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Summer Reunion 2019

All Old Stopfordians are invited to join us for the Stockport Grammar School Summer Reunion Barbeque on Saturday 22nd June 2019 between 12 noon and 3pm.

Greek tragedy plays to packed audiences

This year’s Classics play, Euripides’ Greek tragedy ‘Andromache’, produced and directed by Head of Classics Mr Alastair Thorley, has been hailed a huge success.

Excelling in STEM

From excelling in competitions to taking part in workshops and listening to inspiring speakers, the first half of the school year has seen pupils enjoy a wide range of additional STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) activities. 

Bursary Golf Day 2019

Stockport Grammar School will be holding its annual Bursary Golf Day in association with Brewin Dolphin on Thursday 13th June 2019 at Stockport Golf Club, one of Cheshire’s premier golf venues. This is an excellent opportunity for relaxed and informal networking with friends and contacts and to raise your company’s profile with the school community…. Read more »

Holly’s GB hockey success

Congratulations to former pupil Holly Hunt (OS 2015), who has been selected in the Great Britain Hockey women’s squad to face New Zealand, Australia and China in the FIH Pro League.

Musicians excel ahead of RNCM Spring Concert

Ahead of this year’s Spring Concert, which is taking place at the prestigious Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM) on 21st March, our musicians have been impressing with selections for distinguished bands, outstanding Associated Board Music exam results, a visit to the Royal Albert Hall and award success.

Safer Internet Day

Junior and Senior School pupils marked Safer Internet Day with a range of engaging activities focused on staying safe when online.

Old Stopfordian Dinner

All Old Stopfordians are warmly invited to the Annual Dinner on Friday 15th March. Join us in the Hallam Hall for an evening of good food and company with the chance to catch up with old school friends. This black tie event is held each year on the evening of Founder’s Day.

Expert speakers raise environmental awareness

Environmental debates, climate change and vegetarianism are all high on the news agenda and a series of themed talks delivered by expert speakers from the University of Manchester and Stockport Grammar staff have brought added focus to the issues.

SPA Quiz Night 2019

The Stopfordian Parents’ Association will be holding their popular Quiz Night event on Friday 22nd March 2019. The Quiz takes place in the Dining Hall with a start time of 7.30pm prompt. Teams of up to six people can enter, at a cost of £8 per head. This covers entry to the Quiz and the… Read more »

Potential Fulfilled

It is quite understandable that we hope that children will ‘fulfil their potential’. As a parent, it is a comforting thought that my children will achieve as much as they possibly can, supported in this endeavour by home and by school: none of their human talents will remain dormant or even underdeveloped. Part of my… Read more »

A wonderful Winter Concert on a snowy night

It was apt that snow landed in Stockport during the day of the Winter Concert, giving the musical evening a festive feel and causing flurries of excitement amongst the younger performers.

Gender Pay Report

In line with all other organisations who employ more than 250 staff, Stockport Grammar School is required to publish their gender pay gap data. The gender pay gap shows the difference between the average earnings of men and women which is expressed as a percentage of men’s earnings. This requirement comes from the Equality Act… Read more »

Curiosity sparks independent research

Inspired by topics studied in school, a number of determined and creative Junior School pupils have taken it upon themselves to do some independent research and project work.

Aidan off to Athens after scooping Albert Johnston Travel Award

Upper Sixth student Aidan Hall is looking forward to visiting Athens and the Saronic Islands this summer to explore a modern European city and the birth place of Western analytical philosophical and political ideas after winning this year’s Albert Johnston Travel Award.

Year Six Production 2019

This year’s Year Six Production is ‘Mary Poppins’. There are two shows and they will take place in the Senior School Main Hall on Wednesday 3rd and Thursday 4th April with a start time of 7pm.