To download our latest Newsletter, click here - SPRING 2018

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Lincoln Diocesan Board of Education

103 Newport, Lincoln, LN1 3EE


The Lincoln Diocesan Board of Education is seeking an outstanding individual to join our dedicated and talented team which inspires and nurtures our family of 141 Church Schools. This is an exciting and challenging role, in the context of an organisation which places Christian values at the heart of our Church School family.

The successful candidate will have a proven record of leading projects with fellow professionals and be committed to the development of church school education. They will have excellent interpersonal and pastoral skills, be able to embrace new opportunities and have the ability to work collaboratively, building strong, effective partnerships with a variety of stake holders in education. The post requires an enthusiasm for developing and sharing excellent practice with colleagues so that the education in the Diocese of Lincoln continues to thrive.

We are looking to appoint a suitably qualified candidate on a permanent full time (37.5 hours per week) contract. Candidates wishing to work 4 days per week (0.8 part time) instead of full time should state this in their application for consideration. You must be a person of faith (genuine occupational qualification as specified within the Equalities Act 2010).

If you are interested in this opportunity to contribute to the development of Church School education in a dynamic and forward thinking Diocese, please download an application pack:

Dioc Educ Devel Officer App Pack Mar 2018


Closing date for applications:       12 noon on Monday 19th March 2018

Interview date:                                     Wednesday 28th March 2018

Spring Newsletter!

Please find our latest newsletter here.

Food Bank Collection

The team at 103 Newport have been collecting for a local food bank again - our chosen food bank especially asked for toiletries.  If you're stopping by and would like to gift something, just let Ellen know!  We've always got a collection on the go.



Upcoming Spring Term Courses

Please download the following PDF of our upcoming courses - Courses Spring Term 2018

Please fill out and return the form to if you would like to attend.

DBE/LAAT Open Evening

On 3rd October 2017, we are having an open evening at 103 Newport, LN1 3EE.

The open evening will enable us to:

  • Provide you with an opportunity to meet the DBE/LAAT staff in their offices
  • Discuss the services and support on offer from our departments including Education, Finance, Human Resources, Administration and Events
  • Share any issues or plans you have with the appropriate staff.
  • Find out more about the Lincoln Anglican Academy Trust
  • Share useful literature including guidance booklets, new training programmes, Vision booklets, SIAMs documents, LAAT Offer brochures and other documentation
  • Facilitate conversations with colleagues from other schools

Coffee / tea and biscuits will be available throughout the evening.

If you would like to join us for this open evening, please let Ellen know, at or call Ellen on 01522 504010.

We want this event to be of maximum use to you and so will be limiting places to ensure that you have enough time with the appropriate officers.  We are hoping that these events will become regular.

Autumn Term Newsletter!

You can now download our Autumn term newsletter - AUTUMN TERM 2017

If you have any news you would like us to share, please let Ellen know at

(September 2017)

Autumn Term Courses

We are very pleased to present our exciting programme of courses and events for the Autumn term!

We have organised a range of inspirational speakers and workshop leaders to share their wealth of experience, and provide practical strategies for you to further develop educational provision in your schools.

A list of our Autumn courses can be found here, and you can download our flyers for upcoming courses here!

We look forward to seeing you –

The Education Team

(July 2017)

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