Status: Girls grammar school Percentage of candidates with 5 or more A*-C GCSEs including English and maths: 100 Percentage of entries graded A*/A: 91.1 Founded in 1880, The Tiffin Girls' School has the motto 'sapere aude' – dare to be wise – which, according to the school requires pupils "to be brave enough to take risks".
Situated in Hampstead, London, the school first opened to pupils in January 1912, the product of years of work by Henrietta Barnett to establish a girls' school in the area. Originally opened as the 'Institute Kindergarten and High School', Queen Mary laid the foundation stone of ‘The Barnett School’ in 1918.
King Edward VI Camp Hill School For Boys King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Boys is a highly selective Grammar School in Birmingham, United Kingdom. It is one of the most academically successful schools in the United Kingdom, currently ranked 4th among state schools.
Wilson's School is a boys' Grammar school with academy status in Wallington in the London Borough of Sutton. The school educates approximately 1,100 pupils, with entry by academic selection based on performance in an entrance examination. GCSE and A-Level results consistently places the school within the top-10 schools in the country.
10. Colchester County High for Girls. Status: Girls grammar school with academy status. Percentage of candidates with 5 or more A*-C GCSEs including English and maths: 100 . Percentage of entries graded A*/A: 87.57. Founded at the beginning of the last century, Colchester County High School for Girls moved to its current home, one mile out of Colchester centre, in 1957.
3. Reading School. Status: Boys grammar school. Percentage of candidates with 5 or more A*-C GCSEs including English and maths: 100. Percentage of entries graded A*/A: 89.83. Reading school dates back to 1125 when it was supposedly founded as part of Reading Abbey.
5. Tonbridge Grammar School. Status: Co-educational grammar school. Percentage of candidates with 5 or more A*-C GCSEs including English and maths: 100. Percentage of entries graded A*/A: 89.46. The school was established as an all-girls school in 1905 and was based on the top floor of Tonbridge Library where it initially educated only 19 students.
As were many Catholic schools in London at that time, it was a small fee-paying school serving the parish. Under the Education Act 1944, in 1958, St. Michael's became a voluntary aided grammar school to complement the all-boys Finchley Catholic Grammar School (now Finchley Catholic High School).
The school in its current state was formed from an agreement in 1896 between two schools, St Olave's Grammar School (Charter 1571), and St Saviour's Grammar School (Charter 1562). A sister school, St Saviour's and St Olave's Church of England School, was established in 1903.
Tiffin School is a selective boys' grammar school in Kingston upon Thames, southwest London, England. It has specialist status in both the performing arts and languages. The school moved from voluntary aided status to become an Academy School on 1 July 2011.
The school is also twinned with Wallington County Grammar School for Boys, in many events due to both the schools being in the same area as each other. Girls can join the boys' school's sixth form. Around 2000 girls each year apply for 210 available places.
The Pate’s Grammar School community is deeply saddened by the death of a distinguished teacher and colleague, Chris Morgan, who passed away in his sleep on Tuesday. Chris was an outstanding History teacher who had enriched the life of thousands of students and prompted so many to follow his passion for the subject at University.
Welcome to Newstead Wood School Newstead Wood School is a highly selective girls’ state secondary school, with a co-educational Sixth Form. Our catchment radius covers a wide, rich range of socio-economic and ethnic areas: over 40% of students are from ethnic minorities and many of our students will be the first of their families to enter Higher Education.
Townley Grammar School is a grammar school with academy status for girls on Townley Road, Bexleyheath, in the London Borough of Bexley, England. It was previously known as Bexley Technical High School for Girls. The school consists of Years 7-11, single sex (girls), and a mixed-sex sixth form.
Relationships are strong and supportive. There’s always a lot going on and, to an extent which is perhaps unusual, girls of different ages work unselfconsciously together, collaborating on the colourful range of events and activities that make up the fabric of the Woodford school year and contribute to the distinct ethos of the place.
The school maxim is ‘Learn, Serve, Lead’ and this epitomises our approach in all we do. Students are given many opportunities to develop – socially, academically and personally – we are proud of the way they embrace life. Please find time to visit the school and experience it for yourself.
Sutton Grammar School (formerly Sutton Grammar School for Boys) is a selective grammar school for boys aged 11–18 and one of the top-performing schools in England. Located in South London, the School's main site is in Sutton and its playing fields are in neighbouring Cheam.
Sutton Coldfield Grammar School for Girls has a long tradition of providing students with a high quality, broad and balanced education. This is a happy and purposeful learning environment, where staff and students work together and enjoy coming to school.
What The Good Schools Guide says Head teacher. Since 2006, Jane Beever (40s). Mrs Beever came to the school as deputy head in 2002. Three years later she took over from Sister Patricia as the school’s first lay head teacher. Previously she taught modern languages at Impington Village College in Cambridge.
We are very proud of our school and our mission which is encapsulated in three words: “transforming life chances.” As an individual school we nurture habits of excellence in all aspects of school life – academic, creative, sporting and in responsible behaviour. This is why RGS is a happy, caring and exceptionally successful school.
Welcome to Dover Grammar School for Girls. Dover Grammar School for Girls is a school which fosters excellent academic standards combined with a strong and caring community. It is also an innovative school where staff are encouraged to look constantly at various ways of improving every aspect of our work.
Skipton Girls' High School, Gargrave Road, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 1QL 01756 707600 Northern Star Academies Trust is a growing multi-academy trust in the north of England and comprising four schools: Skipton Girls’ High School , Harrogate High School , New Park Primary Academy and Hookstone Chase Primary School.