The school serves the families in Skipton and the surrounding area, including the beautiful area of the Yorkshire Dales. We are a selective boys' grammar school and although the maintenance of high levels of achievement is an important core purpose of the school, we also recognise we play an important role in developing the creative and cultural interests of our students. Further details can be found in our Prospectus.
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 here. If you have concerns over Safeguarding please contact Mrs H Simms (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Results for 2014 indicated:
- 5A*-C in English and Maths at 98%
- 55.8% of results graded A-B at ‘AS’ level
- 69.2% of results graded A*-B at ‘A’ level
See exam results for full details of all exam results for 2014 and the DfE Performance Tables
Admission to Year 8 September 2015
Please be aware we have a number of places available for Admission to Year 8 In September 2015. Boys eligible for for these places will have been born between 1 September 2002 – 31 August 2003.
Admission is by a series of curriculum tests held at the school in April-May.
Boys who were unsuccessful in the admission tests for Year 7 may re-apply.
Please contact Mrs Caroline Lockyer at the school.
Holiday / Speech Day / Open Evening
School is closed for Holiday - Monday 29 June
Tuesday 30 June is Speech Day and Open Evening - only years 7, 9 and 12 are in school and are to register at 1.30
Read our April newsletter
Copies of letters regarding UCAS, Apprenticeships and returning to Year 13
Full details of all activities are available here
Comic Relief Cross Country 2015
A short film by Max Nicoll of the whole school cross country. This year's races were held to help raise money for Comic Relief
Ski Trip Photos
Cross Country Fixtures
The criteria for awarding effort grades
Click here for Frequently Asked Questions