Hundreds of March students are home learning this morning after their school was closed due to staff shortages.
Students learned all about the wide variety of careers and opportunity available working in the science and technology industries festival.
Staff at a Wisbech school previously labelled 'inadequate' are delighted after inspectors said it is on its on track out of 'special measures'.
“Teaching the skills today the world needs tomorrow” was the key message at Wisbech Grammar School's senior speech day.
A hockey team is gearing up to take part in an event it has missed so much during the pandemic.
A secondary school is in a race against time to unearth a mysterious piece of history planted more than two decades ago.
A mum is looking for answers after being told her daughter will not be able to use school transportation due to a lack of compliant public buses.
A Year 7 student has won a county-wide competition to design and paint a Lincolnshire Imp statue.
Parents and carers are being reminded that they could face fines and prosecution if their children do not attend school regularly.
More than 200 staff members, students and governors came together virtually to celebrate outstanding achievements
Parents of pupils, being sent home to isolate after coming into contact with coronavirus, could be entitled to a £500 one-off support payment.
Wisbech and Fenland Museum will partially open this weekend for the Wisbech Schools' Summer Show exhibition
A Fenland school is now the proud owner of a bespoke library housing over 1,000 brand new books and it is all thanks to a flagship project.
Stainless Metalcraft has received planning permission a new training school at its Chatteris site, with work due to begin on construction imminently.
One Britain One Nation Day is due to be celebrated in schools and designed to instil pride.
There's no place for sexual harassment in our schools - that's the message from heads after former pupils shared experiences on a national website.
A Fenland school is hoping the public will help achieve its ambitious of developing a forest school for pupils to learn outdoor skills.
Students from the Neale-Wade Academy have highlighted the importance of road safety for young people through a creative and innovative video project.