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School:Loughborough Grammar School
Type of School: day&boarding school for boys
Age range: 10-18
Number of students: 1010
Number of boarders: 60
International Students: 5%
Teacher:pupil ratio: 1:12
Annual boarding fees: 25929(GBP/Year)
Website: http://www.lesgrammar.org
Detail

Founded in 1495, Loughborough Grammar School is one of the oldest and most academically able schools in England, educating over 1,000 boys.  Situated on a wonderful, tree-lined campus, at its centre is a handsome Victorian College quadrangle, complemented in the 20th century by the sympathetic addition of an English Centre with an integral Studio Theatre and a Modern Languages complex.  Other recent developments include an Art and Design Centre, a Refectory, a well-equipped Sports Hall and a newly-completed Science Park.

Academic Profile:
Very strong in the Sciences and Mathematics but offering a full range of subjects at Advanced Level.  Many boys go on to study Engineering, Mathematics, Medicine, and Pure Sciences at university but an equal number pursue Arts subjects to degree level.

Results for 2015
GCSE:  33.3% A* ,61% A* - A
IGCSE Maths – 57%  A* , 82% A* - A
Physics 80%A*-A

A  Level:

46%A*-A

Further Maths 85%A*-A:100%A*-B     Maths 67%A*-A


Accommodation and Facilities     
There are two separate and well-appointed Boarding Houses: Denton House and School House. Denton House has been extended and refurbished, caters for boys aged 10 -18: School House, also undergoing extensive refurbishment, caters for boys in Year 12 and 13 only.  In addition to the on-site Boarding Houses, members of staff and their families who live very near to the school also accommodate some senior boys.
The Boarding Houses are at the heart of the campus and each is staffed by a senior Housemaster and his family who live in their own separate accommodation within the houses.  Main meals are taken in the School Refectory but each House has its own kitchen where boarders can make themselves snacks and drinks. The houses are networked to the campus computer system enabling boys to access work areas, use e-mail to keep in touch with their families, and have supervised access to the internet.  Boarders also have supervised access to a well-equipped Sports Hall and an indoor Swimming Pool.

GCSE
Art and Design, Biology, Chemistry, Classical Civilisation, Computing, Design and Technology, Drama and Theatre Studies, English, English Literature, French, Geography, German, Greek, History, Latin, Mathematics, Music, Physics, Religion and Philosophy, Spanish.

A Level Subjects
Art and Design, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Classical Civilisation, Computing, Design and Technology, Drama and Theatre Studies, Economics, English, Food Nutrition and Health, French, Further Mathematics, General Studies, Geography, German, Government and Politics, Greek, History, Latin, Mathematics, Music, Physics, Psychology, Latin, Religion and Philosophy, Spanish.

Oxbridge and London Universities
The school has an enviable record of success in sending pupils to Oxford and Cambridge Universities.  On average some 15 – 20 go on to Oxbridge colleges each year, together with a similar number to London University colleges.

Special Features
A Science Park comprising Biology, Chemistry and Physics buildings, provides outstanding facilities for these subjects, and a Mathematics Centre was completed in the Spring of 2013.  A purpose-built, design award-winning Music School provides world-class facilities for individual tuition in a wide range of instruments as well as academic music lessons.


Student profile
Chun Hei (David) Li joined the school as a boarder in September 2008.  Now studying Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Spanish at A Level he achieved outstanding results at GCSE, gaining 8 A* and 2 A grades.  He is a member of the school Combined Cadet Force RAF Section and has been awarded a Gliding Scholarship; he plays side-drum in the Contingent Corps of Drums; he is currently preparing to complete his Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award; and he has represented the school at basketball. He chose the school after meeting the Headmaster in Hong Kong and loves its environment with its attractive buildings, mature trees and spacious campus. His aim is to study medicine at a British university.



Address:
Loughborough Grammar School
Burton Walks, Loughborough
LE11 2DU
Location:  
Loughborough, Leicestershire
Birmingham - 55 miles