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Best Middle Schools in Lincolnshire

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      • Witham Hall School

        Witham Hall School is a co-educational boarding school located in Witham on the Hill, East Midlands. Established in 1960, the school offers a nurturing environment for children aged 4-13 years. With a focus on personal development and welfare, the school provides a safe and welcoming atmosphere for all students. With strong relationships between children and staff, thorough assessments of progress, and positive feedback from parents, Witham Hall School is dedicated to providing a quality education. Scholarships, sibling discounts, and bursaries are available to support families. With an overall effectiveness rating of Good, the school ensures effective leadership and management, quality teaching and learning, and positive outcomes for children.
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      • St Hugh's School

        St Hugh's School is a co-educational boarding school located in Woodhall Spa, East Midlands. With a history dating back to 1931, the school offers a nurturing and inclusive environment for students aged 2-13 years. With a strong focus on academic excellence, the school also provides a range of scholarships and discounts to support students' interests and talents. With small class sizes and a dedicated SEN support team, St Hugh's School ensures that every student receives individualized care and attention.
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      • Kisimul School

        Kisimul School is a co-ed middle deemed secondary school in Swinderby, East Midlands. With a history of providing high-quality education and care for children and young adults with complex learning challenges, autism, and developmental delay, the school offers a nurturing environment where students can thrive. The school has a good Ofsted rating and a focus on personal development and behaviour. With a small class size and a high staff to student ratio, Kisimul School ensures individualized attention and a modified National Curriculum. The school also offers therapeutic and developmental programs, such as speech and music therapy, and provides residential care options. As part of the Kisimul Group, the school aims to support students even beyond their school years, offering ongoing care and assistance. Overall, Kisimul School is dedicated to helping students reach their full potential in a supportive and inclusive environment.
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      • Esland Isaac Newton School, Grantham

        Esland Isaac Newton School, Grantham is a co-educational middle deemed secondary school located in East Midlands. With a small student population of 18, the school aims to provide a quality education for children aged 7-18. While areas like overall effectiveness and personal development require improvement, the school ensures good behavior and attitudes. Led by Mrs Suzanne Harvey, the school meets the independent school standards.
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      • The Place Independent School

        The Place Independent School, founded in 2016, is a co-educational middle deemed secondary school located in Bottesford, East Midlands. With a small student population of 22, the school provides a high-quality education to children aged 7-18 years. The school has received a positive Ofsted report, highlighting its good overall effectiveness, quality of education, behaviour, attitudes, personal development, and leadership. The school meets the independent school standards and offers a supportive and nurturing environment for students.
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      • Oakham School

        Oakham School is a prestigious co-educational boarding school located in Oakham, East Midlands. With a rich history dating back to 1902, the school offers a Middle Deemed Secondary education for students aged 9-18 years. Known for its Anglican values and diverse range of scholarships, including academic, artistic, athletic, and musical, Oakham School provides a nurturing environment for students to excel academically and develop their talents. With a dedicated and experienced Headteacher, Mr Henry Price, the school boasts impressive exam results, including a high percentage of students achieving AAB or higher at A-level. Oakham School also offers a welcoming community and various discounts and bursaries, making it an attractive choice for families seeking a holistic and supportive educational experience.
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      • The Grange Therapeutic School

        The Grange Therapeutic School is a co-ed boarding school located in Knossington, East Midlands. Established in 1977, it caters to students aged 8-18 with social, emotional, and mental health needs. With a total of 76 students, the school offers a supportive environment for personal development and good behavior. Though the overall effectiveness requires improvement, the school meets the independent school standards and provides a quality education.
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      • The Minster School

        The Minster School is a Co-Ed Church of England school based in Southwell, East Midlands. With a student-teacher ratio of 17:1, the school provides excellent pastoral care and offers a wide range of co-curricular activities. Founded in 2018, it focuses on preparing students for the modern world through an inclusive and supportive environment.
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      • Wings School Notts

        Wings School Notts is a co-ed boarding school located in Kirklington, East Midlands. With a small student body of 34 students, the school aims to provide support and education for students aged 9-17 with social, emotional, and mental health needs. However, the school's recent Ofsted report highlights areas requiring improvement in overall effectiveness, quality of education, behaviour and attitudes, personal development, and leadership and management. It is important for parents to consider these factors when making educational decisions for their children.
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      • Wellow House School

        Wellow House School is a well-established and highly-regarded co-educational primary school, providing a nurturing environment for children aged 3 to 13. With a dedicated and experienced headteacher, Mr Stephen Thompson, the school offers high-quality education and comprehensive support for students. The school has a vibrant nursery and a total of 178 students, with a balanced gender ratio. Known for its inclusive approach, Wellow House School ensures every child receives the attention they need to thrive academically and socially.
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      • R.E.A.L Independent Schools Blidworth

