The Governors of Ermysted’s Grammar School are consulting on:
- Increasing the Published Admissions Number (PAN) for entry into Year 7 from September 2018 onwards to 120 students, from the current PAN of 112.
- As part of this consultation, the Governors have additionally taken the opportunity to clarify a few items in the Year 7 and Sixth Form Admissions Policies.
Copies of the draft 2018-19 Admissions Policies are here:-
The consultation period begins on Friday, 9 December 2016 and ends on Friday, 20 January 2017 at 4:00 pm.
Governors welcome responses to this consultation, either by email to email@example.com or in writing to:
Mr A Barrett,
Chair of Governors,
Ermysted’s Grammar School,
All responses to this consultation should be submitted to the Governing Body by the deadline of 4:00 pm on Friday, 20 January 2017.
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Ermysted’s is one of England’s oldest schools, for over 525 years the School has sought to provide a first class education to the boys of Skipton and the surrounding areas, regardless of their background. Much has changed since its foundation in the fifteenth century, but the school has never wavered from its original aims to provide an exciting and challenging environment in which to develop ‘learned and wise men’.
Academic success is important but so is the development of character, resilience and self-confidence. At Ermysted’s we take the development of the whole child very seriously. The school prides itself on its nurturing and inclusive community, and we work hard to create an environment where every boy feels valued and supported to achieve their very best.
Opportunities abound in our extensive programme of extra-curricular activities, with boys actively encouraged to broaden their personal interests, develop new skills and pursue a healthy lifestyle. From the rugby field to the stage, from the concert hall to the debating chamber, our students commit themselves fully to the pursuit of excellence and develop the social and personal skills that will serve them so well in later life.
I feel very privileged to be the Headmaster of such a distinguished and ancient institution and incredibly proud of the students’ achievements and abilities. But don’t take my word for it, come and visit us to meet the staff and pupils and discover for yourself. I’m sure you won’t be disappointed!
Year 10 Work Experience Information Evening
Essential viewing for all Year 10 parents! if you were unable to attend our recent evening event explain the Work Experience process, please take a moment to watch this video of the event..
At Ermysted's Grammar School we are committed to safeguarding and meeting the needs of all our students. The school follows the guidance and protocols outlined by the NYCC safeguarding board. Our Child Protection Policy is available on our policies page here. If you have concerns over Safeguarding please contact Mrs H Simms (email@example.com)
During school holidays all safeguarding issues should be directed to North Yorkshire Children and Families Service, Customer Service Centre, telephone 01609 780780.
Department for Education Performance Tables
The latest DfE school and college performance tables are available below:-
- School and college performance tables for Ermysted's Grammar School.
- School and college performance tables for the local area.
Results for 2015 indicated:-
- A*-C in English and Maths: 96%
- 5 A*-C including English and Maths: 96.4%
- P8: +0.36
- A8: 68.7
- % achieving the English Baccalaureate: 49%
- % in sustained education, employment or training (2013): 98%
- 62.9% of results graded A-B at ‘AS’ level
- 70.4% of results graded A*-B at ‘A’ level
- GCE A-Level VA +0.05
- APS Academic 237.8 PTS
- Average Grade: B
- Retention GCE A-Level 99%
- Destinations (2013) 86%
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