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Coordinates: 50°52′19″N 0°00′18″E / 50.872°N 0.005°E / 50.872; 0.005

Lewes Old Grammar School in Lewes, East Sussex, is an independent co-educational day school accredited by the Independent Schools Council. Its current headmaster is Robert Blewitt.

The Junior School, for ages 4–11, is housed in its own building, while the Senior School is situated in the centre of Lewes, occupying three former townhouses, which are all grade II listed buildings. The curriculum followed includes three foreign languages, and sciences are studied as individual subjects at senior level. Expansions to the sixth form college have allowed for the study of Psychology, Theatre Studies and Graphic Design.

Emphasis is also placed on sports, music, drama, dance and other activities and on allowing pupils to develop individually to achieve their maximum potential.

The School has long been established at the centre of the historic country 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 has been at its current site at the top of the Lewes High Street since the 19th century and over the years has come to be 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 tightly connected community.

The School plans to stay around the following scheme :-

   Smaller Size
   Increasingly Independent
   Day School
   Tightly knitted community.

We believe this provides the ideal experience to promote a Lifelong Love of Learning.

The sixth form college produces a number of theatrical events, featuring the orchestra, choir and actors from the school.

History Of Sixth Form Heads

(2009 - 2010) Head Prefect: Dannielle Harmer-Strange Deputy Head Prefects: Jack Button, Alex Sherwood

(2008 - 2009) Head Prefect: Alexander Pawsey Deputy Head Prefects : Sarah Butti, Romy St. Clair

(2007 - 2008) Head Prefect: Annabel Mundroina Deputy Head Prefects: Thomas Spinks, Kayliegh Skinner-Penfold

(2006 - 2007) Head Prefect: Bennet Stanyer Deputy Head Prefects: Christopher Colburn, Georgia Taylor

(2005 - 2006) Head Prefect: James Eastbury Deputy Head Prefects: Tim Pullen, Emily Pearce

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