A school has been recognised for the quality of its careers education programme.
The Deepings School has been awarded the Career Mark by the Quality in Careers Standard Board for the 10th consecutive year.
The national honour is given to schools that demonstrate a high programme of careers-related lessons and activities to all pupils.
A report on the school, in Park Lane, Deeping St James, said pupils made informed and realistic decisions on their careers as a result of advice offered.
It added: “They value the support the school offers and are supported in their transition through the school years and beyond Year 11 and 13.”