        R.E.A.L Independent Schools Blidworth is a co-educational school in Blidworth, East Midlands. With a student population of 53, the school provides a high-quality education for students aged 7 to 19. The school has been rated as 'Good' by Ofsted, with outstanding behaviour and attitudes. Offering a supportive and nurturing environment, R.E.A.L Independent Schools Blidworth focuses on personal development and provides excellent leadership and management. Through its dedicated staff and commitment to student success, the school aims to empower students to achieve their full potential.
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      • Denewood Academy

        Denewood Academy is a co-ed middle deemed secondary school located in Nottingham. With a dedicated headteacher, Ms Kristina Higginson, the school provides a high-quality education for students aged 7-16. Known for its inclusive environment, the school supports students with special educational needs and ensures their personal development. The school's good Ofsted report reflects its overall effectiveness, quality of education, positive behaviour, and strong leadership.
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      • Quorn Hall School

        Quorn Hall School is an outstanding co-educational middle deemed secondary school located in Quorn, East Midlands. Led by Ms Antonia Jackson, the school prides itself on its culture of excellence and offers a creative and imaginative curriculum. With a focus on personal development, pupils at Quorn Hall School make excellent progress and are well-prepared for further education and employment. The school's diligent staff ensure the well-being and safety of all students, creating an environment where each student can thrive.
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      • ALP Leicester

        ALP Leicester is a co-ed middle deemed secondary school located in Birstall, East Midlands. With a small school size of 35 students, it provides a close-knit and supportive environment for learning. Led by Mr Daniel Brown, the school has been rated as 'Good' by Ofsted for its overall effectiveness, quality of education, behaviour and attitudes, personal development, and leadership and management. It meets the independent school standards and has a strong focus on achieving GCSE success, with a high percentage of students achieving grades 4 or higher.
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      • Westbury Academy

        Westbury Academy is a co-ed middle school located in Nottingham. With a student-teacher ratio of 5:1, our dedicated staff provides individualized attention to help students aged 7-16 excel academically. We prioritize the social, emotional, and mental health of our students. Although our exam results are currently below average, we have a supportive and safe learning environment with resources that enhance the educational experience.
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      • Jameah Academy

        Jameah Academy is a Muslim girls' school located in Blaby District, East Midlands. Established in 2001, the school offers a middle deemed secondary education for students aged 5-16 years. With a student population of 201, Jameah Academy provides a nurturing and inclusive learning environment. The school has received a Good rating from Ofsted, highlighting its effective leadership, high-quality teaching, and outstanding personal development opportunities for pupils. Additionally, Jameah Academy meets independent school standards and has consistently shown strong progress and improvement. Parents can expect their daughters to thrive academically and develop excellent attitudes and behavior at Jameah Academy.
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      • Imam Muhammad Adam Institute Boys School

        Imam Muhammad Adam Institute Boys School is an outstanding all-boys school in Leicester. With a strong focus on character development, high academic expectations, and a welcoming atmosphere, our school provides a nurturing environment for boys aged 9-16. Our expert staff and exemplary behavior ensure that pupils flourish and are well-prepared for life in modern Britain.
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      • Hardwick House School

        Hardwick House School is a co-ed middle deemed secondary school located in Loughborough. Led by the exceptional Mrs Sarah Unwin, the school offers outstanding quality education with a particular focus on autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) students. With a small class size of 39 students, including 27 boys and 12 girls, the school provides a nurturing environment for personal development. Hardwick House School consistently achieves good overall effectiveness as per Ofsted reports, ensuring parents that their children will receive a high standard of education.
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      • Wolfdale School

        Wolfdale School is a co-educational middle deemed secondary school located in Anstey, East Midlands. With a small student body of 35, the school offers a nurturing and inclusive learning environment for children aged 7 to 16. Led by Headteacher Mr Sachin (Sunny) Dogra, Wolfdale School prides itself on its good overall effectiveness, quality education, positive behaviour and attitudes, and strong personal development. The school meets independent school standards and supports students with various special educational needs, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Social, Emotional and Mental Health challenges, Moderate Learning Difficulty, and Specific Learning Difficulty.
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      • OneSchool Global Uk Nottingham Campus

        OneSchool Global UK Nottingham Campus is a co-educational school with a strong focus on providing a supportive and inclusive environment for students aged 7-18. Led by Mr Ben Thompson, the school has been serving the community since 2004. With a small class size of 140 students, the school ensures individual attention and personalized learning opportunities. The school is affiliated with the Plymouth Brethren Christian Church and offers a comprehensive education program with a special emphasis on SEN support, catering to 16% of its student body. With impressive exam results, including an average EBacc point score of 6.62 and a high percentage of students achieving GCSE grade 4 or higher, OneSchool Global UK Nottingham Campus is dedicated to equipping its students with the knowledge and skills needed for success in their future endeavors.
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