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Young murder mystery fans meet favourite author

Wednesday 2nd October 2019

Young detective story fans at Ripon Grammar School got to solve their own murder mystery with a top children’s author who revealed the secrets behind the success of her best-selling detective series.

Robin Stevens came to RGS to speak to more than 250 students from RGS and other local schools, explaining how she got into writing and what makes a good murder... Read more »

Let there be LED light

Wednesday 25th September 2019

RIPON Grammar School has started the new academic year on a bright note, thanks to a £50,000 energy-saving light-fitting drive.

More than 950 new LED (light-emitting diode) lighting panels have been fitted throughout the school, replacing 1,000 old-fashioned high wattage lights which are costly to run and need more regular maintenance.

Premises manager... Read more »

History girl Phoebe wins Cambridge prize

Wednesday 25th September 2019

A RIPON Grammar School sixth form history student has won a coveted prize in a prestigious University of Cambridge competition.

Phoebe Hall’s essay on the impact of the Peasants’ Revolt was picked out of more than 160 entries to be awarded second place in the annual Trinity College Robson Prize for history essay writing.

Professor Peter Sarris,... Read more »

Keswick School boarders support Cancer charity

Friday 17th May 2019

Last Sunday the boarders organised and took part in a sponsored walk for Cancer Research UK.  They walked round Lake Derwentwater in glorious weather and got involved in several team building activities on the way.  The 10 miles took just over 4 hours including a very welcome stop for lunch.  From Y7 – 13, a great day was had by all and knowing that... Read more »

Sexey’s School Chemists win second place at ‘Bath University Challenge’ at the Salters’ Festival of Chemistry

Thursday 16th May 2019

A team of four Sexey’s School’s Year 8 students took part in the Salters’ Festival of Chemistry at the University of Bath yesterday, coming second place in the prestigious ‘Bath University Challenge’ in a competition of independent and state schools from across the South West.

During the one-day festival, Milo Montague, Romy Salter,... Read more »

Sexey’s School Chemists win second place at ‘Bath University Challenge’ at the Salters’ Festival of Chemistry

Thursday 16th May 2019

A team of four Sexey’s School’s Year 8 students took part in the Salters’ Festival of Chemistry at the University of Bath yesterday, coming second place in the prestigious ‘Bath University Challenge’ in a competition of independent and state schools from across the South West.

During the one-day festival, Milo Montague, Romy Salter,... Read more »

Bishop marks 125 years of Gordon’s School Chapel

Thursday 16th May 2019

Marking a double celebration in the Chapel at Gordon’s School, the Bishop of Guildford The Right Reverend Andrew Watson visited on Tuesday (14th May 2019) to lead the 125th Dedication Anniversary of the beautiful Victorian Chapel and the restoration of its stained glass windows.

The Bishop, who is Vice-President of the Gordon Foundation, the charitable arm... Read more »

Lancaster Royal Grammar School Applications Welcome for Entry in 2020

Wednesday 15th May 2019

Parents of boys in Year 5 who are interested in applying to Lancaster Royal Grammar School for entry in September 2020 are encouraged to do so via the website now.

The application form should be completed online at www.lrgs.org.uk after reading the admissions information.

Families of boys in Year 4/5 are welcome to attend the school Open Day on Saturday 22... Read more »


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