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Lancashire's Education Strategy sets out objectives for young learners in the county

Lancashire County Council has published a new Education Strategy for 2022-2025.

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People of Lancashire urged to look at the benefits of becoming a foster carer

The benefits of becoming a foster carer and the support available to help change children's lives are being highlighted by Lancashire County Council as part of a national campaign.

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Special appeal launched to find loving and permanent home for brother and sister

Adoption Lancashire and Blackpool is appealing to the public to find a loving and permanent home for a brother and sister with a rare genetic condition.

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Cabinet set to agree expansion of Lancaster school to boost SEN provision

Plans to expand Morecambe Road School in Lancaster, part of a wider strategy to improve SEN provision across Lancashire, are set to take a key step next week.

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Vast majority of primary pupils get the school place they want

The vast majority of primary pupils in Lancashire will be going to their first preference school this September.

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Easter fun at the Judges' Lodgings in Lancaster as annual egg hunt trail begins

Lancaster's oldest town house will host a special Easter egg hunt trail this week.

Methodist Primary School collect their trophy  (Back row, from left, teacher Ben Saville, David Brookhouse and John Merradith from Lancashire County Council)

Lancashire Schools' Storytelling Festival crowns its first champions

A class of creative young storytellers have been crowned champions at the first Lancashire Schools' Storytelling Festival.

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Schools repair programme to be agreed

The next stage of repair and maintenance work to improve the condition of school buildings across Lancashire is set to be agreed.

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New funding to improve information sharing for families

The Department for Education (DfE) has awarded Lancashire County Council a grant to improve digital capabilities that directly affect children, young people and families in Lancashire.

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Mainstream expansion of Ribble Valley school set to be approved by cabinet

Lancashire County Council's cabinet is expected to agree plans to permanently expand St Augustine's Roman Catholic High School in Billington to meet a growing demand for places.

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Lancashire County Council worker and friends climb Snowdon in their heels to raise money for citizens of Ukraine

A group of friends who braved the pain of climbing Snowdon in their heels have raised thousands of pounds to support humanitarian efforts in Ukraine.

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LGBT+ Adoption and Fostering Week is launched

Foster carers and adopters from Lancashire's LGBT+ community are backing a national campaign encouraging more people to consider fostering and adoption, which has launched this week.