North East Lincolnshire Council

Schools and education

Local youngsters recognised with impressive awards haul

Some local youngsters have been recognised for its hard work after receiving a haul of prestigious awards – with one given in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales. Members of the North East Lincolnshire Youth Action, Youth Parliament, and Young…

2 months ago
School holidays: How to tell if a children’s club is genuine

With the summer holidays now in full swing, lots of parents will be looking for activities to keep their children occupied. The good news is that there are lots of great clubs and activities in North East Lincolnshire for youngsters…

4 months ago
In the winners’ circle with Community Learning

Community Learning hosted its annual Learner Celebration Event recognising the achievements of learners of all ages. To mark the end of the academic year, The Skills Hub on Freeman Street, Grimsby, hosted the end of year bash, where this year’s…

5 months ago
Humber announced as Careers Hub to help transform careers education

Humber one of 20 areas across country to receive boost in preparing young people for world of work The Humber is to become one of 20 ‘Careers Hubs’ around England to help transform careers education for young people. The Humber…

5 months ago
Five million pound school transformation reaches half-way mark

A major transformation of a former Cleethorpes Secondary School site into the new home for Bursar Primary Academy has reached the half-way stage. North East Lincolnshire Council, working in partnership with ENGIE, started the second phase of the refurbishment of…

9 months ago
Improve your skills this year with Community Learning

2018 could be the year that you learn the skills to further yourself, get up to speed on fundamental qualifications or secure a new job. North East Lincolnshire Council’s Community Learning team is enrolling now for new and returning students…

11 months ago
Community Learning

Join Community Learning’s free courses and improve your chances of finding work. Community Learning has a range of courses it is currently enrolling for. The options include ‘Over 45 and entering the job market again’, ‘Overcoming your fear of the…

1 year ago
Annual consultation for North East Lincolnshire’s school admission arrangements for the academic year 2019-2020

Choosing a school for your child is one the most important decisions a parent / carer can make. North East Lincolnshire Local Authority is consulting on the proposed school admission arrangements for the 2019-2020 school year for admission into: Reception…

1 year ago
New home for Bursar Primary Academy as work begins at former school site on Clee Road

Bursar Primary Academy in Cleethorpes has been given the go-ahead to relocate to the former Matthew Humberstone Lower school site. North East Lincolnshire Council and its partner ENGIE have now started refurbishment works at the Clee Road site. It will…

1 year ago
Residents encouraged to get online

Local people are being encouraged to get online and try new things during the upcoming Get Online Week 2017. North East Lincolnshire Council, working in partnership with Lincs Inspire, are hosting a series of workshops and sessions to show people…

1 year ago
Skills Hub to host open day for all

Freeman Street’s new  Skills Hub will be hosting an open day later this week to showcase the opportunities on offer for courses running over the summer and starting in September. The Skills Hub, which opened its doors last month, provides…

1 year ago
Former school site to be redeveloped

A former Cleethorpes school that has been empty since 2010 is to be refurbished and brought back into use as a new primary school. Demolition and enabling works were carried last year at the former Matthew Humberstone Lower school site…

2 years ago
Meet the candidates: UK Youth Parliament elections for North East Lincolnshire

Young hopefuls standing to become the next Member and Deputy Member of the UK’s Youth Parliament (UKYP) for North East Lincolnshire have been announced. The candidates will now have until January 2017 to campaign on issues they feel passionately about to…

2 years ago
GRIMSBY LOCAL SECURES INSPIRATIONAL AWARD Local Woman Claims National Prize for Festival of Learning Awards

Rachel West, aged 35, from Lincolnshire, has won the National Social Impact award sponsored by Workers Educational Association (WEA) at the Festival of Learning Awards, in Birmingham. The Festival of Learning Awards showcase and celebrate the wonderful things that individuals,…

2 years ago
Community Learning Services celebrates success of GCSE students

North East Lincolnshire Council’s Community Learning Services (CLS) are celebrating another successful year of GCSE results among its students. This is only the third year that CLS has taught GCSEs and 100% of learners achieved a grade in their Maths…

2 years ago
New Shared Reading Group

A new Shared Reading Group is being set up at Grimsby Library.  The reading group follows on from the success of Lincs Inspire’s other Shared Reading Groups at Cleethorpes Library, Grimsby Minster and a number of care settings in the…

2 years ago
Commemorating 100 Years Since The Battle Of The Somme

LINCS Inspire Libraries will be hosting a number of events to commemorate the centenary of the Battle of the Somme. There will be talks by local historian Steve Bramley about the Lincolnshire Regiments and a talk and separate Q&A session…

2 years ago
Youth Orchestra’s ‘Endangered Species’ event to highlight rare instruments

North East Lincolnshire Council’s Music and Performing Arts Service (MAPAS) are hosting an event to showcase instruments that are largely considered ‘endangered species’ or difficult to find in most orchestral groups.  The open event, which will be held on Saturday…

3 years ago