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Welcome to Your New Home
Lincoln is a great place to raise children, as shown by the recent ranking as the best UK city to raise a family out of a list of 200 popular locations. It's a city filled to the brim with history and community-spirit.
If your family is relocating to our wonderful city, we welcome you to come and visit the school or simply get in touch. Our flexible and supportive admissions process can make you and your child's transition to a new home as smooth as possible.
We've supported many families as they've relocated to Lincoln or wider Lincolnshire. Our flexible admissions process means we can facilitate the trickiest of requirements that can arise in these circumstances.
Lincoln (originally named Lindum) dates as far back as 300 BC, was home to Romans, Vikings, Saxons and Normans, and contains a castle originally built by William the Conqueror, making it one of the UK’s great historic cities.
Lincolnshire is the home-county of some of the world’s brightest minds, including Sir Isaac Newton, Alfred Lord Tennyson and George Boole.
Dating back to 1071, Lincoln Cathedral was once the tallest building in the world, and is still one of the finest pieces of gothic architecture remaining in the world.
Lincolnshire is not only surrounded by a number of Russell Group universities, but Lincoln itself is home to two highly ranked higher educational establishments: University of Lincoln and Bishop Grosseteste University.
Lincoln is a great place to raise children, as shown by the recent ranking as the best UK city to raise a family out of a list of 200 popular locations.
Although easier said than done, choosing the right school for your family ahead of moving will, of-course, be one of your top priorities. The earlier you can find a school, the more time you have to prepare yourself and your child for the transition. SchoolGuide.co.uk is just one of many websites that can help you to find the best schools in the area. We always recommend making a visit to the school, whether via an Individual Tour or even a Taster Day.
Deep dive into some detailed research to make sure you're prepared and familiar with the area. Consider routes to school and work, Wi-Fi and home-phone options, available community groups and anything else that will make the first few weeks in your new home much smoother.
Joining any school community is sure to help you and your family settle into the new environment. These welcoming communities can provide support and guidance as well as being a great way to make new friends. Here at Lincoln Minster School, we have a warm and welcoming school community, who often work together to deliver fundraising activities for new school initiatives. You can find out more about our parent community, here.
To help your children warm up to the new environment, we recommend finding some exciting new places to visit in Lincoln and around Lincolnshire. This could be making a trip to Lincoln Castle, visiting one of the arcade or soft play venues, making use of the County's excellent golfing facilities or taking a boat ride on the Brayford Pool. VisitLincoln has a long list of venues, events and activities.
If you're ever unsure, need help, or just have lots of questions, simply reach out to the wonderful Lincolnshire community as they'll be happy to help. If you need to discuss options for your child's education, you can reach us on 01522 551300 or at email@example.com.
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