Lincoln is a busy, fun-filled place where the girls, aged 10–13 years, can be themselves, experience fresh challenges, and make new friends.
Assisted by my experienced House team, we work closely together to ensure that all the girls are safe and confident, and to create purposeful and proactive opportunities for them to contribute to our Lincoln community in a way that enriches their lives.
The House is named after the neighbouring diocese of Lincoln, to mirror that of Peterborough House and was opened in 1974 as part of the new Lower School campus.
Find out more about boarding in Hodges, our home from home for Lower School boarders.
Meet the Housemistress
I joined the Maths Department at Oakham School in September 2007. Since I have been at Oakham I have held a variety of roles: Resident Tutor in Round House, Senior Tutor in Gunthorpe, Bronze Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Leader and Head of Mathematics. I am delighted to start in my role as Housemistress of Lincoln in September 2023, spending time in House getting to know the girls.
Outside of School, we enjoy walking as a family, and I enjoy photography, reading and doing crochet.
Housemistress Lincoln House
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