The King's School Grantham

Isaac Newton's School

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    Latest News

    • Term 4 Newsletter


      Term 4 newsletter is now available to download. 
    • Jazz Nite


      Jazz Nite was a huge success

    • House Awards Evening 2017


      Student success celebrated at the annual House Awards Evening

    • Oxbridge Conference


      Year 11 students attend Oxbridge Conference

    • Inter-House Competitions


      Inter-House Competition

    • National Festival of Music for Youth


      Musicians perform in the regional final of the National Festival of Music for Youth.

    • British Astronomy and Astrophysics Olympiad


      Year 13 students achieve success in national science competition.
    • Spring Concert


      Musicians perform at the Spring Concert.
    • Big Bang Science Fair


      Year 10 Scientists & Engineers Fair at NEC

    • Year 7 Music Concert


      Year 7 students perform in an evening concert

    • First Place in Maths Feast Competition


      Eight Year 10 students took part in a Maths Feast competition.  The A team finished 1st with the second team 3rd.

    • Year 8 Rugby Squad Win County 7s


      For the 5th year in a row the Year 8 Rugby 7s squad won the County title.  

    • Careers Fair


      The Year 10 Careers Fair took place on Wednesday 8 March in the Old School. All Year 10 students visited the fair during the course of the school day and listened to talks from each organisation to develop their thinking on careers.

    • Year 7 Rugby Squad Retain County 7s Title


      The Year 7 1st XV retain County 7s rugby title by winning all their games.

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