Majority of Lincolnshire children get first choice of primary school

The vast majority of children in Lincolnshire - 95 per cent - have been given a place at their primary school of choice through the admissions system this year.

William Farr CoE School is one of less than 60 secondary and primary schools across the whole of the UK to be awarded the Platinum Artsmark EMN-180304-123645001

Welton school’s creative focus leads to national award

A Welton school has achieved the highest accolade from the Arts Council as recognition for its creative achievements.

Ellie Cole and Anna Mottram, who made it through to the final 20.

De Aston students speak out on Shakespeare

Students from Market Rasen’s De Aston School have taken to the West End stage after reaching the national final of this year’s Performing Shakespeare competition.

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Bikeathon battle at Market Rasen’s De Aston

De Aston School has been clocking up the miles for Sport Relief and raising money along the way.

Kelsey Primary School interim headteacher Matt Ashmead with wife Sarah EMN-180319-110912001

Kelsey’s Marathon headteacher is a big step ahead

Meet the primary school headteacher who is so dedicated to keeping active he takes his pupils for a weekly 3k run around the village.

Tony Goodwin, charman of Lincolnshire Royal British Legion, with local chairman Pat Nicholsas presenting the certificate of affiliation to Lucy Robinson, 9, Daniel Wilkinson, 9, and headteacher Gareth Smith. ANL-180316-171605001

School in Wainfleet becomes first in county to become affiliated with RBL

A school in Wainfleet has made history by becoming the first in the county to become affiliated to the Royal British Legion.

Sir Edward leigh presented certificates and badges to the hot-shot students, with Charlotte Overend (right) receiving the best shot award EMN-180319-091407001

On target for learning at Caistor Yarborough

Students at Caistor Yarborough Academy have been awarded for hitting the bull’s-eye when it comes to learning new skills.

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Welton school recognised with two accolades

A Welton school has been recognised for being amongst the best performing in the country for the excellent progress and achievement of its students.


Are you as smart as an 11 year old? Prove it

Just 16% of parents score full marks in an 11 Plus quiz, here’s six questions to test your brain power.

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Plea to drivers over school crossing fears

Children and school crossing patrols across the county are being put at risk by drivers ignoring ‘stop’ signs.

A new medical school is to be established in Lincoln

Medical school to open at Lincoln

A new medical school is to be established in an exciting collaboration between the University of Lincoln and the University of Nottingham to offer first-class medical education in Lincolnshire.


School bomb threat hoaxes reported to be a result of Minecraft game feud

National news sources are claiming a feud between rival Minecraft gamers is the reason why 24,000 threatening emails were sent to schools and colleges in the UK.

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School admission arrangements for 2019 intake

Lincolnshire County Council has confirmed the admission arrangements for community and voluntary controlled schools for the 2019 intake.

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Early learners have fun with books

Children at Binbrook Early Learners had fun dressing up for World Book Day.

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Aliens to fast cars - no stone left unturned in police visit to Middle Rasen school

Pupils at Middle Rasen Primary School were eager to ask questions when Lincolnshire Police visited last month.

Market Rasen Rotarians and Osgodby School have been working hand in hand to create eight raised beds at the school EMN-180228-162113001

Setting the seed of education at Osgodby

Osgodby Primary School is looking to a good season of growing, thanks to a group of hardworking volunteers.

Events at Caistor Arts and Heritage Centre

Language learning at Caistor

Get to grips with the French language in a fun and friendly way at Caistor Arts and Heritage Centre.

Ready to tackle mental health head on are, from left, Tom Rollinson, Lauren Shale, Archie Swain and Pippa Bradley  EMN-180226-161641001

Caistor students focus on mental health

A group of Caistor students is tackling issues surrounding mental health head on with a week of activities.

Schools remain closed due to snow

Rasen area schools closed for third day

For the third day on a row, schools across the area are closed.

Education news

Lincolnshire secondary school place offers out today

Offers for places at secondary schools have been sent out to parents today (March 1), with a high percentage receiving their first choice.

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