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Safe Parking

Please see the message below that was sent out on the 22nd october 2020


Dear Parents and Carers,

We have had many of you contacting us regarding parking issues outside the school this week.  We are aware that it is very difficult to find a space when dropping children off at school and do sympathise with this problem if it is essential that you bring your car to the school.  However, the safety of our children is paramount.  None of us want to have to face the devastating news that there has been an accident, particularly when this could have been avoided if we had taken care when using the roads around the school. 

We ask that you do not park on the yellow zig-zags outside the school.  These are to keep the area designated as a safe space.  There is the argument that these are not deemed as enforceable, but they are there to keep your children safe and is the reason that we spent time contacting highways to have these safety measures put in place.  If parents have any exemptions such as  a blue badge, we do have a designated space in the school car park for dropping off and picking up. Please do use this space, but we ask that parents do not use the staff car park unless they have this reason as it is a very busy pedestrian area at the beginning and end of the day.

If you do see cars being parked inappropriately then, in line with guidance from our local PCSOs, please do take photographs of the offending vehicles and pass these on to the police as they will deal with it from there as a police matter.

Mr Eden has been in recent contact with the PCSOs who are arranging visits to the streets around school at drop off and collection times in order to heighten the policing around this issue.

Thank you for your support.  I know that we can work together to keep Ancaster safe for all of our children.

Have a lovely half term break.

Thank you and best wishes,

Debra Moore

School Business Leader


Applications for place at Secondary School to start September 2020

We have been asked by the School Admissions Team at Lincolnshire County Council to remind Parents and Carers that the closing date for applications for a Secondary School place to start in September 2021 is the 31st October 2020.

Applications can be made at, or by telephone by contacting the Education Team on 01522 782030.


Robert Carre Trust Open Morning

The Robert Carre Trust have decided that, at the present time, to keep students and staff safe they will not be allowing any visits to their schools. This means that Carre’s Grammar School and Kesteven and Sleaford High School will not be having Open Mornings on Wednesday this week. Please visit the websites of the respective schools for information and contact using the details below if you have any questions.

For the boys:
Carre’s Grammar School:
Contact: Julie Body:

For the girls:
Kesteven and Sleaford High School:
Contact: Helen Gill:

It is expected that 11+ results will be posted directly to families on Wednesday 21st October.


PTFA Annual General Meeting 8.10.2020

The PTFA will be holding our Annual General Meeting and first committee meeting of the year next week. The meeting will take place online on Thursday 8th October from 8pm.

 Everyone is welcome to attend the meeting and all support is appreciated as we begin to discuss new ways of fundraising in line with the current restrictions.

 If you would like to attend the meeting, please email and we can then send you the link will so that you can join us on the night

School Newsletters

In light of the current situation we find that the number of external activities taking place across the school have been greatly reduced which in turn means that we have less information to include in the usual fortnightly newsletters.
Therefore, for the time being the school newsletter will be issued on a monthly basis.

Please be assured that if there is anything that needs to be shared with you, we will do so through the usual channels of communication.


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