Setting the first bricks: The first new-build agriculture college to be constructed in 50 years is taking form in Lincoln.
Friday, October 24
Thursday, October 23
Hands-on experience: Students from St Francis School, Lincoln, have been helping the UK’s leading potato supplier to spruce up their Lincoln site by planting over 40 kilos of daffodil bulbs.
Friday, October 17
Building bridges for health: The Lincolnite took a tour of the new £14m Joseph Banks Laboratories at the University of Lincoln.
Thursday, October 16
Preparing: A-Level students at North Kesteven School practiced their job interview techniques at a special mock interview day.
Tuesday, October 14
Understanding politics: Schools across Lincoln will campaign for a made-up political party and develop ideas for the community among a week of democracy-themed activities.
Triple awards: Three past and present students from Bishop Grosseteste have won national Early Years awards.
Monday, October 13
Valuable skills: Six local apprentices are learning on the job at the St John’s Village development in a Lincoln village.
Engineering future: The new University Technical College in Lincoln welcomed the next year group of engineering and science students to its first open day.
Friday, October 10
Gold standard: North Kesteven School in North Hykeham was awarded with the Trinity Guildhall Artsmark Gold Award.
Construction Week: Children across Lincolnshire took part in a construction event, aimed at encouraging more students into the industry.