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A reminder to parents that the Parent Governor election is now open.
A talented Sixth Form musician has been awarded a scholarship into Christ’s College, Cambridge to read Computer Science with an Organ Scholarship for 2019.
Parents and prospective students are welcome to come and experience what makes Lancaster Royal Grammar School Sixth Form such a unique, supportive and vibrant place to learn, both in and out of the classroom.
It’s World Mental Health Day.
The Friends of Lancaster Royal Grammar School are organising a supper and fun run on Wednesday 19 September.
All runners are welcome to join in with fancy dress optional. There will be prizes awarded for winning the race as well as the best fancy dress costume.
Lancaster Royal Grammar School opened its doors to the public in September 2018 as part of the national Heritage Open Days festival.
A student is celebrating an excellent acheivement representing England in the Home Counties International race at Glendalough, Ireland.
The Music department are back in action with two concerts planned for the first week back.
Lancaster Royal Grammar School students were celebrating outstanding GCSE results received today.
Students achieved excellent results in the first year of the new 9 to 1 GCSE grading system and more challenging examination content.
Lancaster Royal Grammar School Sixth Form students were celebrating an outstanding set of A-level results today.
Students achieved top A and A* grades in more than half of all the exams that they sat. Over 72% of all results were graded A*, A or B.
Lower Sixth students studying A-level Product Design have been working on a project with The Loyne Specialist School to design and make toys for their pupils.
Sixth Formers visited the Loyne School recently to present teachers and pupils with the toys they have designed and made.
Pupils in Year 7 and their families gathered with teachers and staff to celebrate LRGS Founders' Day with a Service of Thanksgiving at the Priory on Saturday 7th July.
Sixth Formers from Lancaster Royal Grammar School made it through to the national final of a competition for young people run by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.
A Sixth Former was invited to the national Mother Tongue Other Tongue celebration and prize-giving event recently at Manchester Metropolitan University.
Year 9 took part in a Masterchef final competition on Tuesday 10 July in front of an audience of parents and a hungry judging panel.
The boys produced outstanding dishes ‘fit for their heros’, making the judges decisions very difficult.
A Sixth Form Art student has put his talents to good use by working with Marks and Spencer on a series of breast cancer events.
Following on from their fundraising success, pupils from Year 9 visited a local charity last week to lend a hand.
Pupils raised over £18,000 for charity this year and presented the organisations with their cheques recently.
LRGS is pleased to host the Royal Grammar School Cricket Festival 2018
Four pupils from Year 9 spent a brilliant morning at Moorside Primary School's Book Cafe where they shared reading recommendations with two Year 6 classes.