North Lincolnshire Council

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Thousands of children take on steps challenge

North Lincolnshire Council working with the Get Ahead Partnership has set-up the Let’s Get Stepping challenge to help more primary school pupils be more active at school. Primary schools are competing against each other to achieve the highest steps count.…

2 weeks ago
£15,000 investment improves access to Scunthorpe school

North Lincolnshire Council has provided £15,000 SEND (special educational needs and disabilities) funding for Enderby Road Infant School to improve access. Work involved constructing ramps at external doorways and raising the floor to create a level Early Years area. Access…

1 month ago
£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…

2 months 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…

2 months ago
Apply for your child’s school place

Parents with children aged three to four years-old are being reminded to apply to the council for their school place starting in September 2019 – ahead of the approaching deadline of 15 January 2019. Further to information circulated previously, now…

3 months ago