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  • Success for LGS students at Rotary Young Designer 2018

    Published 18/06/18

    Congratulations to 3 of our A Level Product Design students, who all won prestigious prizes at the 2018 Rotary Young Designer competition last Saturday. The event was held at De Montfort University and showcased work by design students from across the county.

    Arran Banning won 1st place in the A Level competition for his compact revolving workbench, Lucy Ring received the Sir Thomas White prize as the"The best young designer in Leicestershire and Rutland" for her disaster relief shelter and Samuel Walker won the overall Young Designer prize for his transportable apple press.

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  • U13 Girls' Cricket National Runners Up

    Published 16/05/18

    Our U13 Girls’ Cricketers were runners up in the Lady Taverners’ National indoor competition at Lord's. Having been victorious in the local and regional rounds, they progressed to the national finals were they played against the four other best teams in the UK. They eventually finished second out of the 932 schools that originally entered. Very well done & thanks to Mrs Laybourne & Miss Feeney for their hard work in coaching the girls and accompanying them to all the fixtures. Thank you to the parents who supported the girls throughout the competition and particularly for travelling to London!

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  • Year 11 Relaxation & Wellbeing

    Published 09/05/18


    Our Year 11 students enjoyed a Relaxation & Wellbeing afternoon ahead of going on exam leave this Friday. Activities included yoga, massage, smoothie making & a session with mental health recovery dogs. The students could also choose an afternoon relaxing watching a movie with popcorn, rounders, a chance to use the equipment and weights in the gym, doodle art; a session of colouring in mandalas and other patterns.

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  • European Youth Champions 2018

    Published 08/05/18

    Congratulations to Year 13 student, Izabella Jozsa who, as part of Youth Brass 2000 crowned European Youth Champions 2018 at the weekend. Youth Brass 2000 are the first ever youth brass band to win the grand slam of major competitions in the same year. They now hold the folllowing titles:

    - The British Open Youth Champions 2018

    - Championship Section National Champion Youth Band of Great Britain 2018 

    - Premier Section European Youth Champions 2018

    Chris Jeans who is their artistic director as well as being our own Brass co-ordinator described their win as ‘Incredible!’. Congratulations to Chris on steering the band towards this fantastic achievement. 

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  • Biology Olmpiad Success

    Published 01/05/18

    Every year most of our Year 9 and Year 10 students sit the Royal Society of Biology Challenge competition. This year it consisted of two very tough online papers.  Well done to all certificate winners and special congratulations to those seven students who achieved gold awards.

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  • LGS Students Confirmed

    Published 01/05/18

    On Wednesday 25 April, LGS welcomed Bishop Martyn Snow, Bishop of Leicester for an evening service in the Chapel of St Nicholas.  As five of our students made a public commitment to their Christian faith. They each made promises to follow Jesus as a disciple for the rest of their lives.

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  • 2018-2019 Senior Prefects Announced

    Published 30/04/18

    Congratulations to our 2018-2019 Senior Prefect team who will be led by our new Head Boy, Keshen and Head Girl, Rosalind.

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  • Swimming Success

    Published 27/04/18

    Year 10 Christopher recently competed in the East Midlands regional swimming championships, he finished in third place taking the bronze in the 100M Breaststroke in a time of 1:09:91 seconds which is a British national consideration time.  In addition he finished 6th in the 200M breaststroke final making an English National consideration time 2: 35:36 seconds and 6th in the 200m IM final in a time of 2:20:66  seconds also qualifying for consideration for English nationals. 

    Christopher also represented the club in the regional  16yrs 400m freestyle relay completing his split in 58 seconds with the Leicester Sharks team finishing 8th out of 14 and in the  IM relay completing the 100m fly leg in a split of 1:05:76 seconds with the team finishing 4th this is the first time the club has had a relay team in the 16 year age group at regionals.

    Christopher will compete in the second gala of East Midlands regional championships in the sprints on the 7th May for 50m breaststroke and fly.  

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  • Youth Brass 2000 Success

    Published 24/04/18

    Congratulations to Frederick Klimowicz (Y10), Rebecca Faust (Y9), Jennifer Ewington (Y7) and Jack Strong (Y5) on becoming British Open and National Champions of Great Britain.

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  • U15 Win County Cup

    Published 23/04/18

    The U15’s looked to finish off the rugby season by securing the County Cup. The side were well prepared and highly motivated for the clash with Hinckley Academy. Motivation came in the form of needing to right the wrongs of last season’s defeat in the final.

    The game started well and the contest up front was significant against a hugely physical Hinckley team. The opening exchanges were dominated by the LGS forwards with the back row of England, Holmes and Stone leading the charge. After a period of pressure in the Hinckley 22, the forwards secured a line out and drove over. This was followed by a superb try straight off the kick off. Several players offloaded superbly to put Max Tompkins away on the left wing. A further try was added giving LGS a 15-0 lead.

    Hinckley then came bulldozing back into the game and scored twice before half time to take the score to 15-12 at the break. The opposition came out for the second half with a physical intent that was repelled by some stout defence led by Jai Kumar, Alastair Milner and George Impey. LGS scored next with Hinckley replying soon after. 22-17. Too close for comfort.

    The game came down to the final 5 minutes with LGS scoring another superb team try that was finished off by Dan Heaton on the right wing. This finally killed the contest and George Impey scored a well deserved try with the final play of the game. Final score 32-17.

    Honourable mentions to Oscar Holmes and Oscar Stone who has performed superbly all season. A great result for the side which put to bed the defeat last year and capped off a season in which the team has developed superbly.

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  • Tigers Academy Rugby Festival

    Published 18/04/18

    Our Year 11 students Bradley and Matthew really enjoyed being part of the Leicester Tigers academy team which took part in the U16s Wellington College Festival during the Easter break. The festival featured 420 players from 14 regional academies in a week-long programme and aimed to develop academy players & coaches.

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  • Congratulations to Ben - our PWIS finalist and scholar!

    Published 18/04/18

    10 Peter Watson International Scholarship finalists were selected from around the UK to present their work at Queens College, Cambridge to a panel of judges representing the University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, the Wellcome Trust and Form the Future. 

    LGS Year 13 student, Benjamin Schwabe along with Nathan Harmer from the Isle of Man have been selected as the 2018 PWIS scholars and will travel to the US National Eye Institute in April to participate in a specially designed programme of events. 

    For more information, see Peter Watson International Scholarship website

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