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Latest News

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  • 24/06/22

    Amazing Agripod brings tech success

    Many congratulations to of our Year 12 students, Lucas H, Ali K and Aditya M, who have this week enjoyed conspicuous recognition of their inventiveness. Their ‘Agripod’ has made them winners of ‘Best Innovation’ as well as 'Working Well with Industry' in the national...
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  • 23/06/22

    Business & Economics Trip

    Our Year 12 A Level Business and Economics students enjoyed a super day in London. They took part in a brand evolution work shop at the Museum of Brands, analysing and revamping brands and went through a brand time tunnel. They had lunch in Portobello Road Market in Notting Hill, trying out s...
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  • 06/05/22

    YE Innovation Award for Telios

    Many congratulations to our Young Enterprise company Telios for winning the Innovation Award in the County Final this week.
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  • 30/03/22

    Captain Carnduff Tigers Debut

    Leicester Tigers scored six tries in a 41-26 victory over London Irish in the Premiership Rugby Cup on Tuesday evening. The win at Mattioli Woods Welford Road took Tigers back to the top of Pool 2, ahead of Newcastle Falcons who play their last game at Northampton on Wednesday.
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  • 30/03/22

    Business & Economics visit to the Morgan Motor Company

    Our Year 13 Business and Economics A level students had an insightful visit to one of the top global niche market producers of retro-style cars, with links to its Italian proprietor, Investindustrial, currently owner of Aston Martin and Bugatti.
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  • 08/03/22

    Life Project

    A group of our Year 12 students were fortunate to take part in 'Life Project' an LOROS and Uppingham School hosted competition and conference for academically able and motivated Y12 pupils from Uppingham School and maintained schools in Leicestershire and Rutland. Students designed, cre...
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  • 24/02/22

    Rotary Technology Tournament

    We were delighted to host the Rotary Technology Tournament again this year.  Teams of pupils from LGS, Dixie Grammar School, Ratcliffe College, Manor High School, Rawlins Academy, Crownhills Community College and Rushey Mead Academy worked in teams of four to overcome and construct a de...
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  • 22/02/22

    Congratulations Chef Siyana

    Congratulations to our Year 9 pupil, Siyana. Following an email from Miss Campbell, Head of Design, Technology & Engineering, in October 2021, Siyana was inspired to enter the Aspiring Student Chef (11-13) competition organised by Inspiring Culinary Generations (ICG).  h...
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  • 11/02/22

    OL Ben White - international debut

    When Ben White finished off a cracking move to score a first half try for Scotland against England in the Six Nations opener last Saturday, most of the country was disappointed. And, while of course, they were cheering on England during the game, Leicester Grammar School’s wider community c...
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  • 24/01/22

    CyberCenturion Success

    Our pupils were excited to compete in the CyberCenturion VIII third round on Saturday. CyberCenturion is a national cyber education initiative for 11-18 year-olds in the UK. The program is designed to excite, educate and motivate students to pursue further education and careers in STEM and cybe...
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  • 12/01/22

    New Year Honour for OL

    Congratulations to Nick Cummins (OL'03), who plays in the Leicester Tigers wheelchair rugby side and represents Britain on the national team. Nick has been awarded an MBE for services to the sport, along with his 11 Team GB teammates, with whom he won gold in the Paralympics in To...
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  • 25/11/21

    Winners for the Foundation Day Essay Competition 2021-22

    Congratulations to the pupils who have been awarded prizes in the 2021-22 Foundation Day Essay Competition. This year's title was 'My Modest Proposal'. Thanks go to Mrs Higginson for reading all the entries and producing the shortlist and to Dr Griffin for selecting the winners.
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