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Students Troop the Colour for the Reverend Jonathan Woodhouse CB QHC, Chaplain-General

Monday 7th July 2014

453 students took part in Trooping the Colour for the Reverend Jonathan Woodhouse CB QHC, Chaplain-General on Friday 4 July 2014.

The children, aged 11 to 18, are students at the historic Duke of York's Royal Military School, in Dover, which became the first government funded Academy sponsored by the MoD in 2010. Founded in 1803, it is the only school in England... Read more »

Hockerill Anglo-European College introduced to the ‘Girl Effect’

Wednesday 18th June 2014

The Yr. 10 Boarding Prefects at Hockerill Anglo-European College were introduced to the ‘Girl Effect’ by their Deputy Head of House, Mrs Corrigan.  This was instantly an area that the girls in Winchester House resonated with.  They quickly organised a Yr. 7 ‘Fresher’s’ disco at the start of... Read more »

Steyning students take part in jamie oliver’s world record breaking ‘Food Revolution Day’

Wednesday 4th June 2014

On Friday 16th May a number of Steyning Grammar School students in Year 7 & Year 8 were chosen by their tutor to take part in Jamie Oliver’s World Record Breaking ‘Food Revolution Day’.  On this day there were 237,822 participants taking part through 7086 different events around the globe covering... Read more »

Orphan school links with French counterpart

Monday 12th May 2014

Pupils at the Royal Alexandra and Albert School can look forward to more opportunities to practice their French in future. The Reigate based state boarding school is 'twinning' with a state boarding school in France L'Ecole des Pupilles de L'Air. The arrangement will enable pupils from both schools to have 'exchange' visits to help develop their language skills.

The... Read more »

LRGS cricketers shine in Barbados heat

Monday 12th May 2014

The U15/16 team achieved four victories in their first four games against island schools at the Gordon Greenwich Barbados U16 Schools competition recently.

Team coach Craig Atkinson said the tour was 'extremely successful, both in terms of results and in developing young cricketers for senior cricket. The team was only defeated in the final game, despite creating... Read more »

Lancaster Grammar mathematicians rise to the Team Challenge

Monday 12th May 2014

Congratulations to Robert Ackroyd, Saul Manasse, Isaac Mort and James Weir, the team of first year Mathematicians who came second in the recent regional finals of the UK Maths Team Challenge.

The competition has been running since 2003 and boys from LRGS have enthusiastically taken part from the start. The competition combines mathematical, communication and teamwork... Read more »

Louise Goldsmith, Leader of West Sussex County Council visits Steyning Grammar School to see how links with local business are being embedded

Tuesday 6th May 2014

On Wednesday 30th April Steyning Grammar School were privileged to have a visit from Louise Goldsmith - Leader of West Sussex County Council, Councillors Michael Brown (Cabinet Member of Finance), Jeremy Hunt (Deputy Cabinet Member for Children) and David Barling.  This visit was organised to show how Steyning Grammar School are embedding links with local... Read more »

LRGS students scoop enterprise award

Thursday 24th April 2014

Congratulations to the team of LRGS students who this week came first in the Ernst & Young Arcade National Enterprise Competition, winning £5000 to support the Christ Church Homeless Shelter in Lancaster.Ben Cannon, Luke Gannon, Jake Guria-Garnett, Jo Marriot and Matt Varley, who are all L6 Business & Economics students, successfully pitched their business plan at the final... Read more »

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