Providing a truly inspirational education for life.

We nurture talents from a young age and prepare our pupils for the careers of tomorrow.

Every child at our school – from Nursery all the way through to Sixth Form – receives a high-quality learning experience within a broad and balanced curriculum. Pupils studying with us are engaged in learning by being exposed to a wide variety of methods of teaching styles and the effective and imaginative utilisation of resources.

The world is changing more rapidly than ever before and in almost every respect. We recognise that we are preparing young men and women for jobs that don’t yet exist.

We summarise our approach as ‘An Education for Life’. We aim to equip every pupil with the tools that will help them prepare for a happy and successful future.

Our objective is to bring out ‘the Best in Everyone’, enabling each pupil to progress and achieve.

We promote:

Academic Excellence

We set great store by the quality of our teaching, which means we seek the highest possible calibre of teaching staff, and then support them in every way we can – to the benefit of all pupils, whatever their academic aptitude.

Strong Pastoral Care

Today’s young people inhabit a world that presents more options and fewer moral guidelines than were available to previous generations, so we do everything we can to provide help and guidance wherever it is needed.

Healthy Competition

We invest in a wide variety of games and sports and encourage all our pupils to participate in them – as an end in itself, and as a preparation for the wider competitive world.

Encouragement of the Arts

We provide all our pupils with access to a wide variety of the performing arts and every possible encouragement to express themselves – preferably in front of an audience.

A Sense of Community

In keeping with our general emphasis on spiritual values, we strive to ensure that the whole school fully engages staff, pupils, parents and local supporters as a happy extended community.

Our School

Latest School News

Charity efforts by Year 9 pupil

Charity Efforts by Year 9 Pupil Recognised

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Emily R in Year 9 has been praised for her charity efforts in supporting local action group Compassionate Lincoln.


Year 7 music concert

Year 7 Music Concert

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Last Friday, all of Year 7 participated in the Year 7 music concert. More

Egyptian cooking challenge

Egyptian Cooking Challenge for Year 3

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Year Three children work together to create a exotic dish as part of an Egyptian cooking challenge. More

Scarecrow competition

Scarecrow Competition sees Cinderella go to Doddington Hall

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Pupils get involved as Doddington Hall run their annual Scarecrow Competition for the third year running; this years theme is Grimms Fairytales, the scarecrows are to be made using recycled items.


County squash weekend report - Rishabh

County Squash Weekend Report

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Well done to pupils who represented the county at recent county squash matches, here’s the results.


Pumpkins at Pre-Prep

Pumpkins at Pre-Prep

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Children in after school club this week have enjoyed exploring pumpkins at Pre-Prep with as little adult input as possible.