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Uppingham Community College teacher brings Minecraft to the classroom

Uppingham Community College teacher brings Minecraft to the classroom

Uppingham Community College teacher brings Minecraft to the classroom

10 May 2015

Minecraft is a videogame that has taken the world by storm with its mix of addictive non-linear gameplay and charming, back-to-basics graphics.


Oakham School pupils celebrate musical win

Oakham School pupils celebrate musical win

Oakham School pupils celebrate musical win

09 May 2015

Two Oakham School pupils have recently celebrated musical success at both national and European level as members of Youth Brass 2000, a youth brass band based in Northamptonshire.


Bourne Academy pupils explore First World War battlefields

Bourne Academy pupils explore First World War battlefields

Bourne Academy pupils explore First World War battlefields

06 May 2015

Forty pupils from Bourne Academy explored the Battlefields of France and Belgium, including visits to Passchendale Memorial Museum, Langemark German cemetery, Tyne Cot, the Menin Gate and Thiepval Memorial.


Arts and history make it a busy term at Stamford Endowed Schools

Arts and history make it a busy term at Stamford Endowed Schools

Arts and history make it a busy term at Stamford Endowed Schools

04 May 2015

It’s been another busy term for pupils at Stamford Endowed Schools.


Lincolnshire County Council to review school transport

Lincolnshire County Council to review school transport

Lincolnshire County Council to review school transport

03 May 2015

Members of the Glenside School Transport Campaign.


Strictly star pays a special visit to primary school

Strictly star pays a special visit to primary school

Strictly star pays a special visit to primary school

02 May 2015

Year four pupils at Thurlby Community Primary School received a very special visit from Strictly star, Cassidy Little on Tuesday.


Uppingham School’s science centre wins top prizes at awards

Uppingham School’s science centre wins top prizes at awards

Uppingham School’s science centre wins top prizes at awards

02 May 2015

The new science centre at Uppingham School has swept the boards at the 2015 Royal Institute of British Architects East Midlands Awards.


Bourne Abbey Primary Academy is once again rated outstanding

Bourne Abbey Primary Academy is once again rated outstanding

Bourne Abbey Primary Academy is once again rated outstanding

27 April 2015

Bourne Abbey Primary Academy has once again received a judgment of outstanding as a Church of England Primary School.


New College Stamford students out to show their skills

New College Stamford students out to show their skills

New College Stamford students out to show their skills

26 April 2015

Students on a variety of courses at New College Stamford have been celebrating successes in recent weeks.


New College Stamford principal April Carol on ‘extended leave’

New College Stamford principal April Carol on ‘extended leave’

New College Stamford principal April Carol on ‘extended leave’

22 April 2015

New College Stamford has appointed an interim principal while its permanent principal April Carrol is on “extended leave”.


Catmose College offers range of apprenticeships

Catmose College offers range of apprenticeships

Catmose College offers range of apprenticeships

19 April 2015

A college will offer several apprenticeship courses to school leavers this year.


Volunteers needed to help spruce up Langtoft Pre-School

Volunteers needed to help spruce up Langtoft Pre-School

Volunteers needed to help spruce up Langtoft Pre-School

17 April 2015

Children at Langtoft Pre-School are appealing for help from the local community to help make their school a safer and better environment.


Bourne Wheelers’ Maddie is on track to join British Cycling’s medal factory

Bourne Wheelers’ Maddie is on track to join British Cycling’s medal factory

Bourne Wheelers’ Maddie is on track to join British Cycling’s medal factory

14 April 2015

Maddie Gammons (15) of Bourne never gives interviews.


Collect primary school offer

Collect primary school offer

Collect primary school offer

11 April 2015

Parents who have applied online for a reception or junior place at their primary school in Lincolnshire can collect their offer from Thursday.


Schools to build on success with Government aid of £38 million

Schools to build on success with Government aid of £38 million

Schools to build on success with Government aid of £38 million

07 April 2015

Three schools in Bourne, Gosberton and Spalding are to share in a £38 million cash bonanza from the Government across the East Midlands to modernise buildings and classrooms.


Charlotte rides the crest of waves in endeavour of extreme fortunes

Charlotte rides the crest of waves in endeavour of extreme fortunes

Charlotte rides the crest of waves in endeavour of extreme fortunes

06 April 2015

Terms such as bad gate, dock start and sideslide mean nothing to the average person but are almost everything to water skier Charlotte Moore (18).


Stamford store supports Bourne Grammar School netball team

Stamford store supports Bourne Grammar School netball team

Stamford store supports Bourne Grammar School netball team

01 April 2015

Sinclairs in St Mary’s Street, Stamford, was proud to welcome a winning netball team for a celebratory lunch after sponsoring the kit.


Harington School to be built on Catmose College site in Oakham

Harington School to be built on Catmose College site in Oakham

Harington School to be built on Catmose College site in Oakham

31 March 2015

Rutland’s new sixth form will be built on the Catmose College site in Oakham.


Hanson Cement gives £1,070 to Easton Garford Endowed School in Easton-on-the-Hill

Hanson Cement gives £1,070 to Easton Garford Endowed School in Easton-on-the-Hill

Hanson Cement gives £1,070 to Easton Garford Endowed School in Easton-on-the-Hill

31 March 2015

Young pupils at Easton Garford Endowed School have been jumping for joy since they got access to their newly refurbished outdoor early years area.


Pupils get letters from Clarence House after writing to William and Kate

Pupils get letters from Clarence House after writing to William and Kate

Pupils get letters from Clarence House after writing to William and Kate

26 March 2015

Every child in the Year 1 class at Deeping St James Primary School had a treat on Monday when they opened individual letters from Clarence House.


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