Loughborough Grammar School A GSG School
- Loughborough Grammar School
- Head: Mr Fisher
- T 01509 233233
- F 01509 218436
- E email@example.com
- W www.lesgrammar.org
- A mainstream independent school for boys aged from 10 to 18 with a linked senior school
- Boarding: Yes
- Local authority: Leicestershire
- Pupils: 1005
- Religion: Christian
- Fees: Day £11,433; Boarding £24,786 pa
- Open days: October
- Review: View the Good Schools Guide Review
- ISI report: View the ISI report
- Linked schools: Loughborough High School, Fairfield Preparatory School
What the Good Schools Guide says..
Breadth rather than an exclusive drive towards good grades is the aim; a genuine wish to stimulate a sense of enquiry and wonder as well as accumulating knowledge. ‘I think the best thing about this school is that they trust...
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2016 Good Schools Guide Awards
- Best performance by Boys taking Spanish at an English Independent School (GCSE Full Course)
All-through school (for example 3-18 years). - An all-through school covers junior and senior education. It may start at 3 or 4, or later, and continue through to 16 or 18. Some all-through schools set exams at 11 or 13 that pupils must pass to move on.
What The Good Schools Guide saysBreadth rather than an exclusive drive towards good grades is the aim; a genuine wish to stimulate a sense of enquiry and wonder as well as accumulating knowledge. ‘I think the best thing about this school is that they trust you,’ a leaver told us. Not a school for toffs...
Since April 2016, Duncan Byrne, previously second master at Cheltenham College. Studied modern and medieval languages at Cambridge, where he was a choral scholar; has been head of modern languages at Colfe's and Whitgift and assistant head at Habs' Boys.
As with much we encountered at Loughborough, the academic programme is carefully thought out. For the first three years the emphasis seems to be on learning for pleasure - or the pleasure of learning. Breadth rather than an exclusive drive towards good grades is the