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Community project ensures no child goes hungry

Community project ensures no child goes hungry

Community project ensures no child goes hungry

A group of volunteers are stepping up to the plate to ensure children receive substantial meals in lockdown.


RAF helps with coronavirus testing

RAF helps with coronavirus testing

RAF helps with coronavirus testing

An RAF team ‘flew in’ to support the coronavirus testing of pupils and staff in a secondary school.


Adorable Wilson will be pupils’ new ‘pastoral pup’

Adorable Wilson will be pupils’ new ‘pastoral pup’

Adorable Wilson will be pupils’ new ‘pastoral pup’

‘First day at school’ photos are usually cute, but Wilson's really takes the biscuit.


Exams cancelled but teens urged to shine

Exams cancelled but teens urged to shine

Exams cancelled but teens urged to shine

Pupils who won’t have to sit exams this summer are being told their hard work still counts.


Homeschool help is arriving by rickshaw

Homeschool help is arriving by rickshaw

Homeschool help is arriving by rickshaw

A tuk-tuk driver is delivering refurbished laptops to help schoolchildren with their home learning.


Council fined over failure to educate child

Council fined over failure to educate child

Council fined over failure to educate child

A council has been told to pay more than £2,000 to a mother after failing to provide a “suitable education” for her daughter.


Pupils send huge heartfelt message to Bourne school staff

Pupils send huge heartfelt message to Bourne school staff

Pupils send huge heartfelt message to Bourne school staff

Parents and children go the extra mile to show support for under-pressure teaching staff


Testing station set up at school

Testing station set up at school

Testing station set up at school

School staff have been trained in coronavirus testing in a bid to prevent the spread of the disease.


Around 17 per cent of pupils in county attending face-to-face lessons

Around 17 per cent of pupils in county attending face-to-face lessons

Around 17 per cent of pupils in county attending face-to-face lessons

Around 17 per cent of children are attending school in Lincolnshire for face-to-face lessons this week council bosses revealed.


We went shopping with £30 to show what children should be getting

We went shopping with £30 to show what children should be getting

We went shopping with £30 to show what children should be getting

As pictures of woefully inadequate school meal packages circulate online, we went to Asda armed with £30 to show what children should be getting.


School submits plans for redevelopment of sports facilities

School submits plans for redevelopment of sports facilities

School submits plans for redevelopment of sports facilities

Stamford Endowed Schools has applied for planning permission to redevelop its sports facilities in Kettering Road.


Maths whiz tots up a distinction in national competition

Maths whiz tots up a distinction in national competition

Maths whiz tots up a distinction in national competition

A pupil at the Stamford Endowed Schools has achieved a distinction in the British Mathematical Olympiad.


School offers more room for pupils

School offers more room for pupils

School offers more room for pupils

A school has been a hive of activity during the coronavirus pandemic, with a new classroom being added to make more room for pupils.


'We will not be relying on an algorithm' to replace exam results

'We will not be relying on an algorithm' to replace exam results

'We will not be relying on an algorithm' to replace exam results

Education secretary Gavin Williamson has announced teacher assessment will replace GCSE, AS and A-Level exams.


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