Alford pupils give homemade Christmas hampers to the elderly

Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar, Alford, presented homemade Christmas hampers to members of Alford’s Day Centre last week.

QEGS Alford: Santa with his reindeer and elves

‘Tis the season of goodwill at QEGS Alford

Santa and his elves arrived early at Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar, Alford, in order to support the local community by visiting a local primary school and delivering Christmas hampers.

Spilsbys King Edward VI Academy took part in rowing challenge..

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Rowing students show muscle

Students at a school in Spilsby have been showing their muscle in a ‘Rowvember’ challenge.

Prize winners from the Skegness Academy are pictured with with Steven Kemshall, Deputy Principal, Chas Tibble, .April Grunnill and Alan Gordon-Griffiths from the RNLI, Skegness ANL-170812-141736001

Skegness Academy celebrates ‘outstanding’ achievers

Outstanding achievers at Skegness Academy were celebrated at the school’s annual presentation evening.

Year 4 pupils at Beacon Primary Academy have been appointed Junior Police Community School Officers. ANL-170712-153714001

Hello, hello - they are getting younger every day on the beat in Skegness

‘Officers’ are getting younger every day in Skegness.

Turning back the clock to the Stone Age at Richmond Primary School.

Stone Age brought back to present day at school in Skegness

Youngsters at a primary school in Skegness transported parents back to the Stone Age last week as part of their studies into the prehistoric time period.


Students from Spilsby celebrate their personal bests

Year 7 students at Spilby’s King Edward VI Academy have been recognised for their outstanding achievements.

Spilsby New Life Centre has won a �30,000 Children in Need grant to help young people and families. ANL-171129-080152001

£30k grant to help kids in need in Spilsby

An organisation supporting young people and families in Spilsby has received a £30k boost from Children in Need.

QEGS Alford pupils taking part in the charity 'spin-a-thon'.

Pedal power! Alford pupils help raise £1,400 for mental health charity

Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar, Alford, arranged for staff, students, and members of the local community to join together on Sunday (November 26) to complete a challenging 12 hour ‘spin-a-thon’ for charity.

STOCK: Domestic violence illustraion. STO-170630-130914001

Lincolnshire schools play key role in preventing domestic abuse

As part of the national ‘16 days of action’ campaign, organisations in Lincolnshire are highlighting the impact that domestic abuse has on children and young people.

Halton  Holgate Primary School. ANL-171128-103004001

Decision on former Skegness area headteacher after misconduct hearing

A decision has been made on a former headteacher at Halton Holegate Primary after allegations of misconduct at the school.

Loading the shoeboxes

Crowland pupils give generously to shoebox appeal and welcome new gym equipment

Pupils at South View School in Crowland were so eager to see their shoebox donations loaded into the van that they asked to help do this themselves.

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Student is reaping rewards

An postgraduate agricultural student from Alford has received a national award for her studies from the NFU Mutual Charitable Trust.

Pupils from Partney Church of England School performed Twelfth Night at the Embassy Theatre in Skegness. ANL-171116-160113001

Oh what a ‘Night’ for pupils from Partney!

Pupils from a primary school in Partney were plunged into the spotlight in a way that would have made the Bard proud.

University graduates

Study reveals the uni courses that’ll make you rich - and those that won’t

Studying medicine and dentistry will make you the richest after university with graduates earning an average of £46,700 according to new research from the Institute of Fiscal Studies.
The plaits have gone...  Xanthe Belll shows off her new style after having  her hair cut for the Little Princess charity. ANL-171117-080002001

Going, going, gone: Brave Xanthe from Skegness has locks cut for charity

A 10-year-old Skegness girl is proudly sporting a new hairstyle after having her long locks cut for charity,
Xanthe Bell, who attends Seathorne Primary School, has donated her hair to the Little Princess charity, who make real hair wigs for children with cancer.

Students at Skegness Grammar School, part of the David Ross Education Trust, enjoyed a series of seminars during a visit to the University of Leeds. ANL-171116-144202001

Students from Skegness learn new skills at uni

Students at a Skegness school have been learning new skills to help them with their projects.

Isabelle Clark has swum seven miles to raise money for Children in Need. ANL-171116-081455001

Five years of splashing efforts: Skegness student aged 11 takes plunge AGAIN for Pudsey

An 11-year-old student from Skegness, who has been raising funds for Children in Need for five years, has taken her total to more than £4,200 after completing a seven-mile swim.

Lincolnshire County Council. ANL-171115-130901001

Consultation begins on changes to school admissions

A consultation is now underway on proposed changes to admissions policies for schools in Lincolnshire for the 2019 intake.

Lewis Marsh of the Richmond School in Skegness with his  Be Kind campaign checklist for anti-bullying week. ANL-171113-165903001

Pupils from Skegness learn to be kind during anti-bullying week

A school in Skegness is aiming to be nicer as the nation celebrates anti-bullying week. 
Across the country are being encouraged to Be Kind in an effort to curb bullying.
The Be Kind campaign – which aims to inspire kids to Speak Up, Stand Out and Be Kind - was launched by ITV’s This Morning Show. 
Children are being invited to visit their local Smiggle store in the East of England to pick up a FREE, 
limited edition Smiggle #BeKind wrist 
band, to show their support for the cause.
As the nearest shop is in Lincoln, the Richmond School is running its own campaign to mark the week.

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