The King's School Grantham

Isaac Newton's School

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    • U15 Rugby Team Win County Final

      The U15 Rugby team win the County Final against Carre's by 2 points.

    • 4th Successive County Title for King’s

      Year 7 students win the Lincolnshire Indoor Athletics Competition.

    • Jazz Nite 2014

      Photographs from Jazz Nite 2014 are now available in the galleries section of the website. 

    • House Chess Results

      House Chess Results.

    • First Team win County 7s Rugby

      The first team are County 7s Champions.

    • Music For Youth Festival

      A number of music ensembles have performed at the regional Music for Youth Festival. 

    • Maths Competition

      Maths success for Year 10 students. 

    • Junior Quiz Team

      Qualify for the next round of the National Competition.

    • Chess competition

      Results for chess competition.

    • Warhammer Success

      Warhammer team progress to the National Final.

    • Year 7 Rugby Success

      Year 7s win the annual King's 7s competition at Kesteven RFC.

    • Warhammer Success

      The Warhammer team have reached the semi-finals of the national tournament.

    • Maths Challenge Competition

      Maths students win regional final.

    • Year 9 Rugby 7s

      Year 9 rugby team win County 7s competition. 

    • Success in Sports Hall Athletics Competition

      Year 7 and 8 Athletics success.

    • CCF Camp

      Large numbers of students attend CCF camp in February half-term.

    • Leicester Tigers Academy Success for Year 11 Student

      Congratulations to Year 11 student James Newman who has been accepted into the Leicester Tigers Academy.

    • Waterpolo - London Final

      The U19 Waterpolo team achieved second place in the London School's Waterpolo Final.

    • Rugby 7s Competition

      The Under 16 side reach the final of the Newark School's competition on Sunday 2 March.

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