We are currently looking for professionals, to join our Board of Trustees, who have an enthusiasm for education and want to make a real difference to the life chances of young people in Lincolnshire.
Work has begun on the construction of a new hall at Fishtoft Academy.
The project is scheduled to be completed by October and will provide new sports facilities for the academy while also enabling parents and carers of pupils at the school to access breakfast and after school clubs.
Fishtoft Academy, fondly known as the ‘small school with a big heart’, is located in the village’s Gaysfield Road and prides itself on being a friendly, family-orientated academy.
As any visitor will testify, the school possesses an exceptional atmosphere which encourages the important quality of ambition within all of its pupils.
The high staff to pupil ratio at Fishtoft Academy means that all children are known and valued as unique individuals. They are provided with high levels of support and challenge in order to ensure the best possible outcomes for them – an approach which is working very well for the academy, as evidenced by the fact that twice within the last five years the school has been in the top 3% of schools nationally for pupil progress measures at Key Stage 2.
Consultation on the proposed closure of the nursery class at Staniland Primary Academy and raising of the lower age range from three to four years
Staniland Primary Academy currently offers part-time free early education to three and four year olds (the early years free entitlement, EYFE). The class has 52 places and offers parents morning or afternoon sessions for a total of 15 hours a week, and is open only during school term-times. This consultation is about a proposal to close the school’s nursery class with effect from September 2021 and as a result to raise the school’s lower age range from three to four years. Please download the consultation letter below:
A new state-of-the-art community sports facility is to be constructed in the centre of Boston after full funding for the project was secured by one of the town’s secondary schools.
Haven High Academy (HHA) initiated the £900,000 project to base a 3G sports pitch, including associated facilities, at its Marian Road campus.
Following contributions from the Boston Town Deal’s accelerated funding, the Boston Witham Academies Federation (BWAF), the Football Foundation and the Medlock Trust, that dream is now to become a reality.
AN INNOVATIVE new scheme has been launched by Boston’s Haven High Academy to help young cyclists stay safe on the area’s roads.