World’s Biggest Life-Saving Lesson

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Restart A Heart Day 2017 – back from left to right – Rosemary Temple (Tadcaster Community First Responder), Ian Kendall (Community and Commercial Education Team), Julian Hall (Tadcaster Community First Responder), Fiona Steed (Tockwith Community First Responder) and Natalie Coulton (Technician Ambulance Service). Front from left to right – Year 8 students Annie Knipe, Jenny […]

TGS Seeks Former Students to Inspire New

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TGS First Cricket XI 1957: Back—Mr Cook, R Hall (scorer), Routledge, Carr, Bradley, Swift, Wilstrop, Headmaster Middle—Webster, Walker, Ralph, Fim, Gilpin, Wallis Front—Vatts, Rollinson Tadcaster Grammar School is seeking former students who can inspire the current generation to academic success and career confidence. TGS is one of 900 state secondary schools and colleges across Britain […]

A Level and GCSE Results

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GCSE This has been an extremely successful year for Year 11 students at Tadcaster Grammar School. They have certainly risen to the challenge of the new GCSEs in English and Maths, where achievements are measured using the new 9-1 grading system. Eighty per cent of students gained a grade 4 or higher in Maths and […]

Whole School Celebration Evening

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It was a night of celebration, as Tadcaster Grammar School recognised the outstanding achievements of its young people. Students were presented with numerous certificates and shields at the Whole School Celebration Evening, a time to reflect on a successful academic year and recognise hard work, progress and effort. Headteacher Martyn Sibley welcomed members of staff, […]

Class of 2017

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Tractors and sports cars stole the limelight, as Year 11 students from Tadcaster Grammar School arrived for their Prom. Out went stretch limousines and double decker buses, as students favoured open top sports cars to arrive in style. Tractors were also a popular mode of transport this year, with three arriving on site and one […]

Breaking With Tradition

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In a break with tradition, students at Tadcaster Grammar School have voted for two girls to lead the school forward as their new Head Students. Madeleine McLure and Penelope Meek, both Year 12 students, were voted by their peers to take up their positions for the next academic year, roles usually taken by a Head […]

Diana’s Legacy for Jemima

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Jemima received the Inaugural Legacy Award from The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry at St James’s Palace in London on 18 May. In her typically modest way, Jemima aged 16, does not believe she is a worthy recipient of the Diana Award; an Award which is given to exceptional young people who embody Princess […]

Inspiring Students to Reach for the Sky

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Students at a North Yorkshire School welcomed ambassadors from the sporting world who certainly inspired them to reach for the Sky. Representing Sky Sports Living For Sport, British tennis player Jade Windley and World Thai-Boxing champion Rachael MacKenzie spent the day with 16 Year 8 and 9 students from Tadcaster Grammar School. The sporting duo […]

Tour de Yorkshire

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To mark the start of the Tour de Yorkshire Women’s and Men’s races , there is a plan to line Tadcaster Bridge with 405 children from the town. Each child will represent a day that the bridge was closed following the devastating floods and will be a symbolic image of unifying the town. There are […]

Students Creating Safer Communities and Making Their Schools Proud

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Two students from Tadcaster Grammar School took part in the North Yorkshire Police Lifestyle Challenge competition. Year 8 students Dean Best and Andrew Worsley, together with Luke Hebbron and Josh Bradley from Sherburn High School and Jordan Parkinson from Selby High School made up the ‘Ice Warriors’ team and decided they wanted to tackle the […]