We would like to invite parents/carers of year 7 students and the student themselves to our virtual Welcome Evening. You will hear from key members of staff, see a ‘day in the life’ video and be given information about teaching and learning, the curriculum and Oracy.
On Thursday 12 November we warmly invite you to our Sixth Form virtual open event where you can hear from the Director of Sixth Form, see subject presentations, meet our students and experience our first class facilities with a 3d tour.
HGS PTA are really excited to announce a very different and fun way for you to continue to support the PTA. Setting off from Dracula’s castle on 31 October, they have organised a virtual balloon race, please join in…
Welcome to the Year 6 virtual transition day, in this section you will find a tour of the school as well as messages from key members of staff, form tutors, subject teachers and students. Have fun and we look forward to meeting you in September.
Welcome to the Sixth Form virtual induction day, in this section you will find a tour of the Sixth Form as well as key information and messages from the Sixth Form team, form tutors, subject teachers and students.
British science week is a national celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths. To celebrate this, the Science faculty offered a range of activities for students both within and outside of lessons.
The school’s annual Battle of The Bands saw band, Radnor Fizz, comprising of both Sixth Form and GCSE Music students, emerge as the winners. A brilliant evening with the audience creating an exceptional atmosphere encouraging the 10 bands involved to play their best.
The Harrogate Grammar School hills were recently alive with The Sound of Music! Our latest production saw students from all years in the cast, orchestra and tech team yet again showcasing their incontestable talents, never ceasing to exceed expectations of the audience.
The Student Leadership Team recently visited the Houses of Parliament, Local MP Andrew Jones gave a detailed tour of the House of Lords and the House of Commons, explaining to students the key political processes.