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New projects at Deeping St Nicholas Primary School have been funded by the village's Wind Turbine Trust




Deeping St Nicholas Primary School is giving youngsters more learning opportunities after support from the village's Wind Turbine Trust.

Grants have been used to start a new after-school club this term, just four months after a breakfast club was launched for pupils.

The trust also funded work on a footpath which allows pupils with disabilities to use an outdoor learning area, an important factor in the school winning this year's Lincolnshire Young Environmentalist Award in May.

Deeping St Nicholas Wind Turbine Trust has funded new projects at the village school.
Deeping St Nicholas Wind Turbine Trust has funded new projects at the village school.

School administrator Linda Ecob said: "We asked our parents to find out what would attract other parents to our school and two of the big things that came back were before and after-school clubs.

"As a result, working parents can give their children the support to encourage healthy eating.

"The Wind Turbine Trust has supported the school in this, as well as in developing our outdoor area where we have a footpath and raised flower beds that our children can use.

Deeping St Nicholas news.Photo: SG151012-135TW.
Deeping St Nicholas news.Photo: SG151012-135TW.

"We have a huge, wooded area for children to have lessons it and a gardening club once a week.



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