On Wednesday 19th October, Beverley 6th Formers from Beverley Grammar, High School and Longcroft attended an event to highlight the many options available to our students once they leave 6th Form.
Download the letters sent home about the 6th Form Working Choices Event, and the Post-16 Options Evening for Year 11 students and parents here.
We are delighted that we have another set of outstanding A Level results. The pass rate is 99% with 50% achieving grade A*/B – up 5% from last year. 27% of our results were A*. We would like to congratulate all our magnificent students. Their hard work and effort has certainly paid off. Their attitude […]
Beverley Grammar School has had its best ever results for GCSE! 84% of the year achieved 5 A*-C grades (up 6%) 69% achieved 5 A*-C grades with Maths and English (up 2%) 100% of our boys achieved 5 A*-G passes or more. Once again with have a boy with the maximum 13 A*s (Geoffrey Ma) […]
If you’re still undecided about whether or not to come to the Showcase this year, this promotional trailer should hopefully convince you! Tickets are on sale now in the school library, priced at just £4 for adults and £2 for concessions.
Our annual showcase is taking place this Thursday, 14th July. Once again, we hope to entertain you with song and dance and drama. It is always a fabulous, fun, frolicking evening (note the power of 3 and alliteration, boys!). Do come along and celebrate the end of a year of achievement and success at BGS […]
Dave Thirlwall of the Living History Project at Murton Park, York has been coming to the school for seven years now giving history talks to the lower school. The emphasis is on showing what the past looked like and how tools and weapons worked in the flesh (well not quite!). Several boys get to be […]
At the end of May, our Year 13 students took part in a (very unofficial!) sports day to provide some much-needed light relief at the start of their study leave. We hope you enjoy the pictures and video highlights!
In May, our A-Level Theatre Studies students performed their plays to a very appreciative audience. The dramatizations ranged from a modern interpretation of Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth’, filled with intense dialogue and heightened emotion, to George Orwell’s ‘1984’, a powerful play supported by the latest in technological media. We think our Year 12 and Year 13 students […]
While the weather this winter was most definitely snow joke (sorry), we can’t help but think that the school looks at its best in the wintry weather. So now that spring has sprung and it’s starting to feel a little warmer, it’s obviously an appropriate time to show you these photos (!), taken by Mr […]