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Consultation on ‘special educational needs and disabilities’ vision for Lincolnshire - what do you think?

There is still time to have your say on new proposals to address challenges pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and their families face when accessing education.

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The breakfast meeting at St Lawrence School in Horncastle.

Business breakfast proves a hit

Horncastle’s St Lawrence School invited local businesses to join them for breakfast last week to help dispel the myth that special educational needs and disabled (SEND) people are ‘unemployable’.

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Shooting success for Banovallum students

Shooting success for Banovallum students

Top shots: The Year 11 netball team from Banovallum School who represented Lincolnshire at the regional school tournament, held in Nottingham recently.

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Maisie  Hurst 7 of New Bollingbroke, having her hair cut off for Prince's Trust, at Hair and Beauty by Kimberley, Coningsby. pictured before the cut. PICTURE: David Dawson.

Hair today and gone tomorrow for Maisie

Her flowing locks were her pride and joy but when Maisie Hurst decided to do something to help children suffering from cancer, her hair had to go... or at least most of it!

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Primary pupils participate in sporting events at Skegness Grammar School. ANL-180902-143608001

Pupils have a ball at sports event in Skegness

Over 600 primary school children took part in a number of inter-school sporting competitions in Skegness.

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Pupils  from the school dressed as evacuees from the Second World War. Picture: John Aron.

Churchill WW2 letter surprises staff at Tetford school

When teachers at the Edward Richardson Primary School in Tetford asked pupils to bring in items from the Second World War, they didn’t quite know what to expect.

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St Hugh's has presented �603.60 to the charity Breast Cancer Now. EMN-180130-125403001

Charity help from Woodhall Spa school

Pupils at St Hugh’s Prep School in Woodhall Spa have handed over a cheque to the charity Breast Cancer Now.

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Digital Workshop: Claire Brewitt with David Gaunt and David Banham

Farmers embrace the digital era in Louth

Lincolnshire farmers have been brushing up on their computer skills thanks to a free ‘digital refresher’ course hosted by the Louth Learning Centre in Aswell Street.

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East Lincolnshire schools invited to share in £253k support for maths

East Lincolnshire schools invited to share in £253k support for maths

Schools on the east side of the county are set to get more support in their maths education following more than £250k of funding announced this morning (Friday).

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Chloe Betmead, of Bardney Church of England and Methodist School, meets the telehandler she named as part of Chestnut Homes competition EMN-180124-070747001

Naming Norman at Bardney

A Bardney schoolgirl met the new telehandler she named as part of a housebuilder’s competition.

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Bowl Alley Lane - meeting could resolve on-going parking issues.

Meeting could put an end to school parking issue in town

A meeting will be held within the next two weeks in an attempt to finally solve parking issues outside two of Horncastle’s schools.

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Emily Smith.

Old School House helping to raise funds for QEGS student

A bingo and supper evening will be held at the Old School House in Horncastle on Saturday (February 3) to raise money for a Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School student’s trip of a lifetime.

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Maisie Hurst who will look at lot different after Saturday when she has her her cut off for charity. Photo: Supplied

Schoolgirl set to have her locks cut for charity

Seven-year-old Maisie Hurst admits her flowing locks are her pride and joy.

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Chairman of the Tree Group, Adrian Wilson, with the pupils who had their posters included in the calendar. EMN-180123-130016001

Tree competition winners at Woodhall

St Andrew’s and St Hugh’s schools took part in the Woodhall Spa Tree Group’s Poster Competition, where there were 138 entries.

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Pupils at St Hughs Preparatory School. EMN-180129-145745001

Lincolnshire school to head into new era

St Hugh’s Preparatory School, in Woodhall Spa, has announced that from September 2018 it will be stopping Saturday school for its Years 5 – 8.

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The Banovallum students who are busy fundraising for their trip to Croatia. Photo: John Aron.

Banovallum School gearing up for big events

Banovallum School has released more details of fund raising initiatives to help students take part in a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Croatia this July.

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Lincolnshire schools continue to succeed at GCSE

GCSE performance tables for 2017 have revealed a good response from Lincolnshire students to the new English and Maths measure.

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Jumping for joy: Mr Frost with pupils at Tattershall  Primary School.

Dedicated teacher earns praise from boss of his favourite football club

He admits he’s a contender for the title of Lincoln City’s number one fan.

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Chloe Betmead, of Bardney church of England and Methodist School, meets the telehandler Norman she named as part of Chestnut Homes competition. EMN-180122-161012001

Competition winner Chloe meets Norman

A Bardney schoolgirl met the new telehandler she named as part of a housebuilder’s competition.

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