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New Sixth Form facilities now open

Sixth Form Centre in use

Upper and Lower Sixth Form students at Stockport Grammar School have been enjoying fantastic new facilities thanks to development of the Sixth Form areas.

The students have a new modern space to call their own, featuring a large social space with a stunning glass roof, study rooms and a café.

The café, called Edmond’s, is named after the School’s foundation in 1487 by Sir Edmond Shaa who was Prime Warden of the Goldsmiths’ Company, Lord Mayor of London and Court Jeweller to three kings of England.

Senior School Headmaster, Dr Paul Owen said: “We are absolutely delighted by the success of our new Sixth Form facilities.

“They were designed with a great deal of input from our wonderful Sixth Form pupils and have transformed the space.

“We now have excellent social facilities to promote mixing between the Lower Sixth and Upper Sixth pupils as well as a stylish café area and some fantastic study and work spaces.

“The students have warmly welcomed the developments which support their academic endeavours as well as reinforcing the sense of community that underlies Stockport Grammar School.”

The Why Choose The Sixth Form? page offers information, such as exceptional teaching and expert guidance, on why Stockport Grammar School is the perfect place for Sixth Formers to study.