To get a real sense of the School you really need to meet the teachers and the pupils. You are most welcome to visit. For an appointment please contact our Registrar, Mandy Stuffins:
Tel: 01522 551300 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Lincoln Minster School is an independent co-educational HMC day and boarding school for pupils aged 3 – 18 years. We aim to provide an inspirational all-round education which combines academic achievement with a wealth of co-curricular opportunities.
Our A-level results place us among the top independent co-educational day and boarding schools, with 88% of our pupils progressing to their first choice university.
Our outstanding SATs results resulted in our Prep School being named in the Sunday Times Top 100 independent schools in the country.
We do not believe that raw results alone show the true measure of a school. We are committed to the individual needs and enthusiasms of each child. It is far more important that each individual achieves his or her very best.
A truly excellent education is about much more than academic achievement alone: it is also about developing a passion for learning, capacity for independent thinking, moral values, self-confidence without arrogance, and a broad range of interests that extend beyond the confines of the classroom.
In short, it is developing the whole person, to ensure that each pupil leaves here ready for the challenges that lie ahead at university and beyond. It is an education for life.
Outdoor Learning has forged ahead this year at Pre Prep under the direction of Miss Skelton. You may have already read much about the benefits it can bring, but in an urban school like ours how can it work when green space is limited? More
We are delighted to introduce lots of new features to our alumni association including alumni profiles, exclusive discounts and event invitations.
On Saturday 23rd April, a small select group of our Chamber Choir performed in a concert of Combined Army Cadet Force Bands in our school recital hall.
Mrs Longstaffe reports on her invitation to speak on an expert panel at a Careers conference in London: More