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  • Lincolnshire schools' GCSE results buck national downward trend

    By CJHall_LE at 16:49 on 22/08/13
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    Three outstanding schools have led the way today as Lincolnshire's improving GCSE results have bucked the national trend. Provisional figures released today by Lincolnshire County Council have revealed that schools, including academies no longer in local authority control, have again done better than the national average. Overall, Lincolnshire 15-year-olds returned 62.6 per cent of five A* to C exam successes. This compares to the...
  • Majority of Lincolnshire children given place at their school of choice

    By kay_kelly at 09:37 on 16/04/13
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    The vast majority of Lincolnshire children have been given a place at their school of choice this year, despite an increase in the number of requests for the more popular schools. Along with the rest of the country, Lincolnshire has experienced high numbers of families wanting their children to start school in September. Parents could pick up their offer using the online system on April 16th - over 98% of parents applied online. Of...
  • Grantham schools invited to join The Big Bike Race

    By kay_kelly at 16:50 on 15/04/13
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    Grantham schools are being invited to take part in The Big Bike Race and virtually travel through 5,000 years of history. Every time a child, parent or teacher bikes to school, they earn virtual kilometres which are added to their 5,000km online journey. And the first school in Lincolnshire to earn 5,000km will win a new cycle or scooter pod and a gold certificate. The runner-up and third-placed school will scoop silver and...
  • Academy sponsor in negotiations about Charles Read High School joining its network

    By kay_kelly at 11:32 on 15/03/13
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    An academy sponsor has approached the West Grantham Academies Trust to discuss the possibility of the Charles Read High School joining its network. The news comes as the trust is in the middle of a consultation process to address the issue of Charles Read's long-term future. The trust is in the early stages of negotiations and is working with the Department for Education and trustees before this can proceed. At this stage, all...
  • New scheme to encourage community spirit running in Grantham primary schools

    By kay_kelly at 08:45 on 27/02/13
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    A new scheme to encourage community spirit will be running in primary schools throughout Grantham and surrounding villages. The scheme, Junior Eyes, is being launched by Grantham and District Neighbourhood Watch Association. Chairman of the association Helen Bill says in SKToday, South Kesteven District Council's magazine for residents: "Neighbourhood Watch is in place in several senior schools across the district, but we...

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