Welcome to Newport Free Grammar School

 Awarded Academy status in 2012.
 
As the new Headteacher, I would like to take the opportunity to thank you for visiting our site and taking an interest in our Academy. NFGS is on the move. Our tradition and pedigree has long been established; in our 425th year we are continuing to shape our young people as the leaders and pioneers of the future and empowering them to reach new heights and achievements. Our students are our biggest asset and our ambassadors; they are at the heart of everything we do.

At Newport we will drive up standards by:
•  Believing in the individual and the groups we are a part of.
•  Ensuring learning is at the centre of everything we do.
•  Never relenting on driving the standard of teaching to new heights.
•  Sharing our successes and expanding the opportunities for our young people.
•  Never being ashamed of setting the highest expectations and aspirations for our students and our staff.
•  Recognising the moral responsibility we all have based on respect, integrity and understanding.
•  Engaging with our communities at all levels, be it locally, nationally or internationally.

I am privileged to be the Headteacher at Newport and am looking forward to working with all the people who combine to make NFGS what it is. For us this is an exciting time: we have excellent resources, dedicated and talented staff, wonderful opportunities and, above all, students who exemplify what we stand for and who are being supported and challenged to be the best they can be. Whether you are a current student or parent , a prospective parent or staff member, or one of our 1000 Old Newportonians, I hope the website provides you with the information you are looking for; if not, please contact us at the Academy. It is by working together that we get stronger.
Gordon Farquhar

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Latest News

2014 Exams Timetables

Please click here to see the timetable for the 2014 exams.

Evening at the Musicals!

The music department invite you to celebrate spring with an evening at the musicals. The annual spring concert will be held in the hall on Tuesday 18th March and will start at 7pm. Tickets are available from the finance office.

NFGS Presents Terry Pratchett’s Wyrd Sisters

This March NFGS will be performing their rendition of Terry Pratchett’s Wyrd Sisters.
Please see the news article above for prices and dates of the performance.

Cambridgeshire U16 County Indoor Hockey Championships

Newport Free Grammar School’s U16 Boys have qualified for the East of England finals to be held at Bedford School on December 8th with the prize for the top two teams of participating in the National Finals...

Representative Hockey Success


Newport Free Grammar School student George Pitfield has been selected to join the National Age Group U16 Squad of 26 players...

SEN Parents Evening


Please find the PowerPoint presentation from the SEN Parents Evening, here.

Sixth Form Open Evening

Our Sixth Form Open Evening was held on Thursday 21st November.

Newport Free Grammar School students have once again demonstrated strong GCSE performance. For the second year in a row over a quarter of the grades were at A* and A .

NFGS students set a 5 year best

Students from the Academy in Newport smashed previous benchmarks in terms of attainment at A level and the students are set to set another record as the number who will be in a position to accept offers from Russell Group universities has also increased.

Cambridgeshire U14 Girls County Hockey Tournament
Newport Free Grammar School’s U14 Girls travelled all the way to Wisbech very early on a damp and dreary morning but returned having secured their place in the East of England finals which are to be held at Bedford in November by winning the U14 Cambridgeshire Championship.

Bishop’s Stortford & District U18 Girls Hockey Tournament

Newport Free Grammar School eventually ran out convincing champions when they beat Hockerill by six goals in the final.

Bishop’s Stortford & District U14 Girls Hockey Tournament

Newport Free Grammar School retained the U14 Bishop’s Stortford and District U14 Girls Hockey shield in convincing style with the contest involving a round robin format between the top four schools from the previous year’s U13 competition. 


 
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