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  • Rugby is another of our specialisms at SGS with our focus on improving our U13 and U15 squads in preparation for our big upcoming competitions. Our Rugby Club is attended by students of all years –
  • Netball is one of our most popular sports here at SGS; this is proven by consistent high numbers at training sessions, an increased demand for fixtures and a high standard of ability across all year
  • Hockey is one of our specialisms at SGS and our main focus is on our U13 and U15 girl’s teams who have both proven to be very successful in the past. Despite this our hockey club proves very popular
  • The SGS Football Club involves a range of committed students from all years 7-13 and encourages both boys and girls to play the sport. There is a football club every day at lunch time in school as
  • As Rowvember drew to a close it was the time of our indoor rowing stars to take to the stage in the annual DRET Rowing Cup. The Rowing Cup involved two boys and two girls from each year group -
  • The David Ross Education Trust has launched a consultation into the admission policy for Skegness Grammar School. Every school and academy in the country is required by law to keep an updated
  • THE ChristmAs CRACKER show When Wed 7 TH & Thurs 8 TH Dec 7pm – 8.30pm Where Main Hall Skegness Grammar School FEATURING · the Schools Shakespeare Festival performance · Sixth form Directed Dance
  • In the week that Andy Murray was named World Number One, one lucky Skegness Grammar School student had the opportunity to attend a training session with the tennis superstar. Following the talent he
  • Former England Rugby 7's Captain, Rob Vickerman, spent the day at SGS thanks to DRET last Thursday! Rob has been playing rugby since the age of 5 years old, he has played both Rugby Union and Rugby 7
  • It was an early start for SGS Football and netball athletes for the first major DRET sports event of the year but students and staff very excited for the day ahead. The Winter Cup, as ever, was a

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