The EBP provides a variety of opportunities for primary and secondary aged pupils. The aim of our work is to broaden horizons, build confidence, inspire minds and develop the skills they will need now and for future success.

Many of our projects help to support students in raising their aspirations and levels of achievement. Much of our work has an enterprise theme to allow students to gain work-related skills and develop their understanding of the world of work.

Please contact Clare Bryan on 01522 574174 to discuss your needs.

Construction Week
3-5 October 2017
Lincolnshire Showground

Held at the Lincolnshire Showground, this interactive event is organised by the Lincoln Group Training Association (LGTA) and supported by The EBP, Lincoln College and CITB (the Construction Industry Training Board). It gives students the opportunity to find out more about the construction industry through hands-on workshops with local construction company personnel, staff from Lincoln College and volunteers from the construction and STEM industries.

For more information, please contact Sophie Parkinson on 01522 574163 or

A Brief History of Everyone Who Ever Lived: Sir Isaac Newton Lecture
10 October 2017
RAF Cranwell 

The Sir Isaac Newton Lecture returns to RAF Cranwell with science writer and broadcaster, Dr Adam Rutherford, as this year’s speaker.

Aimed at Key Stage 4 and 5 students, the annual lecture is designed to provide an insight into science, technology, engineering and maths, to inspire and broaden awareness of the many varied and exciting careers available within these fields.

Adam has a PhD in genetics, a degree in evolutionary biology, is an honorary research fellow at UCL, and is a former editor at the journal, Nature. The Sir Isaac Newton Lecture is hosted jointly by the Institution of Engineering and Technology, the Royal Aeronautical Society and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.

For more information, please contact Paula Bailey on 01522 574172 or

Lincolnshire Show Schools’ Challenge

The EBP has coordinated the Lincolnshire Show Schools’ Challenge for the past 10 years with young people across the county getting the chance to showcase their abilities and compete to become champions in their school category.

The Schools' Challenge is available to primary, secondary and special schools and allows teams of students to work on a food, farming, or sustainable focused challenge before attending the Lincolnshire Show to present their challenge findings to a panel of experts while competing for the title of Schools’ Challenge champions.

The 2017 Lincolnshire Show took place on 21 and 22 June and 36 Lincolnshire schools took part in the Schools' Challenge. Read more about the 2017 event

K’NEX Challenge

The K'NEX annual challenge is run in primary schools throughout Lincolnshire and Rutland with the help of our STEM Ambassadors. The overall aim of the challenge is to introduce students to the exciting world of engineering and technology through practical challenges that teach skills essential for progression within STEM subjects.

For more information, please contact Clare Bryan on 01522 574174 or

Partners in Reading 

A good level of literacy is key for the future academic and professional success of a young person. Partners in Reading aims to support pupils’ literacy skills whilst at the same time bringing them into contact with volunteers from the world of work. 

Volunteers provide free reading support to a pupil or small group of pupils from reception to year 6 (aged 4 to 11 years old) and will be involved in reading activities for one hour per week for 12 weeks at a local primary school.

For more information, please contact Clare Bryan on 01522 574174 or

Partners in Reading is financially supported by Lincolnshire Co-operative Ltd. 

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