Pro Vice Chancellor and University Lecturer to visit Year 12 pupils.

By Hannah Fisher 02 November 2018 Senior School News

Visits from University of Lincoln staff to observe Lincoln Minster School's Year 12 A Level classes, to gain an understanding of the preparation pupils receive. 

Ruth Hewitt, Head of English at the Senior School, has liaised with the Alice Mates of the Lincoln International Business School to arrange a schedule of visits from University Lecturers into Lincoln Minster School to observe some of Year 12 pupils lessons. The objective of the visits is for UOL staff to observe the teaching and learning environment of the Sixth Form pupils to better understand the process of preparing the pupils for A Levels, which is one step away from being a first year undergraduate at university. 

Currently lesson observations are planned from Nick Taylor Teaching and Learning Lead for the Department of Marketing and Tourism at UOL, and Pro Vice Chancellor Craig Marsh, who will both view a Year 12 English A Level class.

Headmaster Mr Mark Wallace said of the scheme:

"This is excellent and shows the school's relationship with the University of Lincoln progressing further."