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The isbi Schools Directory Guide To The Top Private Schools & Colleges In Lincolnshire

For anyone planning a move to or within Lincolnshire in the East Midlands we have collated information below about different places to live, schools, estate agents and other information we think useful for relocating within fantastic Lincolnshire.

Offering some of the best living anywhere in Great Britain, Lincolnshire's famous British cities and towns include Lincoln, Boston, Horncastle and Skegness.

Lincolnshire has a great choice of high quality UK private schools, beautiful countryside, lots of activities and excellent housing - with a fantastic range of different property to call home, from country mansions and estates, cottages and bungalows to new build executive housing, family townhouses and apartments.

"There is a host of exciting things to do in Lincolnshire. From rolling countryside with historic market towns and villages, to an award winning coastline and Britain's Best Small City, there is so much to enjoy in this county of contrasts." Visit Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire is in the north east of England and sits on the coast of the north sea. Neighboring counties include Norfolk to the south-east, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire to the west, East Riding of Yorkshire to the north, Cambridgeshire to the south and Rutland to the south-west.

Lincolnshire has 50 miles of beautiful coastline. Including Scampton, which is home to the Red Arrows, the famous RAF Aerobatic Team!




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Looking for a prestigious Independent (private) school in Lincolnshire, GB?

If you are thinking of moving to live in Lincolnshire (or you already live in Lincolnshire but are considering relocating) and you and your family are researching some of the best private schools in Lincolnshire there is a big choice of high quality Lincolnshire schools, with a number of the Lincolnshire highest ranking Independent schools considered to be some of the best in the UK.

Lincolnshire private education sector features day schools and boarding schools, girls schools, boys schools and co-educational (mixed) schools, including leading private Nurseries, Prep Schools, Independent Secondary and Sixth Form schools and colleges.

Find Private Schools In Lincolnshire, UK (Or "Private Schools Near Me")

Developed over the last 36+ years, the isbi School Search Directory is one of the largest and most comprehensive private schools directories available, helping thousands of families to find, compare and select good schools since the 1980s.

>   You can search for private schools with a reputation for excellence in Lincolnshire and in the cities of Lincoln or towns like Lincoln, Boston, Horncastle and Skegness by using our Private Schools Directory and Independent Schools Finder (powered by isbi's School Search Directory) or by clicking on the names of the schools and colleges listed below to see detailed profiles with photos, videos, maps etc.

>   With our expanded school search technology you can filter your search by the type of school you are looking for such as day and boarding, gender, age range, academic study, religious affiliation, school fees, scholarships and bursaries, open days etc.

>   You can also focus your search on just private Pre-Prep and Prep schools or on Independent Senior and Sixth Form schools and colleges, or view search results for all of them together.

Please explore for detailed information and guides about good schools of all types and for open days, school and college and news, articles and blogs with details of school associations, glossaries and explanations about examinations and qualifications and expert advice about independent education at private schools and colleges around the UK and worldwide.



Top Private Independent Secondary Schools & Colleges In Lincolnshire, UK

Some of the best Independent Secondary schools and colleges and Sixth Form schools and colleges in Lincolnshire, Great Britain providing a top-tier, world-class British day and boarding single-sex and mixed education for boys and girls include:

Top Private Pre-Preparatory & Preparatory Schools In Lincolnshire, UK

Some of the best Pre-Prep and Prep schools in Lincolnshire, Great Britain providing a top-tier, world-class British day and boarding single-sex and mixed education for boys and girls aged from 3 years to 11 or 13 years include:

Special Needs Schools In Lincolnshire, UK

Some of the best Special Needs schools in Lincolnshire, Great Britain providing a top-tier, world-class British Special Needs and Special Education Needs education for boys and girls (single-sex and mixed) include:




Where To Live In Lincolnshire, England, UK

The most popular British cities and towns in the Lincolnshire area (GB) include, with approximate population numbers:

> The City of Lincoln

Lincoln (88,000), Welton (4,300), Bassingham (1,300)

> East Lindsey & West Lindsey

Alford (3,500), Wragby (1,700), Spilsby (3,000), Mablethorpe (12,500), Skegness (19,500)

> North & South Kesteven

Sleaford (17,600), Grantham (44,500), Ruskington (5,200), Digby (600)

> South Holland

Spalding (34,600), Crowland (3,600), Gosberton (5,000), Whaplode (3,500)

> The Borough of Boston

Boston (58,000), Wyberton (3,700), Butterwick (1,300), Kirton-in-Holland (5,300), Langrick Bridge (400)




Lincoln is a very popular place to live and many people move to each year, or to near and the surrounding area, from around the United Kingdom and abroad.

