Town councillors have urged their county colleagues to put serious thought into the impact a new school will have on neighbouring roads.
A teenager is looking forward to joining a volunteering scheme this summer.
Youngsters scooted, biked and ran their way around a school as part of an annual scootathon.
Children and parents alike had a great time at a May fair.
A team of young mathematicians from Bourne Grammar School have narrowly missed out on winning a regional award.
A team of pupils are celebrating after winning a mixed primary school football tournament held at St Augustine’s Primary School.
Pupils have been putting down their books and getting into the real world of work as part of a work experience scheme.
Two youngsters were making their voices heard to win a national competition.
Construction students at New College Stamford impressed in a competition.
A mother has launched a petition after her twin sons were denied a place at their first choice secondary school in Oakham.
A headteacher has been commended in a national teaching competition.
A school which Ofsted said needs to improve has made changes across the board to quickly get back to being outstanding.
A resident who lives next to the site of the proposed new primary school in Elsea Park says she fears there will be traffic chaos when it opens.
An injured paratrooper has visited a school to collect a cheque for £2,650 on behalf of Help for Heroes.
A student from Bourne will be heading to Central America this summer to carry out conservation work with monkeys.
Green fingered students from Rutland County College got their hand trowels to take part in a community project.
Pupils at Bourne Academy have been given an insight into how technology has impacted upon the world of local newspapers.
Young primary school children have been taking part in sports activities designed to give them a foundation for the future.
Pupils at Whissendine Primary School put down their pens to become pirates for a day.
Stamford Endowed Schools are hoping to win permission to allow members of the public access to top quality sports facilities.
A new £500,000 science block was officially opened at Witham Hall School on Friday by the visiting headteacher of Eton College.
Live and Learn will start a programme of weekly free adult computer courses at Stamford Library on Wednesday.
A community centre will host a range of adult education courses this summer.
Parents will be receiving letters in the coming weeks inviting their children to have MMR vaccinations at their doctors surgery following the increase in cases of measles nationally.
A teenager with a head for numbers has been ranked as one of the country’s top young mathematicians.
Pupils from a school in Oakham have taken part in the trip of a lifetime, helping to build an orphanage for children in Africa.
An Olympic gymnast inspired dozens of children during a visit to their school.
More than 200 people enjoyed a college’s eighth annual fashion show.
Children created history for future generations by filling and burying a time capsule.
Plans for a seven classroom primary school to serve the Elsea Park development in Bourne have been submitted to the district council.
Pupils have enjoyed success outside their classrooms at regional singing and swimming competitions.
Youngsters laced up their walking boots to take part in a sponsored walk around Rutland Water.
Pupils learning geography have been visited by a marketing expert to help them learn how to rebrand a town.
School pupils have been learning about voting to prepare for the county council elections today (Thursday).
A school is celebrating after receiving its best ever GCSE maths results two months before the summer exams begin.
A school in Oakham has joined an academy trust.
An annual primary schools tag rugby tournament held at Stamford Queen Eleanor School was won by Uffington Primary School for the sixth year in a row.
Pupils from two schools took part in an extreme physics competition.
A headteacher has moved to reassure parents following rumours concerning a member of staff.
A headteacher is confident her school will boost its Ofsted grade as soon as the summer’s GCSE results are announced.
The UK’s leading parenting charity NCT is launching antenatal courses teaching mothers all they need to know about childbirth, in Bourne.
- Man who went missing from Kendrew Barracks in Cottesmore found safe
- Falling masonry causes part of High Street, Stamford, to be taped off
- Arrest after robbery at Uppingham newsagent
- Whitefriars Care Home in Stamford charged over death of widow, 84
- Doctor talks about rescue of woman with hand stuck in drain cover in Bourne
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