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Schools get ‘creative’ with funding crisis

Local headteachers have reacted to claims the county’s schools will be more than £44 million worse off by 2019/20 than they were in 2015/16.

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Teachers union fears that Lincolnshire schools will see budgets slashed by over £44 million by 2020

Teachers union fears that Lincolnshire schools will see budgets slashed by over £44 million by 2020

A national teachers trade union says Lincolnshire schools will be 44,975,691 worse off by 2019/20 than they were in 2015/16.

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Almost 95% of Lincolnshire children get first-choice primary school

The vast majority (94.3 per cent) of Lincolnshire children have been given a place at their primary school of choice through the admissions system this year.

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Easter Hat winners at Binbrook Primary School with their prizes EMN-170331-112250001

Easter fun at Binbrook

Children at Binbrook Primary School let Easter go to their heads last week.

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Osgodby headteacher Jill Fincham received a number of gifts on her retirement. She is pictured with chair of governors Matthew Head and some of the members of the school council EMN-170304-092215001

A fond farewell as Osgodby head retires

After 17 years at Osgodby Primary School, the past seven as head, Jill Fincham has said a fond farewell to pupils, staff, parents and governors.

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Left to right: Sally Jacklin, Lily Stevens, Lacey Wilkinson (both 4), Jenny Stimson and Georgia Holdich EMN-170327-154015001

Green-fingered Tesco keeps Rasen garden in bloom

Spring is in the air for the Children’s Centre as one of their garden planters is blooming with colour - thanks to Tesco.

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Bill Lord allows full-time staff to have an extra day off each year and part-time staff, a morning (BBC Look North)

Lincolnshire headteacher gives ‘duvet days’ for staff in effort to look after teachers

Teachers at a primary school in Lincolnshire are being offered a “duvet day” by the headteacher in an effort to hire and retain staff.

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Older mums are better mums says new study

Older mums are better mums says new study

Older women make better mums with their children displaying fewer behavioural, social and emotional difficulties, a new study reveals.

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Comic Relief from De Aston School's reception staff EMN-170327-081422001

Zombie alert at De Aston

Reception staff at De Aston School put the fun into fundraising last Friday as part of the school’s efforts for Comic Relief.

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Former pupils Stuart Brown, left, and James Dring unveiled the plaque to their fellow alumnus Rod Temperton EMN-170327-081046001

Hitmaker honoured at former school in Rasen

A plaque has been unveiled at De Aston School to honour one of its most famous, yet least known students - songwriter Rod Temperton.

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Unfair funding formula threatens Wolds schools, says RSN

Rural Services Network claims children attending rural schools are ‘losing out’

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Are you smarter than an 11 year old? Find out by taking the tes

11 PLUS QUIZ: Are you smarter than an 11 year old?

New research has revealed just 16% of parents score full marks in an 11 Plus quiz.

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Grasby School Sports Leaders receiving the swim caps with, from left, Jill Williams, Dave Williams from Broadlands Cattery and Angela Rowlands the Sports Leader Co-ordinator EMN-170314-124830001

Capping Grasby swim success with sponsor

Children from Grasby Primary School are getting in the swim with sport, winning through to both the finals of the County School Games Swimming competition and the National Schools Championships for Primary Schools next month.

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The Ven Mark Steadman, second left, with staff, governers, pupils and members of the Royal British LegionEMN-171203-214057001

A focus for reflection and remembrance at Market Rasen School

A new window at Market Rasen Primary School has been officially blessed to act as a symbol of reflection for pupils and staff.

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CYA Pupils with, left, branch manager of Education Network Linda Wright, Senior Education Consultant Lee Smith, Leader of Student Safety Julia Graham and, right deputy headteacher Jenny Rogers , together with Buddy the Panda. (photo by Linda Oxley) EMN-171003-084123001

Anti-bullying message is black and white at Caistor

Students at Caistor Yarborough Academy were surprised to see a panda when they arrived at school recently.

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Normanby By Spital Primary School is celebrating a 'Good' Ofsted rating EMN-170227-113719001

Ofsted praise for Normanby by Spital - a ‘small school with big ideas’

A village school has celebrated maintaining its ‘good’ Ofsted rating with a new sign to shout about their achievements.

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All together, now!: All of Year 11 at Caistor Yarborough Academy  with Postively Mad presenter Jae EMN-170603-133921001

It’s in the bag! Year 11s prepare for Caistor GCSE students

Pupils at Caistor Yarborough are one step closer to being exam ready following a ‘hugely successful’ revision day.

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EDF was encouraging girls to get into engineering with their stand at the De Aston careers fair EMN-170603-141249001

Future focus at Rasen careers event

Students from across the year groups at De Aston School had the opportunity to look at future careers and speak to potential employers.

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Henry Cullen (Hansard) and Pawel Grab (Rawlinson) (Linda Oxley) EMN-170303-123427001

Flipping fun at Caistor

Another successful pancake race event took place at Caistor Grammar School last week.

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Ninety per cent of Lincolnshire children get ‘first choice’ secondary school

The vast majority of more than 7,900 Lincolnshire children starting at secondary school will receive an offer of a place at their ‘first preference’ school this year.

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