Chromebooks for Learning Scheme

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We are delighted to announce the launch of a Chromebooks for Learning Scheme at Tadcaster Grammar School, an exciting project destined to take our students’ learning experience to a new level. We are hoping that Parents of students who will be joining the school in Year 7 in September will engage in this forward looking […]

When in Paris…

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German students visit Germany, French students visit France, Spanish students visit Spain and where do English students visit…? Paris. Six of Tadcaster Grammar School’s finest English Language and Literature students ventured out beyond the realms of Newton Kyme to a new land of culture, art, history, literature and snails. Departure was last period on a […]

School Economists Flying High

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Four students from Tadcaster Grammar School have directly beaten over 8300 other school teams, an estimated 35,000 students, to be crowned 2018 Student Investor Champions. ‘Benoit’s Barmy Army,’ consisting of Tadcaster sixth formers, James Tucker, Harry Bean, Alex Robinson and James Bradshaw triumphed in a demanding final against six other teams, where they outperformed the […]

Air Cadets – The New Generation

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The Air Cadets are for students in Year 8 and above who want to experience some amazing adventures. One of the greatest things about becoming a cadet is being part of a team. Friendships will be built that will last a lifetime, new skills will be found that won’t be found anywhere else. If you […]

STAR Multi Academy Trust

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It is with great pleasure and pride that the Board of Trustees of the STAR Multi Academy Trust can announce that it becomes an entity today, Tuesday 1 May 2018, when Monk Fryston CE Primary, Riverside Primary, Saxton CE Primary and Tadcaster Grammar School formally obtain their academy status. The trust will grow rapidly over […]

Proposed Autism Base

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At Tadcaster Grammar School we are trying to seize an opportunity to create a safe learning environment for children who may need a totally bespoke curriculum (or modified provision, if they are able to access the full mainstream curriculum) but also benefit from being with children from the community in their local school. We are […]

Student’s UNIQ achievement

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Year 12 Student Kira Crabtree has been offered a place on the Oxford University UNIQ Summer course. Competition for places is tough with just over 5000 students applying and only 875 places awarded. Kira was told about the opportunity to apply by Mrs Knapton Director of Sixth Form at Tadcaster. Kira saw that her subject […]

WWI Centenary Battlefields Visit

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Tadcaster Grammar School was given a fantastic opportunity for two year 9 students to take part in a WWI centenary tour organised by UCL. After a very close and difficult decision for Mr Sibley, Will Richmond and Molly Richardson were selected to take part in this unique trip to enable them to teach others about […]

Why do your Duke of Edinburgh Award?

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“My DofE has made me realise I can be whoever I want to be.” The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (commonly abbreviated DofE), is a youth awards programme founded in the United Kingdom in 1956 by Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, that has since expanded to 144 nations. The DofE gives students the chance to do […]

Naples the Italian City Full of Unique Charms

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Year 11 Geographers were given the chance to visit Naples during February half term. The trip was over three days during which students visited Sorrento, The Island of Capri and Mount Vesuvius. During the visit students Victoria Clayton and Amy Lewis kept a diary which they have kindly shared. Day One We had the opportunity […]