- //Score Newsletter Nov 15
- //Lincs Parent Carer Forum
- //ESCO drop in clinic
- //Supporting young people
- //Macmillan poster
- //Tesco design a bag competition!
- //Horncastle Tesco Design a bag competition
- //Norfolk Trip 2015
- //Get up & Dance
- //Lincolnshire Show
- //Young Journalist Academy Magazine
- //Carers connect
- //SO Festival 2015
- //Caravan for families affected by disability
- //IS for 4All
- //Children’s Hospital Creates Sleep App
- //Anglian Water LITE
- //Caring for Carers
- //Young Journalist Academy
- //Rural Activities Area Open Day
- //Boredom Busters
- //Positive Pilgrims sport sessions
- //Academy conversion consultation
- //Ofsted report
- //New ESCO leaflet
- //Considering a career in teaching?
- //Ofsted Inspection St Lawrence School
- //Rural Activities Area donation
- //Ice Bucket Challenge
- //Carers Connect Courses for Parents
- //St Lawrence School live from the Lincolnshire Show
- //Colin Trestrail long service award
- //Parent Partnership drop-in session
- //Too Cool for School Radio Show
- //SEND flyer 30 April 2014
- //Letters home
- //The Lion King autism shows
- //SEND events
- //New Website Now Live!
Welcome to LWF
Lincolnshire Wolds Federation comprises of two East Lindsey schools, St Lawrence, Horncastle and St Bernard’s, Louth. Following a year of working in partnership the Federation was formed in July 2012 and caters for students between the ages of 2 and 19 with moderate to severe / profound learning difficulties and complex needs.
Our students’ needs are extremely wide ranging; a large majority are on the autistic spectrum, with others having Emotional and Behavioural needs, ADHD, PDA and varying degrees of developmental delay, and some with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties.
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An ESCO Drop-in appointment provides the opportunity for you, as a parent or carer of a child with a disability, to meet with a skilled professional for a friendly and confidential consultation. ESCO is available to support, advice, signpost and encourage, while recognising parents' and carers' skills and expertise.