Sport and Physical Education are an important part of school life.
A wide range of activities are available to boys and girls both for talented individuals who have particular interests, and also for those whose motivation is more recreational and social.
We firmly believe that sport is for everyone and aim to ensure that children of all abilities and aptitudes have a positive experience and learn to appreciate the enjoyment and benefits to be gained from physical activity.
Sport plays a key role in developing life skills.
Teamwork, communication, testing ourselves to the limit, maintaining concentration and stamina are all important. It is also essential in keeping young bodies fit and healthy as they grow.
The skills developed at an early age can provide each individual with the ability to stay fit and healthy throughout life.
We offer a full range of sports fixtures, which parents are warmly invited to attend and support.
Pupils can take part in athletics, badminton, cross country running, dance, gymnastics, swimming, table tennis, tennis, volleyball, cheerleading, squash, rugby, football, hockey, ballet, judo, yoga, rounders and cricket.
Horse-riding is a popular after-school activity and outdoor pursuit activities such as rowing, climbing, walking, cycling and sailing are available as clubs or through the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme.
Access to a wide range of excellent facilities.
Our Sports Hall at the Senior site provides excellence indoor facilities complete with indoor cricket nets, we have our own mini AstroTurf at our Pre-Preparatory site as well as outdoor netball courts at all sites.
Additionally, we make use of high quality facilities in close proximity to the school, including the all-weather hockey pitch at the Lindum Sports Ground where have exclusive daytime use during term-time and on Saturday mornings. We also have use of eight all-weather tennis courts at the Eastgate Tennis Club and make ever-increasing use of sailing facilities on the outskirts of Lincoln.
Jack Harvey – Class of 2012
Racing driver in the Verizon Indycar Series
“Without a shadow of doubt my time at Lincoln Minster School helped me get to where I am today.
The support I received from the school was more than I could have hoped to get which did allow me to focus on racing. There was of course an expectation that I worked hard while I was there.”
Emma Sanders – Class of 2012
Sports Journalist for BBC Sport, the Liverpool Echo and more.
“At Minster, I was always challenged to set and achieve ambitious targets and that has given me the drive to succeed in a career I’m very passionate about.
I am currently working for a number of organisations such as BBC Sport and the Liverpool Echo newspaper; I hope to become a leading digital sports journalist for BBC Sport – specialising in football and tennis.”
Encouraging talent with Sports Scholarships.
Scholarships are assessed and awarded with a view to encouraging pupils.
Applications are invited from pupils currently in Year 6, Year 8 and Year 11 (for entry into the next academic year) who have played sport at either District or County level, or can evidence exceptional performance at either Preparatory or Primary School.