praises success of local grammar schools in House of Commons debate

Sir Edward Leigh, the Member of Parliament for the Gainsborough Constituency which includes Market Rasen, has praised the success of two grammar schools located within his constituency.

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Long serving art teacher at Caistor Grammar School Ailsa Wish pictured with students in the art room on her last day. EMN-160831-143650001

Teacher Ailsa Wish retires from Caistor Grammar School

As students return to school this week, there will be another familiar face missing from one Caistor School as the new term begins.

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