Home win in debate for Rasen school

De Aston School had the honour of hosting the English Speaking Union County Finals recently - and were the only comprehensive in Lincolnshire taking part.

Kristina Johnson (left) and Julie Crowther (right) both received awards at the National Nursery Awards 2017. EMN-170812-103923001

Two national awards for Mon Ami staff at glittering event

Two members of staff at a Wragby nursery are celebrating after winning national awards at a ceremony in London.


Ofsted: Success for Donington on Bain and Fulstow

Donington on Bain Pre-School and Fulstow Community Primary School are both celebrating this month after receiving positive reports following recent Ofsted inspections.

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Lincolnshire schools play key role in preventing domestic abuse

As part of the national ‘16 days of action’ campaign, organisations in Lincolnshire are highlighting the impact that domestic abuse has on children and young people.

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Caistor Grammar named as top state school in East Midlands

Caistor Grammar School has been revealed as the top performing state school in the East Midlands Parent Power, The Sunday Times Schools Guide 2018, published in The Sunday Times and online this Sunday, November 26.

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Nettleton School maintains ‘good’ rating

A village school is celebrating after maintaining its ‘good’ rating after a recent visit from Ofsted.

University graduates

Study reveals the uni courses that’ll make you rich - and those that won’t

Studying medicine and dentistry will make you the richest after university with graduates earning an average of £46,700 according to new research from the Institute of Fiscal Studies.
Amelia and Claire Sandiford, with head teacher Ashley Taylor and one-to-one Kerry Davidge EMN-170711-090236001

Transport temporarily reinstated for Osgodby special needs pupil

An Osgodby Primary School pupil with complex learning needs who had her free transport withdrawn has now had it reinstated - albeit temporarily.


Lincolnshire children get creative to win ultimate Christmas present for school

Children across the county have been getting in the Christmas spirit to try and win £1,500 for their school.

Amelia and Claire Sandiford, with head teacher Ashley Taylor and one-to-one Kerry Davidge EMN-170711-090236001

Disabled mum’s plea for reinstatement of school transport

A disabled mum, who lost both her legs to sepsis, is pleading with Lincolnshire County Council to ‘think again’ and help her daughter stay at the school she loves.

Education news

Consultation on admissions policies for Lincolnshire schools

A consultation is now underway on proposed changes to admissions policies for schools in Lincolnshire for the 2019 intake - and all parents of children aged between 2 and 18 are entitled to take part.

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De Aston students receive bronze and silver awards

Students at Market Rasen’s De aston School have been celebrating their achievements in the Duke of Edinburgh Awards scheme.

Dan Mayisa as Macbeth which takes to the Drill Hall on November 7.

De Aston students set the stage for Bard’s festival event

Students from De Aston School are brushing up their Shakespeare to take to the Lincoln stage.

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De Aston Prom fundraising launched

It may just seem like five minutes since we featured prom pictures in the Rasen Mail, but this year’s Year 11 have made a start on fundraising for their end of year celebrations.

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Fun on the field at Caistor Yarborough

Caistor Yarborough Academy took advantage of the autumn sun as they held their Fun on the Field event.

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Students honoured by Welton School

Four ‘remarkable’ students at a Welton school have been honoured by having new study rooms named after them.

David Ross - founder of the David Ross Education Trust. ANL-171016-133852001

Trust founder opens doors to give students ‘world-class’ start

Hundreds of students from across the county will have been getting their books out at school today unaware of the doors that are being opened for them by one of the richest men in the world.

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Serving up cafe style poetry at De Aston

De Aston School held its first ever Poetry Cafe recently - and it looks like it won’t be their last.

Will Chico with his PRINCE 2 certificate

Caistor’s Will becomes a ‘Prince’ of business studies

A Caistor Grammar School sixth-former has all the tools he needs to earn top marks in his A-level exams next summer after successfully completing a nationally-recognised business course.

Christine Smith and Bishop Goodyear hand over the money to pupils Adam Bates and Lara Buck, and teacher Chloe Walford, who is leading the library refurbishment EMN-170610-061324001

Rasen reunion raises money for school library renovation

This summer’s Market Rasen Modern School reunion was such a success, organisers have donated £1,000 to the town’s primary school.

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