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Healthy Start Vouchers

If you are pregnant or have a child under four years old, you could get Healthy Start vouchers to help buy some basic foods

What are Healthy Start vouchers?

Pregnant women and children over one and under four years old can get one £3.10 voucher per week. Children under one year old can get two £3.10 vouchers (£6.20) per week. The vouchers can be spent on:

  • plain cow’s milk – whole, semi-skimmed or skimmed
  • plain fresh or frozen fruit and veg (fruit and vegetables with no added ingredients), whole or chopped, packaged or loose
  • infant formula milk that says it can be used from birth and is based on cow’s milk.

You can use your Healthy Start vouchers at any shop that is registered on the scheme


To check for eligibility visit:


Applying for a Secondary School Place - September 2022



May we remind parents and carers the importance of applying for a secondary school place, if you want your child to start Y7 in September 2022. Pupils with an EHCP do not need to apply through this process.


You can apply online at, or make a phone application by contacting the Education Team on 01522 782030.   If applicants live outside of Lincolnshire then they need to apply to their home Local Authority even if they want a school in Lincolnshire.


Many people will have been waiting for the 11+ results before applying, and hopefully you will have received these now. The main closing date for applications is 31 October. There is no advantage in applying early.


If you feel that you need support with the application process due to a variety of reasons such as literacy issues or a language barrier please feel free to contact the Education Team on 01522 782030 or email


Useful educational links: 

General - A great site to take advantage of at this time. - A treasure trove of activities that cover a range of subjects - Interactive activities covering a whole range of subjects and year groups - A new picture is shared each day to provoke discussion, debate or writing ideas - A huge range of different subjects and focuses linked to our curriculum. They have offered a free account in the result of school closures - Lots of specific links to different sites that offer free resources or learning platforms - A range of different resources and information broken down into key stages and year groups - Free online resource packs


English - Spelling activities with specialist resources for each year group - Free online digital download of a specialist children's newspaper - A vast online store of animated comic strips tracking legends and myths from across the world - An excellent downloadable reading app. (This in one example - there is a cost to some materials) - Free online books - brilliant if you can't get to a library.


Maths - Online resources and print offs with specifically broken down key stage focuses - Times table and number bond practise - Our children have a log in to this


Science - Lots of science subject areas covered with resources specifically designed for primary age children. (Other subjects are also available on the site) - Lots of different and fun science activities you can do in the house or garden (see the STEM list we are sending home too) 


Foundation  Subjects - Online videos that help keep children active inside and also teach mindfulness and meditation  - Online programme for teaching and developing touch typing - Jow Wicks has recorded various 5 minute fitness activities aimed at primary school children - Some videos are free - dances, workouts, fitness challenges



Illustrator Steven Lenton is currently running a 'Draw Along A Lenton' on his YouTube channel. 

Author/Illustrators Oliver Jeffers and Chris Haughton are both reading a book a day which I believe will be on their websites. 



Links to our feeder schools websites