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Great Glen, Leicestershire

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‘19 Certificate of Excellence, 2019

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Leicester Grammar School is one of the UK's top-performing co-educational HMC independent schools for pupils aged 11-18. The School is based in Great Glen, South Leicestershire on a purpose built 75 acre campus, which was opened in 2008 by HM Queen Elizabeth II.

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N
28 October 2019

Really good school no bullying but a lot of homework 3 hours a day maybe for Year 8

M
16 September 2018

Brilliant school with high standards of education delivered by exceptional teaching staff and support team. I’m so proud that my children are associated with this school.

T
23 July 2018

This school deserves more than one star because their sports teams are and have always been fantastic and they are very dedicated in representing the school in various academic competitions and they always get great results in their general academics :) ;) :-D

I
22 August 2017

Thank you for choosing us for planetarium presentations. Was very impressed with school overall. We look forwards to working with you again. Best regards

J
18 November 2016

It's a great school

A
9 February 2012

An excellent school which gives an excellent start to students life. The quality of teaching is exceptional and the provided services are second to none. Overall a highly prized school which produces great students. More...

A
27 May 2009

Leicester Grammar School is a school situated in Great Glen, moved from central Leicester. It is next to it's sister school Leicester Grammar Junior School. The school fields create a beautiful atmosphere, especially when the weather is nice. The school runs from Year 6 (Prep Form) to Year 11, and it also has it's own two Sixth Forms. The school is run my Mr CPM King and the school teaches a variety of subjects ranging from Maths to Economics. When the Queen of England was visiting Leicester, she oficially opened the school, along with The Duke of Edinburugh. More...

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