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School holiday activities

Bookings are now open for a summer of free, fun activities in North East Lincolnshire. Here’s a list of all of this summer’s providers. To find out more about the activities that they’re offering and to book a place, visit the provider’s website. Places on these activities are free for children who are in receipt…

3 weeks ago | Important Notice
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Skills Fair returns to match youngsters with future employers

The annual Skills Fair returned this year, with over a thousand youngsters going along to meet with employers and education providers to find out about their options for the future. The event, which was organised by North East Lincolnshire Council, working with the Department for Work and Pensions, Franklin College, and Grimsby Institute for Further…

3 weeks ago | Business and investment
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Councillors approve new education strategy

NORTH East Lincolnshire Council’s Cabinet have approved a strategy setting out how it will work with local schools, academies and education settings to help children achieve their potential. The Education and Inclusion Strategy was approved by Councillors at a meeting of the Council’s Cabinet last night (Wednesday 15 June 2022). North East Lincolnshire Council’s Education…

2 months ago | Children and families
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Support available to help youngsters with exam stress

Youngsters sitting their exams in North East Lincolnshire can access free, anonymous mental health support and counselling to help them overcome exam-stress. Kooth is an online service offering free, safe and anonymous text-based counselling, peer support and wellbeing tools to all 11- 25 yr olds in North East Lincolnshire. Qualified therapists are available 365 days…

2 months ago | Children and families

Get involved in the annual SEND survey

Residents of North East Lincolnshire are being asked to share their experiences of services for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in the area. The SEND Annual survey helps North East Lincolnshire Council to see what is working and how services can improve to meet the needs of the users….

6 months ago | Schools and education

Annual consultation for North East Lincolnshire’s school admission arrangements for the academic year 2023-2024

Choosing a school for your child is one the most important decisions a parent/ carer can make. When changes are proposed to admissions arrangements, all admission authorities must consult on their admissions arrangements. North East Lincolnshire Council is not proposing to make any changes to the admission arrangements for community and voluntary-controlled schools, for whom…

9 months ago | Children and families

Programme to help young people with autism now open for bids

Schools in our area are being invited to bid to become part of a pilot programme set to improve support for youngsters with autism. The programme is part of a pilot in partnership with NHS England called ‘Autism in Schools’ and will include up to ten local schools. The aim is to provide an uplift…

11 months ago | Children and families

Students across our patch return to the classroom for the new school term

Public Health officials have welcomed the return of students to the classroom as the new school term starts, stressing the importance of children and young people returning to some normality and benefitting from the education, social and health and wellbeing effects of the school environment. After a year of disruption due to COVID, public health…

11 months ago | COVID-19

Parents urged to support local schools as end of term approaches

Parents and carers in North East Lincolnshire are being asked to support the area’s schools as the end of term approaches. Head teachers, school leaders and staff have been magnificent in their care for the area’s children and young people during an extraordinary and challenging school year. They have had to adapt quickly and put…

1 year ago | COVID-19