The school has an intake in Year 7 & Year 9 and many of our Henfield students come to us from St Peters CE Primary School.
We also take pride in our successful Sixth Form College, offering both A Levels and the International Baccalaureate.
An OfSTED 'good with outstanding features', the school has good examination results, thanks to a comprehensive and successful programme ensuring each student is well prepared and has clear aspirational targets.
Following an inspection in October 2016, SGS Boarding has once again received an 'Outstanding' accolade from Ofsted.
We aim to help every child reach their potential and Be The Best That They Can Be!
Freya Taylor-Lester wins Steyning Grammar School project competition with her proposal to create a video of 'A day in the life of Henfield'
Year 8 student Emily Bower shortlisted for the Horse Of the Year Amateur Pathway Show (HOYS)
Dr Martin Warner, the Bishop of Chichester received a warm welcome at Steyning Grammar School
Steyning Grammar School Sixth Form College once again did their bit for charity.
Do you know about Pi Day? Each year on March 14th, the world over, people celebrate the most famous number, Pi also know as 3.14 or “?”.
SGS 400 Heritage Quilt March 2013 Update
Brighton Marathon - 14th April 2013 Fundraising Event
During February half term Steyning Grammar School ran a performance workshop, New Horizons.
2013 sees the twentieth anniversary of German exchanges
Between 11th and 14th February 2013, a group of IB students at Steyning Grammar School played cupid to raise funds for the British Heart Foundation.
On Friday 8th February, Steyning Grammar School held its fifteenth annual Sixth Form College Beliefs conference.
Community Update - The making of the quilt that tells the story of Steyning Grammar School and community links
1st February was an important date for SGS as students put on a talent show to raise funds for the education of 8 children in Malawi.
2013 sees the twentieth anniversary of exchanges between students at Steyning Grammar School and the Lycée Sainte Ursule in Luçon (French Vendée).
Getting to Mars is what IB students at Steyning Grammar School were expected to achieve in just 48 hours.