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College celebrates apprentices at awards ceremony

North Lindsey College has celebrated the success of apprentices at an annual awards ceremony for their fantastic achievements with local employers in the community.

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Managers get ‘Back to the Floor’ in celebration of National Apprenticeship Week

Managers from North Lindsey College went ‘back to the floor’ in celebration of National Apprenticeship Week.

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Sheffield Children’s University celebrates its two millionth hour

Nearly 37,000 children and young people across Sheffield have clocked up more than two million hours of learning in their own time, as part of the Sheffield Children’s University initiative.

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Jackie Grubb

Principal appointed to National College for High Speed Rail in Doncaster

The National College for High Speed Rail has appointed Jackie Grubb as its Principal, to lead the education of next generation rail technicians and engineers at the largest of the government’s five new, employer-led national colleges.

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New scheme is helping unemployed young people get into work

Young people are gaining an invaluable insight into working life thanks to a new scheme.

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PICTURES: Youngsters enjoy science fun at university

The University Centre at North Lindsey College held its annual science fair with students demonstrating the fun behind science.

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David Rose

Preparation for adulthood event for young people who have special educational needs and disabilities

A Preparation for Adulthood event for young people who have special educational needs and disabilities will be held at North Lindsey College on Friday March 17 from 9.30am to 12.30pm.

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Three thousand Doncaster schoolchildren expected at concert

Young people from Ridgewood School in Doncaster have been given the unique opportunity to present two concerts with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra for Doncaster Schools.

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There are plenty of jobs you don't need a university degree for.

REVEALED: Five top jobs you don't need a degree for

A new survey has revealed some of the top jobs that don't require university degrees.

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Football manager officially opens state of the art sports facility

Scunthorpe United FC manager Graham Alexander, first-team coach Nick Daws, MP Andrew Percy, and Baroness Liz Redfern, officially opened Isle Education Trust’s new football hub recently at South Axholme Academy.

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Youngsters enjoying the new outdoor play area at Sturton Cygnets Preschool.

It could be us! Gainsborough hits the National Lottery jackpot

Two organisations have confirmed that it really ‘could be you’ after figures revealed that Gainsborough hit the National Lottery jackpot last year.

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Graham Alexander

Football manager and baroness unveil grass roots sports hub

Scunthorpe United FC manager Graham Alexander, first-team coach Nick Daws, and Baroness Redfern will officially open Isle Education Trust’s new football hub tomorrow (Friday February 10) at South Axholme Academy.

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Author Nick Sharratt

Book your place on prestigious literacy conference which highlights the importance of reading

The Words Count More than Words literacy conference is coming to North Lincolnshire on April 27 at The Baths Hall, Scunthorpe, to raise awareness of the importance of reading.

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Althorpe and Keadby Primary School. Picture: Andrew Roe

Schools set to benefit from £18m council cash

Two Isle schools are set to benefit from a cash injection from North Lincolnshire Council.

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Schools in Gainsborough will benefit from the funding.

Government funding to help Gainsborough schools improve

Schools in Gainsborough and the rest of the county are to benefit from a government grant to help boost performance and drive improvements.

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1,028 fewer teachers in Lincolnshire by 2019, thanks to £38million funding cut

1,028 fewer teachers in Lincolnshire by 2019, thanks to £38million funding cut

There will be over 1,020 fewer teachers in Lincolnshire’s schools by 2019, it was claimed this week.

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David Rose

Get into teaching with new recruitment website

A new Get into Teaching section has been launched on the TeachNorthLincs recruitment website to highlight the benefits of training to teach in North Lincolnshire.

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David Rose

DEADLINE: Parents need to apply for their child’s school place by Sunday

Parents with children aged three to four year olds can now apply to the council for their school place starting in September 2017.

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David Rose

North Lincolnshire will be among the best areas for education by 2020

North Lincolnshire Council has published its annual education report for 2016 which provides the key achievements of schools and academies in North Lincolnshire and outlines its aims for the coming year.

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