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Project sees young in Skegness bloom

A month-long project by a group of young people in Skegness has blossomed with the opening of a sensory gardem.

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Students presented the cheque to Mrs Pat Wright.

Alford students donate £5,600 after ‘charity week’

Students from Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar in Alford have presented a cheque for £5,600 to Mrs Pat Wright from the ‘When You Wish Upon a Star’ charity.

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Pupils holding signs to make motorists consider their speed. EMN-170717-134931001

Pupils reduce speeding drivers to tears in Ingoldmells

Youngsters at a primary school near Skegness have been delivering a lesson in road safety to motorists flouting the speed limit.

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Members of the National Citizen Service Spilsby Group (NCS) who did a car wash to raise funds to buy a defibrillator  for Toynton All Saints. ANL-170718-103310001

Youngsters in Spilsby set shining example by saving lives

l Work of Skegness NCS goes on show today

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Sandpits full of bugs that cause stomach upsets

Sandpits full of bugs that cause stomach upsets

Sand play pits harbour the emerging superbug C. diff that causes stomach upsets and diarrhoea and in rare cases damages the gut, a new study found.

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Lead principal Jo Edwards outside Skegness Academy. ANL-170714-120022001

Skegness Academy found ‘inadequate’ by Ofsted but has ‘ambitious plan for improvement’

Skegness Academy is embarking on an ‘ambitious plan’ for improvement after Ofsted found it to be an ‘inadequate school’.

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Poorer children are being left behind when it comes to learning languages

Poorer children are being left behind when it comes to learning languages

The UK has a reputation (rightly or wrongly) for struggling to learn foreign languages. A recent survey showed, for example, that 62% of the population can’t speak any other language apart from English.

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Pupils at Richmond School discover more about bullying and friendship. EMN-170407-121409001

Pupils learn about issues of bullying

Children at a Skegness school have been learning about issues surrounding bullying through a workshop and theatrical performance.

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One in 10 parents spend £25 on end-of-term gifts for teachers

One in 10 parents spend £25 on end-of-term gifts for teachers

With summer holidays upon us and children bidding farewell to their teachers, a survey has suggested that many parents give expensive gifts as a thank-you to school staff.

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Freya Corssen (Y5), Charlie Webster (Y6 ) Eryn Hurdman (Y5) and Frankie Kirk (Y5) with representitives from Jaguar. Photo: STEWART WRITTLE. ANL-170407-104503001

Maths team from Burgh le Marsh school are top of the world

A team from a primary school in Burgh-le-Marsh have made history by becoming world champions in a mathematics competition.

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The smashed window this morning. (Photo: submitted).

Two pupils sent to hospital after Alford school bus window smash

Two pupils from John Spendluffe Technology College have been sent to hospital ‘as a precaution’ after a school bus window was smashed by a branch this morning (Thursday).

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The scene of the flooding outside the school today

VIDEO: Heavy rain and flooding closes Skegness school

A Skegness School has been forced to close due to heavy rain causing flooding.

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Members of the choir performing at the Richmond School's June Day Jaunt in Skegness. Photo: .MSKP-240617-26

GALLERY: School in Skegness goes back to 70’s to celebrate 40th anniversary

It was back to school at the weekend for a Skegness man who was there for the first day it opened - 40 years ago.

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A scene from the Summer Fun Run.

Fun run at Skegness school raises funds for children

A fun run at a Skegness school has raised more than £150 funds for sporting opportunities for pupils.

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Monks' Dyke Tennyson College. EMN-150104-150631001

BREAKING: Major shake-up for Louth’s secondary education

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Seathorne Primary School Pupils took part in an exchange trip to Skegnesss Twin-Town of Bad Gandersheim.

Pupils say ‘hallo’ to their twin town

Pupils from a Skegness school have taken part in an overseas exchange trip.

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Seathorne Primary School Pupils took part in an exchange trip to Skegnesss Twin-Town of Bad Gandersheim. ANL-170806-133203001

‘Wunderbar’: Amazing exchange trip for Skegness school

Seathorne Primary School pupils recently took part in an exchange trip to Skegness’ Twin Town of Bad Gandersheim in Germany.

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The Richmond School in Skegness is hoping to have  a defibrillator placed outside after staff and parents have been trained to use one. ANL-170606-153417001

Skegness school joins campaign to save lives

A Skegness school is hoping to have a defibrillator placed outside after staff and parents have been trained to use one.

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Pupils from The  Richmond School, Skegness, with their poster designs to stop parents parking outside school on the zig-zag lines. ANL-170529-130625001

Pupils make plea over safety fears outside Skegness school

Pupils in Skegness who experienced the trauma of witnessing an accident have reached out to the community to make the area near their school gates safer.

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Beacon  Primary Academy pupils took part in Walk to School Week. ANL-170525-131813001

Big steps to learning with fun at Skegness schools

Pupils at schools in Skegness have been putting their best feet forward during a busy summer term, walking from home and getting involved in a number of projects.

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