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Description : Middle school in Lincoln Minster School UK

Lincoln Minster School UK
from 10661.00
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Lincoln Minster School UK In 2019 - 23% of A Level students achieved A*- A
Lincoln Minster School UK
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Ranking: 81
Accommodation type: residence, boarding house
Language of studies English
Education type: co-educational school
from £ 10661.00 / term
Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
7-13
from 10 661 £ / term

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Middle classes

Here, students learn from 11 to 16 years (usually grades 7-11), gradually getting to the GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education) program, successfully completing it and getting excellent grades in the exams (the school annually becomes one of the best in the national rankings). The upbringing and development of students is facilitated by a rich, varied and interesting curriculum, as well as by various electives: creative sections and sports teams, academic clubs, regular communication with a personal mentor and curator, fascinating cognitive excursions.

Since the age of 14, career counseling and career development specialists have begun to work with the students: they help to identify obvious inclinations, talents and interests, choose the future path of development and study, overcome the psychological difficulties and problems typical for students.

The curriculum at this stage includes many subjects covering virtually all fields of knowledge and sciences:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Foreign languages ​​(French, Spanish)
  • Business and economics
  • Information technology (ICT)
  • History
  • Natural Sciences
  • Tourism and travel
  • Art
  • physical Culture and sport
  • PSHE (Personal, social, health and economic education)
  • Geography, travel and tourism
  • Science and Psychology
  • Career
  • Higher Mathematics
  • Technology of food production
  • Textile
  • Geography
  • The Art of Photography
  • Graphic arts
  • Drama and theater, acting
  • Religion and Sociology
  • Music.

The cost of education in the school depends on the chosen option of living (the price is indicated for 1 person for the term and academic year, respectively, 1 academic year = 3 terms):

  • without accommodation (full-time form) = 4,474 £ / 13,422 £
  • with accommodation at full board = 10,350 £ / 31,050 £.
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Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
3-6
from 10 661 £ / term

Kindergarten (Pre-Prep Nursery)

Education at the Lincoln Minster School for British children begins at the age of 2-4: the kids develop attentiveness, curiosity, imagination and creative thinking, communication skills, leadership skills, independence and self-confidence. A specially developed program EYFS (The Early Years Foundation Stage) builds lessons in the format of exciting, interesting and fun games: children get acquainted with the device of the surrounding world easily and with pleasure. There are musical lessons, an initial art course, sports events and active games.

Preparatory classes (Pre-Preparatory School)

Here, children aged 5-6 years combine the education in the basic course of EYFS and the first British stage of KS1: the latter helps them to prepare for primary schooling, makes the subjects studied a bit more complex and thorough, and the learning is more profound. Nevertheless, the learning process is still fascinating and interesting, with a lot of game elements. Professional teachers strive to disclose their unique abilities and talents in students, to find an occupation to their liking, to reveal the propensities and interests of each child.

After classes, team active games, computer literacy courses, you can read or play with classmates, learn handicrafts or just relax in the fresh air.

Elementary school (Preparatory School)

It is intended for young pupils of 7-11 years: it is much more thorough education, preparation for real difficulties of middle and senior classes, full-fledged school life. Teachers become more demanding, but no less attentive to each student, helping to identify his inclinations, interests and preferences. For the development of students, a large number of clubs and sections on interests (sports, academic, creative) are provided, interesting research projects and team work are carried out, classes for a group of students are given. This helps develop both leadership skills and teamwork, and take a different point of view.

The curriculum of young students includes the following areas:

  • English
  • art
  • theater and drama, acting
  • computer technologies and literacy
  • music
  • design and technology
  • geography
  • sports and physical culture
  • history
  • modern foreign languages ​​(French, Spanish).

The cost of education in the school depends on the chosen option of living (the price is indicated for 1 person for the term and academic year, respectively, 1 academic year = 3 terms):

  • without accommodation (full-time form) = 4,474 £ / 13,422 £
  • with accommodation at full board = 10,350 £ / 31,050 £.
Annual
7-13
from 10 661 £ / term

Middle classes

Here, students learn from 11 to 16 years (usually grades 7-11), gradually getting to the GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education) program, successfully completing it and getting excellent grades in the exams (the school annually becomes one of the best in the national rankings). The upbringing and development of students is facilitated by a rich, varied and interesting curriculum, as well as by various electives: creative sections and sports teams, academic clubs, regular communication with a personal mentor and curator, fascinating cognitive excursions.

