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This is the Minster school and therefore the cathedral link is not insignificant, and is regarded by parents (and staff) as a ‘very special feature of the school’. Boy and girl choristers have a busy schedule and a weekly assembly is held in the Chapter House (to which parents are invited) and prize-giving is an inspirational annual event taking place in the cathedral itself

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The school, which occupies 2 sites in the shadow of Lincoln's magnificent Cathedral, aims to offer a happy and purposeful atmosphere in which boys and girls can develop their potential. The routine is busy and children are taught music and French by specialist teachers from nursery, with specialist teachers for all subjects from Year 3 upwards. The school has a strong tradition of music and the Cathedral choristers are educated at the school. There are junior boarding houses for boys and girs. The school embraces modern technology with interactive whiteboards in all classrooms. ...Read more

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Since 2012, Mrs Fiona Thomas BEd NPQH, early 50s, with a warm Welsh lilt and a clearly discernible understanding of children and all things educational. Now in her third headship, most recently she was head of King’s College Junior School, Alicante. Married with two daughters, she lives close by in school accommodation and oversees both the pre-prep and prep departments, which are about quarter of a mile apart. You are guaranteed a cordial welcome here from Mrs Thomas and her enthusiastic team.


Mostly either into nursery or reception classes, though large intakes recently at year 3. Space allowing, pupils accepted at any age/stage; informally assessed though not especially selective. Formal assessment day for senior school places at 11.

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