Adoption ongoing: A school which helped save a day care centre from closure a decade ago has celebrated its ongoing partnership with a special tea party.
Friday, July 3
Employable graduates: Bishop Grosseteste University in Lincoln has landed second top spot for employable graduates against universities across the country.
Tuesday, June 30
Ambulance reassurance: A study into patients’ experience with EMAS argues that reassurance should be targeted like response times.
Monday, June 29
Take a tour inside: The Lincoln University Technical College ready to move into the former Greestone Centre after £7.5m redevelopment.
Friday, June 26
STEM day: Businesses, scientists and celebrity ambassadors will once again join forces at an event to encourage the next generation of engineers in Lincolnshire.
Thursday, June 25
Higher education issues: The head of the UK’s university admissions service will speak in Lincoln for the National Teachers’ Conference.
Monday, June 22
On the ball: A former England international footballer has unveiled a £550,000 artificial grass pitch at a Lincoln school which is used by pupils, local teams and the community.
Staff rewarded: Two members of staff at a Welton school have received national recognition for their efforts.
Friday, June 19
Name the tortoise: The University of Lincoln is enlisting the help of members of the public in order to name one of the latest additions to a growing family of on-campus tortoises.
Tuesday, June 16
Good report: Lincoln Carlton Academy has been judged as ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted following its first ever inspection last month.
Monday, June 15
1215.today: A flagship arts project has been launched by the University of Lincoln.
Thursday, June 11
European adventure: A group of Lincoln students will fly to Romania later this summer to build homes for Romany families living in slums.
Wednesday, June 10
Official opening: A £4.5 million redevelopment of the Monks Building at Lincoln College has been given a special launch with a memorable RAF visit.
Friday, June 5
Major honour: The University of Lincoln has been named one of Siemens’ Global Principal Partners for its research and development collaborations with the engineering giant.
Wednesday, June 3
Famous team: The latest celebrity academic to join the team of staff at the University of Lincoln is leading archaeologist, lecturer and TV presenter Carenza Lewis.