Bythams pupils tot up 6,700 miles around their school field

Bythams Primary School youngsters run around the school field every day as part of a campaign to encourage fitness and healthy lifestyles.

Charles Read Academy in Corby Glen has been rated 'good' by Ofsted.

Charles Read’s turnaround is given praise

A secondary school threatened with closure a few years ago has made significant improvements and has been praised by Ofsted.

Casterton College Rutland celebrates a good Ofsted report
Photo: Alan Walters

Inspectors rate Casterton College as ‘good’

Casterton College Rutland has been rated ‘good’ in its latest Ofsted inspection which highlighted the vast improvements that have been made in the last 18 months.

Casterton Collge production of High School Musical

Casterton College pupils put on a show-stopping performance

Pupils at Casterton College Rutland proved they are all in it together when they put on a show-stopping performance of Disney’s High School Musical last week.

Great Fire of London exercise at Bourne Abbey Academy

Pudding Lane goes up in flames as pupils bring Great Fire of London topic to life

Schoolchildren bought their Great Fire of London topic to life by creating their own Pudding Lane and watching it go up in flames.

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Real Business Challenge 2016/17 West Midlands Regional Finals held at the Pride Park Stadium, Derby. 

Pictured: Winners Stamford School

Stamford School pupils claim regional title in Real Business Challenge

A team of pupils from Stamford School is celebrating its new title as East Midlands regional champions at this year’s Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) Real Business Challenge, after impressing a panel of judges with a campaign to promote awareness of the Special Olympics GB National Games.

Josh Bycraft, Lucy Gill, Ellie Brewster, Ella Turner, Mia Coombes, Tom Skelton

Deepings School pupils showcase their creativity

The Ryman National Enterprise Challenge is the largest schools enterprise competition in the UK, and their team came to The Deepings School to work with the year 9 group.

Charles Read Academy in Corby Glen has been rated 'good' by Ofsted.

‘Incredible milestone’ for Corby Glen academy as school is rated ‘good’ by Ofsted

An academy threatened with closure a few years ago has made significant improvements and has been praised by Ofsted.

Pupils enjoy healthy pancakes in Breakfast Week at The Bythams Primary School.

Pupils at The Bythams Primary School learn about origin of breakfast ingredients

Bourne Grammar School's Jonathan Maddox

Grammar head: ‘Parents shouldn’t worry about funds’

A Bourne headmaster has said his school runs a “tight ship” as concerns have been raised about whether grammar schools will have enough funding in the future.

Louise Pettman, the new head of school at Edith Weston Primary Academy
Photo: Alan Walters

New head Louise is keen to show Edith Weston Academy is now good

The new head at Edith Weston Academy says she is determined to continue the work of her predecessor and prove the school is now good.

Michele Anderson, Head Mistress at Spalding High School, with the School of the Yesr (Secondary) Award at the 2016 Lincolnshire Free Press/Spalding Guardian Education Awards at South Holland Centre, Spalding.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG101116-213TW.

South Lincolnshire grammar schools face ‘Titanic’ battles to balance books

A Spalding headmaster has branded changes to the way schools in the town and England are funded as a 
“rearrangement of deck chairs on the Titanic”.

Children at Bourne Westfield Primary Academy, one of six teaching schools in Lincolnshire that will benefit from a �142,500 cash injection from the Government.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG230915-127TW.

Bourne primary school to benefit from £140,000 grant award

Bourne Westfield Primary Academy is one of six teaching schools in Lincolnshire that will benefit from a £142,500 cash injection from the Government.

Executive headteacher Sharon Milner with some of her pupils

Busy year ahead for academies as new partnership begins to pay off

Running one school is no easy task – running three together sounds even tougher, but with strong leadership, supportive governors and parents, talented teachers and hard-working pupils, it can be done successfully.

Lego competition

Lego League tournament aims to inspire young people

Young people from local schools took part in the regional round of this year’s First Lego League tournament.

Bourne Academy deputy head boy Ben Jagger (right) with executive head teacher Laurence Reilly.  Photo supplied.

Ben Jagger is first Bourne Academy pupil to be offered place at University of Oxford

A pupil at Bourne Academy has become the first from the school to be offered a place at Oxford University.

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An artists impression of the new sixth form building (CCR6) at Casterton College Rutland

Casterton College Rutland to reveal sixth form plans

A school in Rutland will reveal its plans to build a new sixth form building, which will open in September, at an open evening next week.

Malcolm Sargent Primary School teacher Kerry Thomson, pupils and parents look at one the vehicles on show

Car show was a treat for pupils at Malcolm Sargent Primary School

Reception pupils at Malcolm Sargent Primary School enjoyed a car show organised to help them with their transport topic.

Ancient Egypt at Bourne Westfield Primary Academy

Bourne Westfield Primary Academy pupils take a journey to ancient Egypt

Year 2 children at Bourne Westfield Primary Academy thoroughly enjoyed an exciting visit from ‘History off the Page’.

Glenn Vaughan

New football academy will offer practical training and study in Oakham

One Touch Football Soccer School is launching a new academy for 16 to 18-year-olds, based at Oakham United Football Club.

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