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NCS group paints rocks with inspirational words

NCS group paints rocks with inspirational words

NCS group paints rocks with inspirational words

Fourteen youngsters from Grantham, taking part in the National Citizen Service, are spreading positivity around town with painted rocks.


Academy submits plans for temporary classroom to accommodate more students

Academy submits plans for temporary classroom to accommodate more students

Academy submits plans for temporary classroom to accommodate more students

Walton Academy in Grantham has submitted plans to install a temporary classroom to accommodate more students at the school.


Teacher honoured for 30 years of French lessons

Teacher honoured for 30 years of French lessons

Teacher honoured for 30 years of French lessons

A French teacher has been presented with an outstanding achievement award after 30 years of teaching.


School pupils among hundreds to perform in concert

School pupils among hundreds to perform in concert

School pupils among hundreds to perform in concert

Pupils at three primary schools performed on stage as part of a 350-strong choir.


Nursery children dress in hats and gowns for graduation

Nursery children dress in hats and gowns for graduation

Nursery children dress in hats and gowns for graduation

The Woodlands Nursery in Grantham held a graduation for its preschool leavers.


6 things UCAS wants students to know before A-level results day

6 things UCAS wants students to know before A-level results day

6 things UCAS wants students to know before A-level results day

A-level results day is now less than two weeks away and Universities UK and UCAS have released some advice for those facing a nervous wait.


Figure created in memory of former school teacher

Figure created in memory of former school teacher

Figure created in memory of former school teacher

A figure has been created in memory of former Grantham teacher Graham Shorrock.


Alumni enjoys a reunion event

Alumni enjoys a reunion event

Alumni enjoys a reunion event

Students, college and university staff attended a reunion event that encouraged networking, and establishing mentoring relationships for the future.


Can I leave my child home alone this summer?

Can I leave my child home alone this summer?

Can I leave my child home alone this summer?

It's a question many parents may be asking themselves during the school holidays but what's the official advice?


Business joins primary school children on annual sports day

Business joins primary school children on annual sports day

Business joins primary school children on annual sports day

A primary school sports day was supported by a meat producing business.


Nursery children graduate

Nursery children graduate

Nursery children graduate

Children have celebrated the end of their time at nursery with a prom and graduation.


Fears that schools could be left behind by academy plans

Fears that schools could be left behind by academy plans

Fears that schools could be left behind by academy plans

Government ambitions for every school to become an academy have been labelled “deeply concerning”.

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Parents urged to keep kids active as school holidays start

Parents urged to keep kids active as school holidays start

Parents urged to keep kids active as school holidays start

Children's activity levels drop during the summer holidays, claim health officials, who are appealing to parents to keep kids moving from this week.


Academy opens therapy hub thanks to sale of £23,000 kit car

Academy opens therapy hub thanks to sale of £23,000 kit car

Academy opens therapy hub thanks to sale of £23,000 kit car

A school has officially opened its new therapy hub, which was paid for after pupils built a kit car and it sold for £23,000.


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