The King's School Grantham

Isaac Newton's School

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    • Christmas Feast


      Musicians perform at the annual Christmas Feast

    • Year 9 Rugby Success


      Year 9 won the Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire & Derbyshire 12 a side rugby tournament at Newark RFC yesterday afternoon.

       

    • Year 7 Music Concert


      Three Year 7 forms perform in an end of term concert to perform pieces they have been working on in class music lessons.

    • Year 7 Rugby


      Year 7 rugby team beat Leicester Grammar

    • Year 7 Football


      The Year 7 football team progress to the 5th round of the National Cup.

    • Year 9 Basketball


      Year 9 win first game of the season
    • School Council Raise Money for Charity


      The School Council raise money for Stand Up To Cancer and Movember charities

    • Operation Reflect


      CCF plant 500 trees as part of the Army's tree planting remembrance of the 100 years since 1917.
    • CCF at the Cenotaph for Remembrance Sunday


      Cadets from King's were chosen to represent the CCF nationally for Remembrance Sunday at the Cenotaph. 

    • King's School Toy Bank 2017


      After the overwhelming support last year.  The King's School Toy Bank is back!

    • CCF Leadership Award


      Two cadets receive award for leadership on CCF course at Beckingham.

    • Remembrance Service in St. Wulfram's Church


      The King's School Remembrance Service in St. Wulfram's Church
    • Year 7 Creative Learning Workshop


      Year 7 students attend a study skills workshop.

    • Cadets Fly at RAF Cranwell


      10 RAF CCF cadets took part in air experience flying at RAF Cranwell on Sunday.

    • Rugby win against Spalding Grammar


      King's beat Spalding Grammar 38-5

    • Year 10 E-Safety Workshop


      All Year 10 students attend an E-safety workshop

    • CCF Bi-Annual Inspection


      CCF Bi-Annual Inspection 

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