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Congratulations to Tom Burrows from the Lower Sixth who has been awarded a Diploma in Music Performance (Piano) from the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music.
Fantastic effort from the LRGS Senior Quiz team yesterday in the North-West heats.
The Friends of LRGS would like to invite the families of the school to their very first Spring Festival, a day of cultural celebration on Saturday 17th March from 10am to 3pm.
There will be activities for all the family, of all ages, to enjoy in the spirit of Spring across the world.
Former Lancaster Royal Grammar School pupil Herbert Storey is the focus for the next talk in a series that aims to celebrate LRGS alumni and their impact on Lancaster.
Pope Francis has recently named former pupil Canon Paul Swarbrick as the new Bishop of Lancaster.
Canon Paul Swarbrick, 59, from Garstang, went to Lancaster Royal Grammar School, has been a priest of the Lancaster Diocese for over 35 years.
Congratulations to the KS4 Badminton team for making it through to the regional stages of the National Schools Badminton Championships.
Sixth Form students are celebrating having received offers from Oxford and Cambridge University.
The Friends of LRGS organised a Burns Night celebration on Saturday 27 January 2018 in the Ashton Hall in Lancaster Town Hall.
The event sold out and was a huge success raising over £3700.
Sixth Form students met author, philosopher and theologian Dr Peter Vardy for a lecture about Sexual Ethics this week.
Year 8 enjoyed a German breakfast as part of their topic on food which looked in particular at the differences between German and English mealtimes.
Lower Sixth students spent the day as junior medics last week at Royal Preston Hospital.
The Music Departments of Lancaster Girls’ Grammar School and Lancaster Royal Grammar School would like to invite you to take part in our Spring Choral Concert.
Congratulations to Ismail Mahmoud in Year 7 who achieved a gold and bronze medal in the King of the North Brazilian Jui-Jitsu competition recently.
Famous past pupils will be the subject of a series of talks organised by Lancaster Royal Grammar School as part of the community archive project.
Year 10 English students are taking part in an inspiring initiative and will be reading prizewinning literature then donating the novels they've purchased themselves to a new book swap scheme.
This second edition is packed with news of the boys' achievements and activities during the academic year 2016-17.
Congratulation to James Weir in Year 11 who is the winner of the Geographical Association's Physical Geography Photography Award 2017.
This is the second year in a row that a LRGS pupil has won this competition.
We are pleased to share with you James's winning entry...
Congratulations to top table tennis player Toby Ellis who won the Blackpool Stiga 2 Star Tournament both in the U13 and the U15 categories last weekend.
Good luck in your upcoming competitions Toby from all at LRGS!
Pupils in Year 9 went head to head in a German Bake Off challenge last week.
They were all tasked with producing something that was German inspired, whether a traditional recipe or a show stopping cultural reference.
Generations old and young came together for a Christmas party hosted by Lancaster Royal Grammar School last night.
Members of the community were invited to school on Thursday 14 December for a Christmas dinner and entertainment that lasted well into the evening.