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Burton Hathow Preparatory School
Lincoln LN1 2BB
Burton Hathow is a family orientated, Independent Preparatory School for children aged 2-11, set in over five acres of wooded grounds in Lincolnshire. At Burton Hathow, we pride ourselves on providing the best educational experience for children in a safe and happy environment, thoroughly preparing each child for their next step in education and in life. Traditional values, combined with a contemporary curriculum, provide children with a stimulating education both inside and outside of the classroom.
Start of Summer Term
U11 Cricket Away vs Handel House (2pm)
Sports Day (Reception, Lower and Upper School)
Sports Day (Nursery)
Party In the Park
Superstars & Taskmasters
Chapterhouse Theatre Company Dress Rehearsal
Indoors and Out
Our learning spaces are equipped with apparatus that allow our children to investigate, research, hypothesise, and analyse at the highest level, honing the essential skills they need when learning in school and living outside of school. We fully utilise our indoor and outdoor spaces to offer an enriched and broad curriculum, using a range of teaching styles to enable all learners to make progress.
Our extensive sports fields are used daily for training and matches. They change face termly for different sporting events. Our sports fields provide the setting for athletics and cross-country endurance activities as well as pitches for football, hockey, rugby, rounders, and cricket games. We also play hockey and netball on our hard standing surface throughout the winter months.
I absolutely love school. The lessons and teachers are inspiring, but the best things are the science experiments, rugby, football and hockey (and of course the lunches). The after school clubs are really varied. I do hockey, football drama and art - so I am quite busy!
George started at Burton Hathow at the end of year 2 as a very sad little boy who hated school and thought he was stupid. In the first few weeks the attention was focused on him settling in and feeling safe. Every member of staff spent time with him, with Mrs Ford spending a long time