Friday 13 December, is Christmas Jumper Day and students are invited to wear their Christmas jumpers for a donation of £1. Please note this is not a non-uniform day - students are to wear normal school uniform except for their Christmas jumpers.
Many thanks and Merry Christmas!
Metheringham Primary School
Princes Street, Metheringham, Lincoln LN4 3BX
Wednesday 15 January 2020 – 5.30pm
Heckington St Andrew’s Church of England Primary School
Howell Road, Heckington, Sleaford NG34 9RX
Monday 20 January 2020 – 5.30pm
Cranwell Primary School
Cranwell, Sleaford NG34 8HH
Tuesday 21 January 2020 – 5.30pm
We will also be holding an Information Evening for both boys and girls at:
Carre’s Grammar School (main school hall)
Northgate, Sleaford NG34 7BD
Wednesday 22 January 2020 – 5.30pm
Representatives from Carre’s Grammar School (for boys) and Kesteven and Sleaford High School (for girls) will be able to answer
all your questions about the 11+ tests and how to apply for a grammar school place, including:
What the tests entail
Format of the tests
How standardisation works
How the selection process works
What support parents can provide at home
Support materials available
What if there are problems on the test day
The Appeals process
All the events are open to parents of Year 5 children considering admission to the grammar schools in September 2021
To book a place at any of the above events please email: email@example.com
We look forward to meeting you
Carre’s Grammar School is part of the Robert Carre Trust and is a highly successful grammar school in the market town of Sleaford. We are boys only in Years 7 to 11 and co-educational in the Sixth Form as part of the highly successful Sleaford Joint Sixth Form. We are delighted that Ofsted have recognised us as a Good school in March 2017.
We are looking to appoint an Assistant Site Manager
(Temporary in the first instance to cover for long term sick leave)
Closing date for applications will be midday on Friday 13th December 2019.
Year 7 recently took part in the LRC spooky writing competition for Halloween. There were so many gruesome and terrifying entries that it was difficult to choose winners. We eventually narrowed it down four 4 budding Stephen Kings!
On the 11th November, the Learning Resource Centre was transformed in to a Newsroom in which a group of lucky year 10's received professional training in the art of Journalism and Media.
The latest edition (October 2019) of theÂ Whole School Newsletter is now available.