How did your child’s school fare in GCSE tables?

Education tables for Lincolnshire secondary schools have published today (Thursday 19).

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Tealby School could re-open on Monday

A village primary school which has been closed due to health and safety concerns could re-open on Monday (January 23).

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Tealby School closed over safety fears

High winds last week has forced the closure of a village school after lead from a roof-top bell tower fell to the ground.

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Jerusalem is the focus for Nettleton WEA course

A new seven-week course begins next week with the Workers Educational Association (WEA).

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Forest School fun for Rasen Preschool

Children at Market Rasen Pre School have been kitted out with waterproofs ahead of a forest school initiative which begins this month.

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Chance to learn at Rasen CLIP

If you fancy learning a new skill, are looking for a change of career or want to get into further education in 2017, Market Rasen Learning Centre could be the place to go.

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Lincolnshire schools could be set for £4.6m funding boost

Government plans to end the ‘historical postcode lottery’ in school funding means Lincolnshire could be in line for an extra £4.6 million (2.3 per cent) a year.

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North Lincolnshire will be among the best areas for education by 2020

North Lincolnshire Council has published its annual education report for 2016 which provides the key achievements of schools and academies in North Lincolnshire and outlines their aims for the coming year.

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Rasen Head hits out at ‘stressful’ primary school exams

Market Rasen Primary School’s executive headteacher has expressed concerns about the current government testing regime, saying exams are ‘harder than ever’ and he does not want pupils to get ‘stressed or worried’.

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Bethlehem bound at Binbrook

Christmas is the perfect time of year for proud parents, family and friends to catch a glimpse of their children taking centre stage in the seasonal plays.

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Market Rasen Primary School served up award

Market Rasen Primary School has been recognised for its commitment to preparing and serving healthy fresh school lunches.

Ministers are looking into making sex and relationships education compulsory for all secondary school pupils

Ministers consider mandatory porn lessons

Ministers are looking into making sex and relationships education compulsory in all schools, in a move that would see pupils learning about online pornography, sexting and the issue of sexual consent.

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Caistor Teacher thanked for 20 years of inspiring music

Caistor Primary School has thanked the teacher that has brought music to school life.

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Lincolnshire top of the class for primary school performance

Lincolnshire is top of the class according to the latest Education and Skills Annual Report from Ofsted as the county is the best performing in the East Midlands with 93% of schools rated good or better.

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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.


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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