On Tuesday 17th October we are holding our Sixth Form Open Evening and visitors are warmly invited to attend.
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Boys and girls in Year Four experienced life as Romans and Vikings on their residential trip to York.
First Year pupils got to know each other well during an activity-packed three day residential trip at Dearne Valley.
Year Two pupils were joined by members of their family for an Art Afternoon as they showed off their artistic ability to create collages of L. S. Lowry’s work.
Stockport Grammar School was the proud host of the latest Diana Award Be Strong Online Ambassador training programme.
The editorial team of SGS Historian are celebrating after their publication was named as joint ‘Best School History Magazine’ at the Young Historian Awards.
Exciting changes have taken place in our Pre-Reception – formerly Nursery – classroom and the children have settled in with confidence and excitement for the term ahead.
Bishop Libby Lane visited to speak to Senior School pupils in assembly and to meet with the school’s A-level Religious Studies pupils.
Seventy-four adventurous Year Five pupils spent three action-packed days at the Hollowford Centre in the Peak District on their residential trip.
At the Junior School’s first assembly of the academic year, Headmaster Mr Tim Wheeler awarded badges to the Year Six pupils that have been selected as senior prefects and house and team captains.
The music of Stockport Grammar School’s inspirational late Music Master, Mr Douglas Steele, has been included in The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music’s (ABRSM) new singing syllabus for candidates who will be taking exams from January 2018 onwards.
Forty one intrepid explorers embarked on an exciting expedition to Borneo where they spent 21 days trekking through the jungle, climbing South East Asia’s tallest mountain, scuba diving and helping out with community projects.
Renowned British recorder player and fellow Old Stopfordian, John Turner (OS 1961), has released his new album ‘Christmas Card Carols’. The album includes a collection of striking and varied new carols composed by John Turner, and features the work of Stockport Grammar’s inspirational former music master, Mr Douglas Steele.
The 2017 Upper School Drama Performance will take place in the Main Hall on Tuesday 14th and Wednesday 15th November. This year’s production is ‘Dreams of Anne Frank’ by Bernard Kops, a dramatic interpretation of her diary. Ticket prices and information will be announced in due course.
Our Upper Sixth were celebrating success this morning as they collected their A-level results, with a 100% pass rate and almost three-quarters of results awarded at A* to B. From a year group of 109 pupils, 27 were awarded all A* and A grades.
GCSE pupils were enjoying the results of their hard work this morning with over 81% of results awarded at A* to B. Forty pupils out of the year group of 135 have achieved at least 9 A* and A grades.
You are warmly invited to join us at our Senior School, Junior School and Pre-reception Open Morning on Saturday 16th September.
Stockport Grammar School has an impressive and comprehensive range of facilities to support pupils’ development inside and outside the classroom. Each department is housed in well-equipped rooms offering pupils the perfect atmosphere in which to learn. Outside the classroom our facilities include a swimming pool, a climbing wall, an all-weather pitch and numerous grass pitches;… Read more »
Pupils, parents and governors gathered for an evening of music, celebration and reflection as the Junior School Prizegiving brought the year to a close.
The annual Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Presentation Evening celebrated the achievements of the more than 300 pupils who this year took part in the Award at Bronze, Silver and Gold levels.