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Rose Simpson - Cook at Morecambe Bay Community Primary School and School Chef of the Year 2022 finalist

Morecambe school chef up for national award

A school cook from Lancashire has got through to the national final of the School Chef of the Year competition.

Morecambe Road School

Morecambe Road School expansion set to go ahead following public consultation

Plans to expand Morecambe Road School in Lancaster to are set to be agreed by cabinet next week, following the completion of a formal consultation.

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Lancashire's holiday activities and food programme shaping up to be the biggest and best yet

Partners across Lancashire are working closely to ensure as many children as possible can access the holiday activities and food (HAF) programme this summer.


New adult numeracy programme equals more opportunities in Lancashire

Plans to deliver a new £5.9m skills programme aimed at boosting adult numeracy in Lancashire are moving forward, with the county council's cabinet set to agree the next steps.

Aerial shot of St Augustine's Roman Catholic High School

SEN provision boost in Lancashire as cabinet consider latest proposals

Councillors are set to agree a number of actions aimed at improving support for children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) in Lancashire, part of a wider strategy to bolster provision across the county.

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Platinum Jubilee countdown continues

The countdown to the Queen's Platinum Jubilee is now on and people are gearing up to mark the special weekend.

Staff from Lancashire County Council's Schools & Residential Care Catering (SRCC) service carrying out a quality audit at a supplier

Local approach the order of the day for school lunches in Lancashire

More than half of the £11.5 million Lancashire County Council spends each year to provide nutritious meals for schools and care homes is used to procure food from Lancashire, new figures have revealed.

Winners of The Fantastic Book Awards and the Brilliant Book Award

Primary school children choose their favourite books for Lancashire School Library Service Book Awards 2022

A child cursed with bad luck, a 511-year-old with a dark secret and a group of friends who develop freaky powers are among the stories most loved by young readers in Lancashire.

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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.

Morecambe Road School

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.

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.