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Lancaster Royal Grammar School will be opening the doors to the public again in September as part of the national Heritage Open Days festival.
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.
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.
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