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Sponsored listening raises funds

Sponsored listening raises funds

Sponsored listening raises funds

A nursery has raised funds for new books through a sponsored 'Ready, Steady, Listen' event.


95% of children get first place primary school choice

95% of children get first place primary school choice

95% of children get first place primary school choice

The vast majority of children, 99 per cent, have been offered a place at one of their preferred primary schools this year.


Libraries prepare to reopen across the area

Libraries prepare to reopen across the area

Libraries prepare to reopen across the area

Libraries across the area are set to reopen for communities to use again from Monday (April 12).


Lions roar into action to help refurbish school library

Lions roar into action to help refurbish school library

Lions roar into action to help refurbish school library

A school received a donation to help refurbish the library.


'Very small numbers' of Covid-19 cases in schools

'Very small numbers' of Covid-19 cases in schools

'Very small numbers' of Covid-19 cases in schools

There are "very small numbers" of positive cases of Covid-19 in schools with 106,000 lateral flow tests carried out since the start of 2021.


Cottesmore Academy pupils run 'to Mali' as Army parents at Kendrew Barracks head to Africa

Cottesmore Academy pupils run 'to Mali' as Army parents at Kendrew Barracks head to Africa

Cottesmore Academy pupils run 'to Mali' as Army parents at Kendrew Barracks head to Africa

Forces school embarks on mammoth fundraising challenge to bring pupils closer to parents deployed to Africa


World Book Day is better late than never

World Book Day is better late than never

World Book Day is better late than never

Catmose in Oakham hosted a delayed World Book Day.


Mid-Lent Fair colouring competition

Mid-Lent Fair colouring competition

Mid-Lent Fair colouring competition

Children are being invited to tap into their imaginations for a competition linked to the Mid-Lent Fair in Stamford.


Explorers group for teenagers will help with ‘survival’ skills

Explorers group for teenagers will help with ‘survival’ skills

Explorers group for teenagers will help with ‘survival’ skills

Map-reading, survival skills and adventure are on the cards for teenagers.


Hackers target schools trust with ransomware attack

Hackers target schools trust with ransomware attack

Hackers target schools trust with ransomware attack

An academy trust with schools in Stamford has been targeted by hackers.


Careers talks are a virtual inspiration

Careers talks are a virtual inspiration

Careers talks are a virtual inspiration

More than 750 pupils at Catmose College attended three virtual careers sessions.


Blocked footpath is ‘putting pupils at risk’

Blocked footpath is ‘putting pupils at risk’

Blocked footpath is ‘putting pupils at risk’

A dad says a health and safety measure by a housebuilder is putting pupils at risk.


What it's like to teach through a pandemic

What it's like to teach through a pandemic

What it's like to teach through a pandemic

Teachers have shared their stories about working during the pandemic.


College's construction centre to get £2.68m expansion

College's construction centre to get £2.68m expansion

College's construction centre to get £2.68m expansion

A construction and automotive skills facility at Stamford College is to be extended thanks to a £2.1m grant from the Getting Building Fund.


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