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There is a real pride about the place with plenty of quality work on display and a general sense of order and rigour all wrapped up with warmth and bonhomie. Wide corridors with carpets and plenty of natural light create...

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Lincoln Minster School prides itself on fulfilling its key aim: to bring our the best in everyone. This is a non selective school, achieving results many more selective schools would be proud of. Staff are genuinely committed to working with pupils to encourage and inspire and the ensuing achievements are as varied as they are impressive: musicians perfom to near professional standard; there are many talented sportsmen and women; academic results are very good and have climbed steadily in the last few years, due in no small measure to a sharp focus on quality of teaching and learning. The school makes extensive use of technology in the classroom.

Drama productions are also high calibre and the art courses are very popular. The school has close links with the nearby university. The opportunities for personal development are outstanding. Whether a child has a natural flair for sport, music, art, or enjoys academic study across the curriculum, or equally well if the child needs encouragement and has yet to develop the confidence to take a part and have a try, they will benefit from an education at Lincoln Minster School.
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  • Best performance by Girls taking Art & Design (Graphics) at an English Independent School (GCE A level)

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There is a real pride about the place with plenty of quality work on display and a general sense of order and rigour all wrapped up with warmth and bonhomie. Wide corridors with carpets and plenty of natural light create an almost corporate feel – more business-like and less school-like than the norm. Cookery is an adventurous experience, teacher is ex-military so only for the brave...


Since September 2015, Mark Wallace, previously principal deputy head at Kingston Grammar. Studied maths with computer science at Queen's Belfast; began his teaching career at Cambridge House Boys' Grammar before joining Caterham School, where he spent 14 years. Has played hockey at national level; coaches this and cricket as well as playing golf, enjoying TT racing and gardening. Three children.

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