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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...
  • Skegness people warned over bogus Environment Agency Official

    By MarieW at 21:30 on 08/04/13
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    LINCOLNSHIRE Police and the Environment Agency are warning members of the public that a bogus bailiff may be operating in Lincolnshire. The man concerned allegedly checks fishing licenses, and asks for on-the-spot fines (£20 has been mentioned) when anglers do not produce their licence. Environment Agency Officers do not ask for payment or on-the-spot fines. A genuine Agency bailiff (also known as a Fisheries Enforcement...
  • Adult learning service in Skegness is 'good' according to Ofsted

    By MarieW at 10:58 on 25/03/13
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    THE adult learning service which covers Skegness has been rated as 'good' by Ofsted. A recent inspection recognised the quality and quantity of opportunities offered to adult learners in Lincolnshire, with some areas identified as potentially best practice. Ofsted identified also identified that the majority of community learning have achieved the main aims of their chosen course. This, in turn, increases their levels of...
  • Polish community to benefit from a new Saturday School in Skegness

    By SRussellTG at 15:51 on 22/02/13
    A NEW polish supplementary school is in the process of being set up in Skegness. A steering group has now been constituted as the Skegness Polish Educational Association in order to launch a Saturday school in Skegness. The aim is to improve the integration of people and children of a Polish background into British society. The school will teach the Polish language, history and geography. One of the organisers, Wojciech Pisarski, said:...
  • Skegness primary school pupils plant new oak trees at Tower Gardens

    By East Lindsey Target at 07:00 on 22/02/13
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    PUPILS from a Skegness primary school have helped to breathe new life into Tower Gardens. Following on from a number of trees being removed from the park because of safety concerns, a public consultation was held to find the public's tree of choice. A total of 10 trees, made up of five English Oak, three Holm Oak and two Tulip trees were selected as replacements. Spokesman for East Lindsey District Council, James Gilbert said the...

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