North Lincolnshire Council

#Education

£210,000 nursery extension to support working parents

Poppy Fields Nursery at West Street Children’s Centre has benefited from £210,000 investment by North Lincolnshire Council, to meet anticipated demand for 30 hours funded childcare for working parents. The extension, which increases the number of places available at the…

3 weeks ago
Schools across North Lincolnshire share £220,000 funding for healthy living projects

North Lincolnshire Council has invested nearly £220,000 in schools across the area to promote healthy lifestyles and support pupils with additional needs. This investment follows on from the Annual Education Report, published in December, which highlighted how children and young…

3 weeks ago
Quality of education in North Lincolnshire is better than ever

North Lincolnshire’s Annual Education Report, published today, highlights how children and young people in our area are getting a better quality of education than ever before. Improving learning and wellbeing outcomes for all our children remains a key focus for…

2 months ago
Civic Centre transformed into university

Plans to invest in a new University Campus North Lincolnshire (UCNL) have moved a step closer in a joint bid to grow Higher Education in Scunthorpe. The growth plans aim to deliver 1,500 university-level places within Scunthorpe as part of…

4 months ago