We are very proud of our school and welcome visitors to come and see our facilities.
Open Days are an ideal way to gain a sense of the opportunities on offer, our pastoral care and our rich curriculum.
“We are lucky to have such a great number of opportunities here, I particularly enjoy music and drama. It’s a really nice environment with lots of space to enjoy and learn.”
Year 8 pupil
To get a real sense of the School you really need to meet the teachers and the pupils.
We hold Open Days throughout the year, both on weekdays and Saturdays. Ideal for a first visit, they are designed to give you a broad overview of the school and an opportunity to ask any questions you may have.
You will be able to enjoy a tour of the school and drop into lessons of your choice as well as meet our dedicated teaching staff; best displaying the nurturing, happy environment in which our students learn.
We also welcome private visits which include an individual tour and meeting with the Headmaster, should you not be able to attend one of our Open Days.
Additionally, we host a number of Taster Events for prospective pupils and individual Taster Days can also be arranged, allowing your child to experience first hand what life at Lincoln Minster School is like.
Upcoming Open Days:
Whole School Open Afternoon
Friday 30th June 2017
To book a place at one of our Open Days, please fill in the form below.
For more information or to arrange a bespoke Taster Day please contact our Registrar, Mandy Stuffins on 01522 551300 or by email.
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