A selection of photographs taken at the Carol Service held at Beverley Minster in December 2013 can be viewed by clicking here.
Following the school’s decision to put the students first and enter all of the current year 11 for the November sitting of the English GCSE, we are pleased to announce that 76% of the students gained A* to C, a huge 14% improvement on last year. Click to read more.
At the end of a long and challenging term, I thought it appropriate to give you an update on the progress we have made, and the developments that have been implemented. Click to read more.
This is Bartek K and Josh H, two students currently in year 9, who took part in the French trip on the last week of the school year. It was a fantastic 4 days, where we learned a lot about French culture, history, and made lots of new friends. Click to read our report.
A mixed year for the students of Beverley Grammar School. 77.3% of our boys gained 5A* to C grades and 56.4% achieved 5A* to C including English and Mathematics. Click to read more about some of our outstanding achievers, and to see photographs from the morning.
We are pleased that we have another set of very good A Level results. The pass rate is 98% with 52% achieving A*/A/B grades. A quarter of our results were A*or A grades. We would like to congratulate all our students; their hard work has certainly paid off. Click for photos, and to read more.
Young Engineers Macsen and Tom from Beverley Grammar School recently secured a top award at a national event in London. Click to read more.
On the morning of 18 June, Y9 students from Beverley Grammar School enjoyed free range of the Diggerland Yorkshire park.Their VIP visit was awarded as a prize for winning the Humber TeenTech challenges. Click to see plenty of photographs from the day.
As the staff band and 50 students filled the school hall with the sound of Fleetwood Mac’s hit Don’t Stop (thinking about tomorrow), our Grand Finale, at 9:30pm on Thursday 11th July, it struck me that this Showcase had passed in significantly more of a blur than usual! Click to read more.
The Big Bang STEM event hosted in the Elvington Air Museum, York brings together Yorkshire’s finest young engineers to show their talents and compete. Click to find out how are students got on!