The Attendance Team ran a competition where students had to attend school every day for 6 weeks. 11MRO (Curie College) were the best attending form!
We launched a fantastic competition for 5 lucky students to find out what nationalities are in their DNA tracing back over hundreds of years! The competition winners received their DNA testing kit yesterday.
A number of students from Curie College have been selling daffodils to raise funds for the Marie Curie Great Daffodil Campaign and they have raised £202!
A huge well done to all who took part in our 1k & 5k school fun run over the weekend! There was a fantastic atmosphere and brilliant support from all who was involved!
A big well done to 4 students who took part in the UKMT Team Maths Challenge this week. An enjoyable day was had by all at Lancaster Royal Grammar School. Our students did us very proud.
Over the weekend 67 students in Y9 completed a three day practice expedition. Congratulations!
Over the weekend Mrs Trohear and Miss Wignall complete the hottest London Marathon on record for Edward (MeningitisNow). A huge thanks to all the support given by staff, students & parents.
The Attendance Team ran a competition between 29th January and 13th April where students were asked to pick a partner and for them to both be in every day, on time during this period to win £100 to share.
A former student will be launching a new venture at the Lytham Hall Estate. 'The Leafy Lytham Garden Hub' opens to the public on Sunday 22nd April.
A Year 11 student who is an Army Cadet has been selected to go to Canada during Summer for the International Cadet Exchange Expedition. Only 12 Army Cadets in the whole country are selected for this!
We've had some excellent results for the optional homework organised by MEM and students are invited to Mathematical Recreation at the university of Liverpool on 9th May 2018!
Even though a few weeks have past since International Women's Day, we have been continuing our work by spending form time discussing why we still need to "Press for Progress". The photo gallery below shows what our Form groups have decided to do to achieve this.