Many of those moving to Lincoln are escaping more urban living in London or other larger cities, deciding to relocate to the Lincolnshire capital to enjoy a different pace of life and the historic and elegant surroundings of a prosperous Lincoln with great facilities and leisure amenities, high quality housing and schools, fantastic pubs, restaurants and sports and popular cultural events, arts and music.

Ten Things To Know About Lincoln, England, UK

> FACT 1: The Da Vinci Code, one of the most popular British films, shot many scenes in Lincoln. The direction Ron Howard was a big fan of Lincoln, saying “it;s beautiful, absolutely gorgeous and friendly” and Tom Hanks even took one of the city’s famous Ghost Walks!

> FACT 2: One of J.M.W. Turner’s most famous paintings is of Lincoln cathedral. Painted in 1795 it is now displayed in the British Museum. However many more of Turner’s beautiful paintings of Lincoln are on display in the Usher Art Gallery in the center of Lincoln.

> FACT 3: Brayford Wharf is a lovely area of Lincoln, and makes an excellent weekend location. It is formed out of the UK’s oldest inland harbour and is crawling with great clubs, bars and live music venues.

> FACT 4: Lincoln has a Vineyard inside it’s English Heritage cite! The Vineyard is located in the Lincoln Medieval Bishop’s Palace and was re-landscaped in 2012.

> FACT 5: The first ever Christmas Market took place in Lincoln. It first started in 1982 when Lincoln sought to replicate the famous German-style market. It has grown a huge amount since first opening and attracts over 250,000 people every year.

> FACT 6: The Lincoln Imp is a great local legend that states that Satan sent a couple of imps up into the world to cause ruckus among humans. One of their favorite locations was Lincoln Cathedral and it you look closely at the architecture you can see a little Imp sitting in one of the nooks of the arches!

> FACT 7: The world’s largest Steampunk festival is held in Lincoln! Steampunk emerged as a fusion of science fiction and Victorian dress and the movement held its first Asylum Steampunk Festival in Lincoln in 2009!

> FACT 8: Walk along the country’s oldest canal located in Lincoln. The Fosse Dyke Canal makes for an excellent walk in all seasons, and was built by the Romans to expand the city’s trading prospects.

> FACT 9: Charlotte Scott, the first British woman to Receive a Doctorate in Maths, was born in Lincoln! She was awarded the degree in 1885 and inspired many young women to follow in her footsteps.

> FACT 10: Robin Hood wore Lincoln Green Dyed Wool! It has been said the shade of green that he wore was the classic green that was produced in Lincoln during the High Middle Ages.

Where To Live In Lincoln, UK

Lincoln and the surrounding area offers a huge choice of high quality, premium and luxury property to meet the needs of any family, whether wanting a cottage, townhouse, large apartment, mansion or country estate, with or without granny annex, garden or swimming pool. There are also property development and investment opportunities too, with land available to purchase and properties in need of renovation.

From central Lincoln living to rural, country lifestyles, Lincoln and the areas near Lincoln is full of bustling districts and leafy suburbs, lush green areas, charming Crescents and estates, rolling countryside, vibrant high streets, busy neighbourhoods and friendly residential communities.

Some of the popular residential areas include:

Dunston Lincoln, Canwick Lincoln, Waddington Lincoln, Bassingham Lincoln, Aubourn Lincoln, Heighington Lincoln, Nettleham Lincoln, Navenby Lincoln, Tealby, Lincoln, Oasby Lincoln, Sleaford Lincoln

Commuting To And From Lincoln By Rail Or Road

Relocating to Lincoln is especially popular with those happy to work from home most of the time but needing to occasionally commute to other places for work.

Others are happy to commute more regularly to Nottingham, Manchester, Sheffield, London and other locations for work.

Travel times to key destinations by road and rail include:

> Lincoln To London: London is about 142 miles by road from Lincoln via the A1 and driving to the centre of London from Lincoln normally takes under 3 hours 15 minutes. There is a very regular train service to London from Lincoln, with trains taking from 3 hours.

> Lincoln To Nottingham: Nottingham is about 46 miles by road from Lincoln via the A46 and driving to the centre of Nottingham from Lincoln normally takes under 2 hours. There is a very regular train service to Nottingham from Lincoln, with trains taking around 1 hour.

> Lincoln To Manchester: Manchester is about 120 miles by road from Lincoln via the A57 and driving to the centre of Manchester from Lincoln normally takes under 3 hours 20 minutes. There is a very regular train service to Manchester from Lincoln, with trains taking from 3 hours to 3 hours 30 minutes.



Nearest Airports To Lincoln, UK

The nearest airport to Lincoln is Humberside (HUY) which is 32 miles from Lincoln. Other nearby airports include Manchester (MAN) (under 97 miles), Birmingham (BHX) (91) and Leeds Bradford (LBA) (82 miles)




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