Events

Which Sixth Form to choose?

Which Sixth Form to choose?

Want to ensure your teenager chooses the right Sixth Form for them? Then follow these straightforward tips for open day success.
Helping your teenager choose the right Sixth Form for them is a big decision. We round up our top tips for open day success.

Sixth Form Open Evening

Sixth Form Open Evening

Thursday 16 November, 6.30-9pm. Parents and students welcome.
An opportunity to meet with the Headteacher, Head of Sixth Form, staff and current students and also view the facilities.

An evening of wine tasting

An evening of wine tasting

Friday 13th October, 7.30pm-10.30pm
Come and sample a diverse range of wines from dry whites, to deep fruity reds, to the odd unusual tipple thrown in to test your tasting skills.
£10 a ticket.

Sixth annual careers fair

Sixth annual careers fair

Wednesday 8 November, 7pm-8.30pm.
All HGS students and parents welcome.
A fantastic opportunity to learn more about a variety of careers and professions which students could consider for the future

Family music concert with Northern Harmony

Family music concert with Northern Harmony

A fantastic opportunity to celebrate music in a family concert with the prestigious US choral group ‘Northern Harmony’.
Tuesday 19th September at 7pm in the Main Hall. Tickets £5 each, all are welcome.

Year 6 open evenings

Year 6 open evenings

Tuesday 3rd & Wednesday 4th October at 6.30pm
Parents and children are warmly invited to view the school and its facilities whilst talking to staff and current students.

Big Picture Day

Big Picture Day

A selection of photographs from Big Picture Day, July 2017, where students were off timetable and had the opportunity to experience various activities.

Big Interview Day

Big Interview Day

Seventy Sixth Form Students participated in the highly prestigious ‘Big Interview Day’ with employees from IBM, 02, Telefónica, Taylors of Harrogate and other senior professionals attending.

Students take part in mock election

Students take part in mock election

Students from Year 7 to Year 10 have been involved in organising a mock election to coincide with the national General Election. Students formed political parties, signed the electoral register and had polling cards to vote.