NCS summer programme: Over 800 Lincolnshire teenagers spent 24,000 hours helping out nearly 80 community projects across the county this summer.
Friday, August 22
Final chance: After a once in a lifetime Lincoln Cathedral turret tour attracted such a high demand, the Works Department have managed to fill places for a second day.
Thursday, August 21
GCSE wait is over: GCSE students from Lincoln and the surrounding areas found out their GCSE grades today and school are congratulating pupils on their hard work.
New heritage course: Staff from Lincoln Castle’s Heritage Skills Centre will help coordinate a new course at the University of Leicester.
Tuesday, August 19
On a brighter note: Ten music tutors at a Lincoln music school and shop have kept their jobs, and 200 students can continue learning after finding a new premises.
Thursday, August 14
Fraud charges: The former CEO of a Lincoln academy federation has been charged with six fraud offences.
Flying colours: A Level and AS Level results were revealed to tentative students across Lincolnshire on Thursday, August 14, and some Lincoln schools celebrated record-breaking figures.
Tuesday, August 12
Ranging results: Students from Lincoln universities put the two institutions just above the national average satisfaction line.
Last phase completed: The University of Lincoln’s School of Pharmacy is ready to welcome its first cohort of students after appointing key members of staff.
Thursday, August 7
Exciting experiments: Experts at the University of Lincoln have had a helping hand from around 250 children as part of Summer Scientist Week.