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  • Exam Results

    Published 12/07/18

    Results of the GCE and GCSE exams will be distributed at school on the published results day (9:30am on Thursday 16th August for AS/A-level results and 10:00am on Thursday 23rd August for GCSE results).

    WE STRONGLY ADVISE THAT YOU COLLECT YOUR RESULTS IN PERSON, but should you wish for your results to be emailed to you. You must send an email to

    Please note that we cannot give out your results to anybody else – including your parents – without your explicit permission and that, because of the hectic nature of results mornings, emails are unlikely to be sent until after 12pm.

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  • French Spelling Bee

    Published 02/07/18

    Congratulations to Grace (Year 7) & Milly (Year 8) on their recent success the University of Cambridge in the final of the National French Spelling Bee competition; Grace won the competition in her age group & Milly was runner up in hers! 

    Along with a number of prizes Grace won a free subscription for the School of Vocab Express for the year.   The girls' awards were presented by the Mayor of Cambridge and the MP for Cambridge among others.

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  • Intermediate Biology Olympiad

    Published 29/06/18

    Congratulations to those LVI students who won certificates in the recent Royal Society of Biology Intermediate Olympiad.  This new and demanding competition requires a broad biological knowledge together with insightful analytical skills.  We are delighted with the results.

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  • A Day of Military Challenges

    Published 28/06/18

    On Monday 25th June the Prep had a day of Military Challenges. We all came in, prepared for our hard day. Some people came in wearing cool camouflage shirts, and some people wore blue bandanas. I was incredibly excited but slightly scared too. We had all raised lots of money and it was going to a charity called Help for Heroes. Our games teacher Mrs Laybourne had also endured a series of much harder Military Challenges. Our day would teach us about teamwork and how important it was to encourage other people. We were allowed to put face paint on which was very fun.

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  • School Record Broken!

    Published 27/06/18

    On Friday the 4th June - The 1st XI played against Ryde School from the Isle of Wight. They are a school that have a proud tradition of cricket and regularly tour areas of the UK to test themselves against new opponents. During trips week our U12 and U13 sports-people spent the week at Ryde School them playing cricket, hockey and tennis alongside a little sailing.  

    This is the 2nd year we have played them at 1st XI level and the match was marked by a superb performance. Year 10's Rohan Kelkar played very well scoring 51 but the performance of the day was a magnificent 193 no by Harry Pounds. To put that in context it beat the previous highest 1st XI score by 55 runs (138 no by William Hunt in 2013). There have only been 7 100's scored for the 1st XI in the schools history. He hit 23 fours and 4 sixes. Congratulations Harry!

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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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