Red Nose Day - Friday 24th March


To raise money for Red Nose Day, there will be a non-uniform day on Friday 24th March. Donations of £1 are to be paid on the day. 

BBC School Report 2017


BBC News School Report News Day took place on Thursday 16th March; this year the Carre’s news reporters were working with BBC Radio Lincolnshire on a live broadcast of the station’s ‘Melvyn in the Morning’ between 9am and 12pm. This was broadcast live from the English department and was a wonderful opportunity for the boys involved. Click here to listen in on the BBC iPlayer.  Click here to read the stories created by the Carre's news reporters. 

Carre’s Grammar School is part of the Robert Carre Trust and is a highly successful grammar school in the market town of Sleaford.  We are boys only in Years 7 to 11 and co-educational in the Sixth Form as part of the highly successful Sleaford Joint Sixth Form.  We are pleased to have been graded by Ofsted as a Good school with Outstanding features in January 2013. 

Vacancy - Relief Catering Assistant


  

The Robert Carre Trust has vacancies for catering assistants to work in the canteens at Carre’s Grammar School and Kesteven and Sleaford High School on an ad hoc basis, to cover absences of catering colleagues.

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BBC News Report


On Thursday, 16th March, BBC School Report Day, a group of students from year 7 were lucky enough to be given the chance to co– host the ‘Melvyn in the Morning show from the English Department.

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U14 Dynamic National Schools’ Competition


Tuesday 21st February saw Carre’s Grammar School face Chesterton School in the U14 Dynamic National Schools’ Competition, following their qualification as Lincolnshire County Basketball Champions.

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U12 Dynamic National Schools’ Competition


Thursday 23rd February saw Carre’s Grammar School face Nottingham Academy in the U12 Dynamic National Schools’ Competition. This was the first year that Carre’s had entered the U12 competition and the boys had been working hard in training.

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