GANF in the Media

13th March 2018

GANF Pupil Lynsday Recieves Child of Courage Award

3rd March 2018

Grantham School £1.4 Million Expansion in Progress

15th January 2018

GANF Brighten Up Grantham Hospital

12th January 2018

Donate your unwanted gifts to GANF/FOSA

7th January 2018

GANF Wins Internation School Award

20th December 2017

International School Award for Sandon School

16th October 2017

Grantham school awarded £10,000 lottery grant for exercise equipment

9th October 2017

Grantham School awarded £10,000 from National Lottery!

29th September 2017

GANF pupils attend opening at Jubilee Centre

13th September 2017

Grantham school installs sensory equipment in playground thanks to £10,000 Lottery grant

12th September 2017

Sandon School gets a new playground thanks to The National Lottery

10th September 2017

Local charities recieve Rotary Donations

6th September 2017

Grantham Sports College given £1.4m to expand with eight new classrooms

17th July 2017

Outdoor Classroom Opened in Memory of Former Fundraiser Gemma

7th July 2017

Grantham Schools Continue to be Outstanding

30th June 2017

Sandon School 'Outstanding'

19th June 2017

Grantham Sunrisers whisk pupils away for a fun day out

27th May 2017

Forest School Opening Raises Thousands

11th May 2017

GANF is worth every blister

8th May 2017

Pupil's walk virtually to German School


6th May 2017

Sale of Vintage Items to Support GANF

16th April 2017

Former pupil, "Will always be grateful to GANF"

6th April 2017

GANF School Instructors given thumbs up from Lincoln City Football Club

10th March 2017

GANF Pupil honoured at Child of Courage Awards

21st October 2016

GANF Pupil Wins National Bronze

6th October 2016

Mowbray Court Grand Re-Opening

23rd September 2016

Sandon Sensory Garden Offical Opening

13th August 2016

Spalding friends’ gruelling 900-mile cycle ride raises £3,000

25th July 2016

Grantham Teachers take on 1,000 mile cycling challenge

26th June 2016

Teacher Cycle from Lands End to John O'Groats

25th March 2016

Outdoor science project at Grantham school receives £10,000 boost

22nd March 2016

Children of Courage Awards 2016

10th March 2016

Children of Courage Awards 2016

24th August 2015 


17th August 2015 


3rd August 2015 

Grantham School presented with New Mini Bus

3rd July 2015

GANF say goodbye to long serving teacher

6th June 2015 


 6th March 2015 

Sandon pupil receives Child of Courage Award

4th March 2015 

Belvoir Cricket Trust works with GANF  


4th March 2015 

Nottingham Forest Stars to open school gym in Grantham

7th January 2015

Grantham School calls for donations of unwanted Christmas gifts

12th December 2014

Project to make outdoors accessible to all at GANF

1st December 2014

Grantham Primary joins Special Needs Trust

4th November 2014

Curry creates cash for GANF Gym

23rd October 2014

Grantham Additional Needs Fellowship 'thrilled' with fund towards gym

19th September 2014

PE Teacher joins England Bowls

19th September 2014

GANF pupils supported by The Jubilee Life Centre

2nd September 2014

Grantham Schools form a Multi Academy Trust

15th July 2014

Olympian Sports Day message for GANF pupils

4th July 2014

Grantham Pupil visits Houses of Parliament

25th June  2014

Masquerade Ball raises more than £2000 for GANF

11th June 2014

Indulgence Evening Raises over £1000 for GANF

5th April 2014

Retired Teaching Assistant at GANF, 'An Inspiration to all'

22nd March 2014

Grantham MP, Nick Boles bounces at GANF for Sport Relief

Wednesday 8th January 2014

Grantham law firm gives its support to schools

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 0710-Zoe Swim Grantham Journal


0710-Jubilee Internet Cafe



All the students at both schools are stars and like to keep in the press ...


Grantham Journal, Tuesday 26 March 2013 


Grantham Journal, Thursday 21 March 2013


Grantham Journal, Friday 8th February 2013


Grantham Journal, Tuesday April 10th, 2012 



Grantham Journal, Friday March 23, 2012


‘We’re grateful to be honoured like this’

Remarkable achievements and extraordinary strengths of character of five young people from Grantham were rewarded on Wednesday 21st March at the Children of Courage Awards.

In its first year, the ceremony aimed to recognise how the youngsters have overcome adversity to make the most of life.

The rewards were organised by the Rotary Club of Grantham Kesteven and held at the Ramada Hotel. Following the presentation, Paralympic dressage star Emma Sheardown gave a truly inspirational talk which brought tears to the eyes of many of the Rotarians, councillors and partners present.

Rotary president Marion Strange said: “it has been an emotional occasion”.

One by one, the brave youngsters were invited to the lecturn to collect their award.

Speaking afterwards, Daniel Storey, 15, from Ambergate Sports College, said: “This means a lot. I’m just happy that I can help the kids at the school and be an inspiration to them. It’s nice to be recognised.”

He was nominated by Principal in Charge of Pastoral Care, Ann White, who said, “This awards means the world to Daniel. This young boy has overcome so much in a short space of time. He will remember this for the rest of his life.”

Max Everett, a 16-year-old pupil of the Priory Ruskin Academy, said: “For the five of us here, it’s great to be recognised for how much trauma and pain we’ve been put through and how well we have done out of it. It means a lot to me and it’s nice to be recognised by adults.”

His nominee was science teacher and form tutor Jo Matthew. She said: “This is a good opportunity to view them as people and reward their courage and personal attributes.”

Casey Cant, 14, is a pupil of West Grantham Academy St Hugh’s. She was over the moon to have met Emma Sheardown, and was asked to present her with a bunch of flowers after her speech. Casey said: “I think it’s been really good today. I’ve had a good time, but I’ve been a bit nervous. It was good to meet Emma.”

Margaret Robinson nominated Casey. She said: “We’re really proud of her.”

Kesteven and Grantham Girls’ School pupil Stephanie Whincup, 16, said: “I’m really honoured to be invited here with everyone else. I think it’s good the Rotary Club is trying to make it a yearly event so pupils from different schools will have the same experience as me.”

Assistant Headteacher Jayne Tyler said: “This is a brilliant idea because within a school you know about these young people but this is a chance for the school to celebrate what they can achieve.”

Lauren Smith, 17, attends Walton Girls’ Sixth Form. She has an admirable ‘just get on with it’ attitude, but said: "It’s really good that everyone here has been recognised for what they’ve achieved."

Special educational needs co-ordinator Sandie Watkins said: “Lauren doesn’t realise how special she is. She’s very modest, never complains and never asks for help.“She just cracks on with her head down when, actually, she does wonderful things, but in a quiet and unimposing way.”

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The following is a recently published article about our success at the Teaching Awards ...



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