Lewes Old Grammar School is a successful co-educational day school for pupils from age 4 to 18. We are situated in the heart of Lewes and each school has its own unique identity.
Pre-Reception – Year 6
Morley House is an exciting place to be educated. Traditional values underpin a very modern education in which a love of learning is at the centre of everything we do. Our focus is on the whole child, on discovering how they learn and what their passions are; we are committed to bringing out the best in each and every one of our pupils, and to helping them reach their full academic potential in a warm and nurturing environment. Our children feel valued as individuals, and take great pride in becoming part of Lewes Old Grammar School’s vibrant and caring community.
We are conscious that we are preparing our pupils for a rapidly changing world. The breadth of our curriculum introduces them to the intellectual, creative and philosophical challenges of technology, science and the arts. Our Forest School enables them to grow in confidence and resilience, and to work alongside their friends on team building activities, whilst developing sensitivity and awareness of the environment. Our rich and varied programme of sport and extra-curricular activity allows each child to discover and develop their unique talents.
LOGS Senior School and Sixth Form
11 – 18
Lewes Old Grammar School is a nurturing and trusting community where we place emphasis on encouraging each child to meet his or her potential.
When pupils join the Senior School in Year 7, they are beginning a journey that will lead them to their final qualifications. We all know the importance of excellent qualifications. They give us choices in life: they are the passports to a career, but by themselves, they do not define success.
Our staff and pupils work very hard together to ensure strong academic results, but of equal importance is that the pupils who come through our school are well-mannered, kind and considerate to those around them. Individuals are taught that they should see themselves as being members of a community which cares and provides for them and they, in turn, have a responsibility to contribute to the well-being and progress of the school community as a whole.