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Sixth Form News


  • A-Level Results: Celebrations for the Class of 2018

    Our Upper Sixth were celebrating success this morning as they collected their A-Level results, with over 53% of all grades awarded at A* and A and 80% of results awarded at A* to B. 22% of all grades were awarded at A*.

    Saturday 25th August 2018

  • Sustainable Science Competition 2018

    Stockport Grammar School organised its first Sustainable Science Competition this July, challenging 52 Year 10 pupils from 8 local high schools.

    Wednesday 4th July 2018

  • Music Festival impresses a packed out Hallam Hall

    Senior School musicians were able to demonstrate their quality and enjoyment of their art at this year’s Music Festival.

    Thursday 28th June 2018

  • Action-packed Westminster visit gives political insight

    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.

    Wednesday 20th June 2018

  • Higher Education conference provides invaluable insight

    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.

    Monday 11th June 2018

  • Celebration time at the Leavers’ Concert

    This year’s Leavers’ Concert had a celebratory feel as we said goodbye to our Upper Sixth musicians.

    Friday 11th May 2018

  • Double coding delight for our marvellous mathematicians

    Marvellous mathematicians at Stockport Grammar School are celebrating a prestigious code-breaking double after winning both the Alan Turing Cryptography Competition and the National Cipher Challenge.

    Tuesday 1st May 2018

  • Summer Concert spectacular in the sunshine

    The Music department were straight back into action during the first week of the new term as they held the Summer Concert.

    Tuesday 24th April 2018

  • Showcasing musical excellence

    Exceptional musicianship was on display as the school community came together for two significant events, Founder’s Day and the Spring Concert.

    Thursday 29th March 2018

  • The numbers add up for our Maths masterminds

    Our Maths department are celebrating two marvellous mathematical achievements after pupils triumphed out of 3,500 teams to win the National Cipher Challenge and excelled in the Senior Maths Challenge.

    Friday 2nd March 2018

  • Dazzling dancers delight audience with ‘all that jazz’

    Girls and boys from First Year to the Upper Sixth pulled out all the stops to make this year’s Dance Show a spectacular success.

    Wednesday 28th February 2018

  • Chamber Choir perform at Christ’s College, Cambridge

    The Chamber Choir braved a cold and frosty morning to make a trip to the University of Cambridge to sing Evensong with the Chapel Choir of Christ’s College.

    Tuesday 27th February 2018

  • Classics Play performances delight audiences

    This year’s Classics Play, Euripides’ ‘Medea’, produced and directed by Head of Classics, Mr Alastair Thorley, brought packed out audiences face-to-face with the darkness of human nature.

    Saturday 17th February 2018

  • Spanish sojourn for Finley after Albert Johnston Travel Award success

    Upper Sixth pupil Finley Nolan is looking forward to a trip to Spain after being chosen as the winner of this year’s Albert Johnston Travel Award.

    Wednesday 7th February 2018

  • Upper Sixth celebrate university offers

    Congratulations to our Upper Sixth as they celebrate offers from prestigious institutions across the country including ten places at the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, representing 10% of the year group.

    Monday 29th January 2018

  • Historians experience an insightful and thought-provoking trip to the Civil War Centre

    Fourteen Upper Sixth History pupils ventured to Newark during the Autumn term in order to explore its richly packed National Civil War Centre.

    Monday 15th January 2018

  • Sporting Excellence

    An impressive first half to the winter sports season has seen girls and boys excel as individuals and within their teams.

    Wednesday 3rd January 2018

  • Sporting Excellence

    An impressive first half to the winter sports season has seen girls and boys excel as individuals and within their teams.

    Wednesday 3rd January 2018

  • Debating Society welcomes Edwina Currie

    The Debating Society welcomed former Conservative MP and Junior Health Minister Edwina Currie to debate the motion Margaret Thatcher was good for Britain.

    Wednesday 6th December 2017

  • DrugFAM co-founder speaks at Shaa lecture

    Elizabeth Burton-Phillips, co-founder of the Drugs and Alcohol support charity DrugFAM, visited the school to deliver the second Shaa lecture of the academic year to the Sixth Form.

    Thursday 30th November 2017