Welcome to Lewes Old Grammar School

The School has long been established at the centre of the historic county town of East Sussex and is proud that it can trace its origins back to the educational foundation started by Agnes Morley during the reign of Henry VIII.

The School moved to its current site at the top of Lewes High Street in the early 18th century and over the years has become affectionately known as LOGS.

The academic standing of LOGS is strong and growing but not to the detriment of its traditional friendly and supportive ethos.

We like to think of ourselves as not only an exceptionally happy school - but also a busy and purposeful community.

Lewes Old Grammar School is owned by the Lewes Old Grammar School Trust a Company Registered in England and Wales Number: 9561129

Registered Office: Tyne House, 140 High Street, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 1XS

Lewes Old Grammar School Trust is a registered Charity: Charity Number 1163491


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Our Community

Thu, 27/04/2017 - 09:00 Junior Maths Challenge
Wed, 03/05/2017 - 09:00 Election of Head Prefect
Wed, 03/05/2017 - 09:00 Morley House Wood Mills (Year 5)


Talent Show in Aid of Comic Relief

A mime artist, a dancing Chewbacca and a ventriloquist were just some of the wild and whacky talents on display at Lewes Old Grammar School on Frid

Students Go Really Wild on Finland School Trip

Learning how to build an ice shelter before you perish from the Arctic cold and having to fend for yourself on a deserted island in the South China

Olympic Ace Inspires School Sports Star

Olympian and hockey ace Chloe Rogers paid a visit to Lewes Old Grammar School this week, to present a prestigious sports scholarship to a Year 8 pu

Musicians Gain Places in East Sussex Chamber Orchestra

Congratulations to violinists Julia Hinton, year 10 and Henry Hiley, year 8 who have both been successful in gaining places in East Sussex String C

Student Concert Raises Hundreds in Memory of Schoolmate ‘Fish’

A school concert held every year since 2001 in tribute to a pupil who lost his life to cancer, raised £740 to fund research into teenage bone disea