Peter plans his great Spalding United charity bake-off

An autistic youngster from Spalding has turned to one of his favourite football teams for support in hosting a bake-off for charity.

Rupert Gibson of Agilitas Sports explains the rules of the School Games hockey play-offs at Spalding Hockey Club in Surfleet.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG070217-117TW.

Youngsters hit the hocky field at School Games

South Holland youngsters were in competition again as Agilitas Sports School Games action resumed with the Spalding round of Quicksticks Hockey.

LOVE DISCO: Holbeach St Marks Village Hall hosts a family party for St Valentine's Day, supported by Bakkavor Pizza.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG100217-104TW.

Love in the air at Holbeach St Marks Valentine disco

Love was in the air at Holbeach St Marks Village Hall during a super fun Valentine’s Disco.

Lincoln Crown Court.

Theft man faces one-month wait to learn fate

A man who admitted stealing from a South Holland pre-school will find out next month what sentence he will serve after appearing in court today (Friday).

MP John Hayes was awarded an honorary fellowship by the Royal Chartered Institute For Further Education.

Education honour for South Holland and the Deepings MP

South Holland and the Deepings MP John Hayes has been awarded an honorary fellowship by the Royal Chartered Institute For Further Education.

Trainee teacher Chris Clay (front), of Donington, who is running in the London Marathon for Diabetes UK.  He is pictured with his family, who will cheer him on in London. Photo supplied.

Marathon Chris of Donington doing his maths in London

A former Thomas Cowley High School student is hoping to make Donington proud again, this time on the streets of London.

Josh Bycraft, Lucy Gill, Ellie Brewster, Ella Turner, Mia Coombes, Tom Skelton

Deepings School pupils showcase their creativity

The Ryman National Enterprise Challenge is the largest schools enterprise competition in the UK, and their team came to The Deepings School to work with the year 9 group.

Poppy Gill (front) with fellow members of London-based street dance crew Unity.  Photo supplied.

Sign for Dance Academy

Parents in South Holland looking to keep their children busy can help a youngster fulfil her dream of dancing in America.

Quiz team winners Lucy Smith, Yasmin Pritchard, Lara Sanderson, Toni Philip and Megan Ripley.

Lessons in language for Spalding High School pupils

Year 9 students at Spalding High School enjoyed the annual Languages Day.

Anastasia checks-out the suspects

Holbeach youngsters are forensic detectives

Pupils from Holbeach Primary Academy enjoyed playing detective for the day when they took part in a forensic science workshop.

Ghaniya Zarouk and Gabriela Hirt

Bringing language and culture to life at High School

Spalding High School has welcomed French and German Language Assistants from other countries.

BAG2SCHOOL DAY: Collecting bags are (from left) Olivia Childs, Michal Zuk, Maisie Dobbs, Rosie Stevenson and Rebecca Wright.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG270117-110TW.

From bags to riches with High School collection

Spalding High School has once again organised a clothes, shoes and textiles collection with Bag2School, the UK’s leading textile recycler and fundraiser.

Michele Anderson, Head Mistress at Spalding High School, with the School of the Yesr (Secondary) Award at the 2016 Lincolnshire Free Press/Spalding Guardian Education Awards at South Holland Centre, Spalding.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG101116-213TW.

South Lincolnshire grammar schools face ‘Titanic’ battles to balance books

A Spalding headmaster has branded changes to the way schools in the town and England are funded as a 
“rearrangement of deck chairs on the Titanic”.

Children at Bourne Westfield Primary Academy, one of six teaching schools in Lincolnshire that will benefit from a �142,500 cash injection from the Government.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG230915-127TW.

Bourne primary school to benefit from £140,000 grant award

Bourne Westfield Primary Academy is one of six teaching schools in Lincolnshire that will benefit from a £142,500 cash injection from the Government.

YOUNG ENTERPRISE: Year 12 students (back) Amy Sharpe, Ross Morgan, Dominic Brown, Brandon Pontin, (front) Hayden Woods, Shana Farrow and Aleks Leucyma at Spalding Grammar School.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG240117-101TW.

Spalding and Holbeach students make profits in enterprise task

Students in Spalding and Holbeach have been learning the art of making deals as part of a scheme that is just the business.

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Spalding Grammar School Year 13 students 
James Rhodes, Robert Collison, Tom Birdseye and Calvin Wilson who could all be heading to Oxford or Cambridge University in the autumn.
Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG200117-106TW.

Oxbridge dreams for high-flying students in Spalding and Bourne

Five talented students at schools in Spalding and Bourne are on course for places at the UK’s top universities this autumn.

Chris Crane is inspiring his PE students at Spalding Grammar School by running in April's London Marathon for Asthma UK.

Spalding PE teacher setting London Marathon example for charity

A PE teacher at Spalding Grammar School is setting a fine example for his students by running in this year’s London Marathon.

NEW EXTENSION: Children, staff and governors, including head of school Teeny Vayro, chairman of governor Helen Banks and executive head teacher Andrew Raistrick (back row, left, second left and third right) outside the new extension at Pinchbeck East Primary School.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG180117-109TW.

More room for lessons at Pinchbeck East Primary School

Pinchbeck East Primary School is now bigger and better this term after the opening of a new extension yesterday.

Sports Leaders from Spalding High ready for game making

Sporty students throwing, running and jumping too!

Eleven schools from across the area came to battle it out in various team races, throwing and jumping events at the annual School Games Lincolnshire South East Sportshall Athletics.

The Curlew Centre in Sutton Bridge is hosting Gardening for the Brain on Friday, February 3, from 10am until 4pm.  Photo by Tim Wilson.

Gardening event for carers

Carers and family members living with people who have dementia can sign up for course aimed at helping them to organise therapeutic gardening activities.

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