A new craze sweeps across Britain driving teens crazy. They were all the rage in the USA but now young teens in Britain have ‘hooked’ up with the rage. All you need to join in with the craze is a loom board and a pack of rubber bands! With the kit you will get the […]
Young journalists from North Kesteven School were invited along to Waterstones in Lincoln to meet and interview author Barry Stone.
On Friday 22nd July Cherry Willingham Community School reopened the doors to the main block, just 15 months after a devastating fire tore through the heart of the school.
This was a trip with a difference though, all the children got the chance of a lifetime to visit a Roman settlement for the day, dress up and fill out typical Roman duties.
…….others are less proactive and some choosing not to take up a work placement at all.
“So much hard work has gone into this with lots of rehearsals. It is great to finally be here doing the real thing!”
Two YJA pupils from Sleaford in Lincolnshire have been shortlisted for the Amnesty International Young Human Rights Reporter of the Year competition.
This is the place where some of the most intellectually complex and stimulating conversation and debates that I’ve ever heard, take place.
In this current climate shoppers can’t resist a bargain, but what cost does this have on other people? Since a Panorama investigation in 2008 well known high street stores have come under close scrutiny over allegations on cheap labour used in clothes manufacturing.
This week North Kesteven School was delighted to see their very own band, Jazz Vehicle, return to the Royal Albert Hall for the 2010 Music for Youth School Proms. After a variety of performances and a tough selection process the band was invited once again to perform in front of thousands of people on this world famous stage.