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Bomb hoax causes Stamford college evacuation

A student’s sick joke about having a bomb in her locker led to the evacuation of a further education college.

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SMOOTH TRANSITION: James Husbands, head teacher of Willougby School, Bourne.  Photo supplied.

Bourne special school ready for ‘smooth transition’ on pupil transport

A new “one school, one provider” model of pupil transport is to start at the Willoughby School in Bourne later this year.

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Furry friends steal the show at South Witham Academy fete

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School pupils bid farewell to deputy head

Bourne Westfield said a sad farewell to popular deputy headteacher, Nick Chandler, last Friday.

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The opening ceremony for the 2015 Lincolnshire School Games. Photo by Sarah Washbourn/Chris Vaughan Photography.

South Holland schools can join carnival party at School Games

Schools in South Holland and the Deepings can get involved in a carnival at the opening ceremony of the Lincolnshire School Games.

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Catmose College Rising Stars

Rising Stars of Rutland Day

Some of the most able children in Year 5 at Malcolm Sargent Primary School in Stamford, Great Casterton Primary School, Empingham CE Primary School and Ryhall Primary School attended a ‘Rising Stars of Rutland Day at Casterton College Rutland.

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Schoolchildren celebrate osprey return

Schoolchildren came together to celebrate the return of ospreys to Rutland.

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Woman stole from school PTA

A woman has been ordered to pay back the money she stole from a primary school’s parent teacher association.

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Laurence Reilly, (centre), Executive Head Teacher of the South Lincolnshire Academies Trust, with Tracey Berry, Karen Joel, Nicola Hall-Rushton, Liz Dilley, Brett Sinclair, Rebecca Le Caplain, Daisy Ivatt and James Hind at Spalding Academy.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG110117-102TW.

Bourne school stays on good form after Ofsted inspection

Bourne Academy has kept up its good record with national school inspectors who found it to be “a cohesive and inclusive community”.

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Carl Smith, the principal at Casterton College Rutland
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Plans for sixth form at school are dropped

Casterton College Rutland has announced that it will not open a sixth form building in September.

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Parents left out of pocket as sports trip is cancelled

Parents fear they could be more than £750 out of pocket each after a school trip for 64 pupils was cancelled just days before it was due to take place.

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Willoughby School headteacher James Husbands and parent-governor David Conlon who are raising funds

Marathon events planned to help support Willoughby School

Parent Dave Conlon is planning a sponsored 26-mile indoor row and a marathon distance walk to raise funds for Willoughby School.

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Rutland County Council reveals plans to convert Barleythorpe sixth form site into business centre

Rutland County Council has confirmed plans to convert a sixth-form centre into a brand new business centre for Rutland named in honour of former council leader Terry King.

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Tributes paid to long-serving Bourne Academy teacher who died while riding his bike

Tributes have been paid to an ‘extremely popular’ secondary school teacher who tragically died while out cycling this week.

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Slideshow: A great end to the 21st Colsterworth Festival of Performing Arts

Record entries have made this year’s Colsterworth Festival of Performing Arts one of the best yet.

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Mayor of Grantham Linda Wootten cuts the ribbon at South Witham Academy, with executive head Sharon Milner, head of school Anna OShaughnessy and governor Tim Smith and pupils Cade Barends, Myla-Rae Pinder and Taylor Coates.

A new start for South Witham school as it joins trust

There was a party atmosphere in South Witham last Wednesday when the primary school celebrated its new partnership with the Brooke Hill Academy Trust.

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Darcie Proud, of Charles Read Academy. Photo: Chris Rayner Photography

Corby Glen schoolgirl Darcie, 13, heads for national competition

Charles Read Table Tennis scholar Darcie Proud will compete in the English National Table Tennis Championships over the weekend.

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Artist's impression of new science block at Bourne Grammar School. Image: Grayling Thomas

Building work begins on £3.5m science block at Bourne Grammar School

Construction specialist Stepnell has been awarded a £3.5 million contract to build a new school science block.

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Majority of Lincolnshire children to start at first choice secondary school – although number is lowest in five years

Fewer children will be going to their first choice secondary school this year, figures released today (Wednesday) by Lincolnshire County Council show.

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Happy faces at Corby Glen Playgroup in their new waterproof jumpsuits.

Waterproofs all round at Corby Glen Playgroup

Little ones at the Corby Glen Playgroup can enjoy the outdoors in all weathers, thanks to funding from the local Co-op store.

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