Lime House School
Our aim is simply to ensure that each pupil achieves his or her potential both academically and socially, with each child treated individually. Our pupils are cared for in a safe rural environment and every possible attempt is made to ensure that they develop confidence and self-esteem. That our pupils are happy is our prime concern, a happy child is often a successful one.
Category: Preparatory, Senior, Sixth Form
Type: Boarding and Day
Religious Affiliation: Non-Denominational
Roll: 107 Boys / / 68 Girls
Day pupils: 60
Boarder Number: 115
Age Range: 7-18 Years
Rural. The school is located in the north of England seven miles outside the border city of CARLISLE. Overseas students usually arrive at Newcastle (1 hour) or Manchester (2 hours) airports and the school will collect students from these airports. London is a 3 hour rail journey from Carlisle. Although set in the beautiful Cumbrian countryside the school is easily reached from Junction 42 of M6.
School Contact Details
Headteacher: Mrs Mary Robertson-Barnett
Contact for enquiries: Ms J Fisher, Bursar
Holm Hill, Dalston, Carlisle, Cumbria, CA5 7BX
Tel: 01228 710225
Refurbished Sports Hall, extensive sports fields, ICT suite, Drama and Art rooms, Design Technology room and Science laboratories.
Available, please contact the school bursar.
Day fees: Juniors (Years 3 – 6) £3,600 per term. Seniors £4,600 per term.
Boarding fees: Juniors (Years 5 & 6) £9,750 per term. Seniors £10,750 per term.
Weekly boarding is available upon request, as is flexi-boarding.
Learning Support: £400 per term.
Activities: £100 per term.
All visits are welcome, please contact the school
We warmly welcome visits by prospective pupils and their families by an individual visit.
This can be arranged by contacting the Admissions Office.
If you would like to arrange a visit, or to discuss anything in relation to our School, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01228 710225.
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