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  1. Wyggeston Grammar School for Boys was a grammar school in Leicester, England, in existence from 1876 to 1976. It was succeeded by the present-day Wyggeston and Queen Elizabeth I College.

  2. Wyggeston Grammar School for Boys. This page summarises records created by this Organisation. The summary includes a brief description of the collection (s)...

  3. Wyggeston Grammar School for Boys was a grammar school in Leicester, England, in existence from 1876 to 1976. Contents. History. Former pupils. Headmasters. Notable masters. Notes. It was succeeded by the present-day Wyggeston and Queen Elizabeth I College. History.

  4. The much-loved broadcaster remembers a biology teacher who shared his fascination with the natural world. Horace Lacey taught biology with gusto at Wyggeston Grammar School for Boys in Leicester when I was in the sixth form there during the 1940s. His enthusiasm for his subject spilled over.

  5. Wyggeston Grammar School for Girls, also known as Wyggeston Girls' Grammar School, was founded not long after the boys' school. In 1976 the site became Wyggeston Collegiate Sixth Form College, known as Regent College since 1996.

  6. The college now occupies a site adjoining Victoria Park and the University of Leicester that was previously occupied by Wyggeston Grammar School for Boys (also known as Wyggeston Boys' School). The school takes the Wyggeston name from the former school and from Wyggeston Grammar School for Girls, which both closed in the 1970s.

  7. All three boys attended Wyggeston Grammar School for Boys, now Wyggeston and Queen Elizabeth I College, which backs onto the University meaning they had a very short walk to school each day. Two other children lived in College House at this time.