Saturday 23rd June saw the coming together of Old Stops, Stockport Grammar staff and friends of the school for our annual summer barbecue.
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Stockport Grammar School’s geography department turned up the heat this summer with an exciting trip to the Azores Islands in the Atlantic Ocean, 1500 miles west of Portugal.
’The Silver Stars at Play’ is a new collection of world premiere recordings of contemporary Christmas carols sung by Kantos Chamber Choir, directed by Elspeth Slorach. The CD features carols from former SGS Music Master, Douglas Steele, and renowned British recorder player and fellow Old Stopfordian, John Turner (OS 1961). The CD will be released… Read more »
Glorious weather accompanied the sporting triumphs of the Junior School’s sports days. Divided into two events, first to take to the field were Pre-Reception to Year 2 who came out to show their families the skills they had learned through the Summer Term.
184 mathematicians from 27 primary schools across Greater Manchester gathered at Stockport Grammar School on the 21st June for the annual Maths Challenge for Year Five children.
Senior School musicians were able to demonstrate their quality and enjoyment of their art at this year’s Music Festival.
Year Three pupils have been studying Grasmere in their Humanities lessons and were excited to see the village on their annual trip to the Lake District.
Twenty teams of keen golfers took to the course on Thursday 14th June at Stockport Golf Club for the annual Stockport Grammar School Bursary Golf Day in association with Brewin Dolphin.
A mixed group of 15 Lower Sixth and Fourth Year pupils, each with a keen interest in Politics, International Relations and Law, were rewarded for an early start with an action-packed visit to Westminster.
Glorious weather and a light-hearted programme allowed younger musicians in the Senior School the opportunity to show what they are able to do at the Lower School Concert.
Every fortnight we produce a newsletter detailing all of the great things going on in the Junior School and Pre-Reception.
Former footballer Regan Walker spoke to Junior School pupils about how his life changed when he was diagnosed with an extremely rare form of cancer.
Lower Sixth pupils attended a two-day Higher Education conference held at the school to assist them with their forthcoming applications for University, Higher and Degree level apprenticeships and the world of work.
Our aim is to provide exceptional sport and fitness opportunities for every child by offering a diverse and inclusive programme – the First Years have enjoyed getting fully involved, with over 97% choosing to take part in at least one co-curricular sport.
Marvellous mathematicians at Stockport Grammar School celebrated a prestigious code-breaking double after winning both the Alan Turing Cryptography Competition and the National Cipher Challenge. Girls and boys were strongly represented in our winning teams – Stockport Grammar’s co-educational ethos giving everyone the opportunity to work together and thrive across the full range of subjects including… Read more »
Early Years and Key Stage One pupils have been building on their classroom learning by going on excursions to a range of wonderful local attractions.
Fourth Year pupil Kate Langton and Second Year Bella Platt were the winners of this year’s MasterChef competition.
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