Royal Grammar School Junior School (Newcastle) A GSG School
- Royal Grammar School Junior School (Newcastle)
Newcastle upon Tyne
- Head: Mr Craig
- T 01912 815711
- F 01912 120392
- E admissions@rgs…wcastle.sch.uk
- W www.rgs.newcastle.sch.uk
- A mainstream independent school for pupils aged from 7 to 11 with a linked senior school
- Boarding: No
- Local authority: Newcastle Upon Tyne
- Pupils: 256
- Religion: Non-denominational
- Fees: £10,251 pa
- Open days: November
- Review: View the Good Schools Guide Review
- Linked schools: Royal Grammar School (Newcastle)
What the Good Schools Guide says..
Choir, orchestra and bags of sport; the girls are north of England hockey champions and the boys field a number of tournament-winning winning football and rugby teams. Records are broken annually at the traditional summer sports day and having a...
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What The Good Schools Guide saysChoir, orchestra and bags of sport; the girls are north of England hockey champions and the boys field a number of tournament-winning winning football and rugby teams. Records are broken annually at the traditional summer sports day and having a pool on site means that they usually trounce the competition at swimming galas. Chess, drama productions, musical performances, river-dipping, sleepovers, ski trips and jaunts into the Lake District and beyond are all part of school life.
Since 1999, Mr Roland Craig BEd (Leeds), youthful, energetic early 60s, formerly at King’s Tynemouth where he enjoyed a ‘meteoric rise’ from teacher to deputy head. Member of the (inappropriately named) Cross Association of representatives from independent schools; also founding chair of the charity Dyslexia North East.
Married with two children, both at