Since the age of 14, career counseling and career development specialists have begun to work with the students: they help to identify obvious inclinations, talents and interests, choose the future path of development and study, overcome the psychological difficulties and problems typical for students.

The curriculum at this stage includes many subjects covering virtually all fields of knowledge and sciences:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Foreign languages ​​(French, Spanish)
  • Business and economics
  • Information technology (ICT)
  • History
  • Natural Sciences
  • Tourism and travel
  • Art
  • physical Culture and sport
  • PSHE (Personal, social, health and economic education)
  • Geography, travel and tourism
  • Science and Psychology
  • Career
  • Higher Mathematics
  • Technology of food production
  • Textile
  • Geography
  • The Art of Photography
  • Graphic arts
  • Drama and theater, acting
  • Religion and Sociology
  • Music.

The cost of education in the school depends on the chosen option of living (the price is indicated for 1 person for the term and academic year, respectively, 1 academic year = 3 terms):

  • without accommodation (full-time form) = 4,474 £ / 13,422 £
  • with accommodation at full board = 10,350 £ / 31,050 £.
Annual
14-16
from 10 661 £ / term

GCSE

A two-year British program - GCSE - for students aged 14-16, completing a course of incomplete secondary education (grades 10-11).

Students study a wide and varied list of disciplines - both compulsory and optional - for which exams are passed: on average, each student gives 8-12 directions.

1) Compulsory, general subjects:

  • English
  • Modern foreign language (minimum 1)
  • English literature
  • Mathematics
  • Natural Sciences
  • Physical education and sport (not tested)
  • PSE (not exam)
  • Faith and ethics (not examining)
  • Vocational guidance (not tested).

2) Subjects of choice (electives):

  • Art
  • Housekeeping, food production (food technology)
  • Business
  • Theatrical art
  • Spanish
  • Geography
  • Physical education and sport
  • Music
  • Information technology (ICT)
  • Computer science
  • The fundamentals of religion (theology)
  • Graphic arts
  • History.

The cost of education in the school depends on the chosen option of living (the price is indicated for 1 person for the term and academic year, respectively, 1 academic year = 3 terms):

  • without accommodation (full-time form) = 4,474 £ / 13,422 £
  • with accommodation at full board = 10,350 £ / 31,050 £.
Annual
16-18
from 10 661 £ / term

A-level

The A-level program of graduation (12-13) classes, designed for 2 academic years and for students 16-18 years. It helps them complete their secondary education and effectively, qualitatively prepare for admission to the chosen university. The program is academically complex and intensive, but highly appreciated: it gives the graduate the right not to pass additional entrance examinations and exams even when enrolling in the most prestigious, ranking and elite universities in Britain and the world.

Students are offered to study a wide variety of subjects and areas of knowledge:

  • English
  • Information and Computer Technologies (ICT)
  • Spanish
  • Critical thinking
  • Mathematics
  • Biology
  • Sport and physical education
  • Higher Mathematics
  • Travel and tourism
  • Graphic arts
  • French
  • Food technology
  • Theatrical art, drama and acting skills
  • Business
  • Music
  • Sociology
  • The photo
  • Art
  • Chemistry
  • Geography
  • The fundamentals of religion (theology)
  • Psychology
  • Physics
  • History
  • Economy.

Subjects for the curriculum students choose independently (but he can always ask advice from the curator or teacher) - these are usually those areas that are planned to be studied already at the university level. Disciplines in the curriculum a little - only 3-5 areas - but they are studied very deeply and thoroughly. Much attention is paid to independent work, research and personal projects. Students participate in various competitions and contests, olympiads and scientific conferences, speak at symposiums and discussions, conduct scientific experiments and tests. All this helps to develop and refine the knowledge and academic skills, without which it is inconceivable full-fledged education in universities.

Students of the Sixth Form can also qualify for an extended project - EPQ (The Extended Project Qualification). This involves writing a personal research project on a free topic. For the convenience of obtaining information and working on the study, high school students are given free access to the huge library of Lincoln University: for many students this is the beginning of a long and fruitful cooperation with this university, the reason for choosing it as an institution of higher education.

The cost of training in the school depends on the chosen option of living (the price is indicated for 1 person for the term and academic year, respectively, 1 academic year = 3 terms):

  • without accommodation (full-time form) = 4,474 £ / 13,422 £
  • with accommodation at full board = 10,350 £ / 31,050 £.
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