Bakewell Pudding ‘lost in space’ could now be in the Lincolnshire Wolds

A Peak District school is asking for the Lincolnshire public’s help after pupils sent a Bakewell Pudding into space - which has now become ‘lost in space’ over our county.

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Why life really is ‘buzzing’ at a very busy Horncastle school

It’s all happening at Banovallum School where students have been busy on a Duke of Edinburgh (DoE) expedition - and setting up their own bee hive!

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Cathedral teaches the teachers on heritage

After the success of its wildly popular teacher training day earlier this year, Lincoln Cathedral hosted another free training session last week to help teachers and schoolchildren develop an understanding of their local heritage and its significance.

Jenny Meadows jumps for joy with pupils from Horncastle Community Primary School

Top GB athlete visits Horncastle Community Primary School

GB athlete Jenny Meadows proved to be a star attraction when she visited Horncastle Community Primary School.

The St Hugh's Prep School team has reached the finals of the National 'POP' Lacrosse championships.

Lacrosse stars from St Hugh’s set their sights on national final

A team of Year 6 pupils from St Hugh’s Prep School in Woodhall Spa has reached the finals of the National ‘POP’ Lacrosse championships.

Pictured, from left, are: Kaley Boothby, Boston College; Matt Warman, Boston and Skegness MP; Frank Hanson, GLAA Policy Officer; Victoria Atkins, Minister for Crime, Safeguarding, Vulnerability and Women; Mark Heath, GLAA Deputy Director of Business Change; Jo Maher, Boston College Principal

Modern slavery and labour exploitation on college’s curriculum as part of pilot project

A Lincolnshire college is set to take part in a pilot project which will see it join forces with the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority to teach its students about modern slavery and labour exploitation.

Royal Wedding fun for a good cause in Scamblesby

Royal Wedding fun for a good cause in Scamblesby

A village primary school held a very special Royal Wedding celebration this month, which involves raising funds for a hospital unit in memory of Manby girl Amelia Wood.

School admin competition.

Nominate your school’s admin staff for chance to win £1,500 for your school

Lincolnshire residents have been invited to get their school office and admin staff recognised for the first time with their very own awards - and you could win £1,500 for your school.


School staff in viral Carpool Karaoke video

An hilarious Carpool Karaoke style video made by staff at Wragby Primary School has gone viral with 27,000 views in a matter of days.

Banovallum School's Science Club have been 'busy bees'.

Students are busy bees at Banovallum

Members of Banovallum School’s Science Club have been ‘busy bees’ over the last few weeks.

Lincs Wildlife Trust aims to get a copy of the book The Lost Words in every primary and special school across the county. Images supplied.

Campaign to get ‘lost words’ omitted from children’s dictionaries into schools

Fears that common countryside words will forever disappear from children’s vocabularies has inspired a campaign by Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust.

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Students show off their ‘Slamjam’ skills

A group of students from Banovallum Schooltravelled to De Aston School in Market Rasen for the regional finals of ‘Slamjam’. ‘Slamjam’ is a county-wide poetry ‘slam’ competition promoting original writing and performance skills.

The Banovallum Singers entertained at the celebration and 'thank you' event

St Mary’s church celebrates freedom with week-long event

Joyful, loving, musical, noise, colour, friendship, amazing, happy and wow!

Pupils at Horncastle Primary School donned red, white and blue ahead of the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

A right royal occasion at Horncastle Primary School

Pupils at Horncastle Primary School definitely got into the spirit of the Royal Wedding last week.

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Team of Horncastle students impress judges in national competition

Four students from Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School, in Horncastle, have won a national competition for the East Midlands region.

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Lincolnshire Children Attempt Samba World Record

Children from Lincolnshire will attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the World’s Largest Samba Band, on Tuesday June 26, at Lincoln City Football Club, beginning a Samba revolution for all children and young people in Lincolnshire.

Banovallum Students performing at St Mary's Church, in Horncastle. EMN-180518-130816001

Banovallum students get creative as part of town festival

Pupils from Banovallum School contributed to a week-long arts festival at St Mary’s Church recently.

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Barnes Wallis in double triumph

It’s celebration time at Tattershall’s Barnes Wallis Academy after a dazzling double.

Youngsters look up to the sky during one of many experiments.

The laws of physics? Just ask the pupils at Scamblesby school...

When it comes to science, pupils at Scamblesby CE Primary School really do pass the test.

Education news

Council calls for ‘urgent rethink’ on closure of Sixth Form provision at Louth Academy

East Lindsey District Council has called for an urgent rethink on the announcement by the Tollbar Multi-Academy Trust (MAT) that there will be no Sixth Form provision at Louth Academy for the 2018-19 academic year.

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